This year’s summer musical at the Hippodrome will entertain audiences with a sentimental mix of 1950s and ’60s rock n’ roll as well as popular show and dance tunes — all blended with a good dose of humor.
The award-winning theater company has moved out of its North Main Street storefront and into a historic church building only a block away. Its latest play, the dark comedy Bad Jews, debuts later this week.
The longtime Gainesville resident, best known as a performance artist, puts his writing skills on display this week when the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents the world premiere of his drama centered around a mentally ill patient and his therapist. Continue reading