The play from Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, opening this week at the Actors’ Warehouse, offers a glimpse into the life of the playwright’s great-grandmother at the turn of the 20th century. Continue reading
The Thomas Center Galleries opens a fascinating exhibit during this month’s Artwalk that examines the paintings, prints and life of Louise Leak, whose finest work was found in a California garage almost 40 years after her tragic death. Continue reading
The drama, written by Marco Ramirez, opens Friday on the Hippodrome’s mainstage. The play’s unique rapid-fire structure will, much like the boxers onstage, keep audiences on their toes. Continue reading
Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential play, which opens this week at the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre, is a powerful tale about three people whose worst nightmares come true: They must put up with each other for eternity. Continue reading
During the next two weekends, the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents the fifth annual Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase. The event begins Thursday night with three one-act plays. Continue reading
On this Thanksgiving Day, there’s so much to be thankful for, including a young girl whose spirit lives on in the form of a song she helped write through Shands’ Arts in Medicine program. Continue reading
The Hippodrome Theatre’s musical production, which opens this week, is a warm-and-fuzzy children’s story about friendship that carries a strong message for adults: Let’s all just get along! Continue reading
When the Hippodrome Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol opens this week, it will mark the 40th consecutive season the theater has presented the Charles Dickens tale about Ebenezer Scrooge and the power of redemption. An informal reunion of cast and crew is set for Saturday.