Literature

  1. One City, One Story: 1984

    This fall, the Hippodrome is partnering with UF School of Theatre + Dance on a stage production of George Orwell’s “1984.” As a part of this theatrical adaptation, we are spearheading a community-wide read and conversation initiative called “One City, One Story,” which begs the…

  2. Gainesville Playreaders at Eastside High School

    While the students are away, we are going to use their classroom. This month the EHS Drama program and their sponsor Tammy Meyers will host us. If you act in, direct, study, write, design, work in or just attend the theatre, professionally or as a…

  3. Women Politicking Politely: Advancing Feminism in the 1960s and 1970s

    The Matheson History Museum is thrilled to welcome back Kimberly Wilmot Voss to discuss her latest book “Women Politicking Politely: Advancing Feminism in the 1960s and 1970s.” “Women Politicking Politely” covers the relatively unknown stories of six women who helped lay the foundation for advancing…

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  4. Everything You Need-Staged reading of a new play

    A staged reading of a new play by local playwright Sarah Bewley. A collaboration between the Harn Museum of Art and Y-Not Theatre.

  5. Open Mic Night @ Coffee Culture Sundays

    Sign up at 6:30 PM, starts at 7 PM.  Poetry, Music, Comedy!  Microphone, guitar and PA supplied! Every Sunday Evening!

  6. Quest for Blackbeard

    Quest for Blackbeard with Baylus Brooks Tuesday, September 19 6pm – FREE Join the Matheson History Museum on “Talk Like a Pirate Day” to hear about the fascinating life of Edward Thache, better known as Blackbeard. Maritime historian Baylus Brooks will discuss his book, “Quest…