Theatre

  1. Forever Plaid

    Forever Plaid has it all — irresistible music, incredible choreography, humor and fun and sells out theatres whereever it goes. Audiences come back again and again to bask in the sweet harmonies of the toe-tapping music. Fantastically funny and timelessly tuneful, the close harmonies and…

  2. Rehearsal for Murder

    Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. The playwright turns on the stage lights and prepares for the first reading of his new play. As the cast and crew assemble, an undercurrent of suspense is evident. Everyone connected with this show…

  3. Much Ado about Nothing

    Note: This event is for opening weekend only, because facebook does not allow events to span three weeks. A separate event exists for the remainder of the run 🙂 Summer Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing By William Shakespeare Directed by Carolyne Salt Jun 30-Jul 16,…

  4. Applied Theatre for Health Summer Intensive

    July 10-14 and July 17-21 University of Florida Program Fees: $1,085 – $1,385; arts.ufl.edu/ATSI More: www.arts.ufl.edu   The Center for Arts in Medicine invites students to the Applied Theatre for Health Summer Intensive from July 10-21, 2017 at the University of Florida. The Applied Theater for…

  5. Applied Theatre for Health Summer Intensive

    July 10-14 and July 17-21 University of Florida Program Fees: $1,085 – $1,385; arts.ufl.edu/ATSI More: www.arts.ufl.edu   The Center for Arts in Medicine invites students to the Applied Theatre for Health Summer Intensive from July 10-21, 2017 at the University of Florida. The Applied Theater for…

  6. Gainesville Playreaders at the Actors’ Warehouse

    Come see what all the buzz is about. If you act in, direct, study, write, design, work in or just attend the theatre, professionally or as a volunteer, then this free community gathering is for you. All we need is your time, energy and an…

  7. A Tea with Zora and Marjorie

    The Matheson History Museum, Friends of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Farm, and UF’s George A. Smathers Libraries are thrilled to bring A Classic Theatre (ACT) of St. Augustine’s production of “A Tea with Zora and Marjorie” by Dr. Barbara Speisman to the Matheson History Museum on…

  8. GUTFest

    GUTFest is a multi-disciplinary performance art festival hitting multiple venues in downtown Gainesville. Our mission is to showcase original, intimate performances, generate meaningful dialogues and inspire artists of all stripes to RISK IT ALL! To submit your art or to join our team, visit http://GUTFestGNV.wixsite.com/2017