Summer Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing By William Shakespeare Directed by Carolyne Salt HELD OVER! Jun 30-Jul 23, 2017 If you caught last year’s Twelfth Night and thought things couldn’t get more ridiculous, you couldn’t be more wrong! Mistaken identities, naughty bits and a masquerade ball– along with more serious meditations on honor, shame and … Read more2017 | 06 Much Ado About Nothing – Summer Shakespeare
May 12-28, 2017 UMMU By Tom Miller Directed by Michael Presley Bobbitt A brilliant artist lost in a world of his own imagination. A brilliant psychologist trapped by his unusual cure. A beautiful woman who may be an angel or an alien, or who may not even exist. This world premiere of a Gainesville play that … Read more2017 | 05 UMMU
Between Godot, Tommy and columbinus auditions, we’ve been so busy that we neglected to acknowledge here all the great press Godot received (we did mention it on our facebook page– are we friends yet?) Reviews: “Don’t wait much longer to meet Godot, it’ll end soon. But from all indications, this is going to be a year of … Read moreWaiting for Godot in the News!
Two men, loitering by a withered tree, wait… perhaps they wait there still. The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is pleased to announce its production of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, directed by Jessica Arnold. It opens Friday, January 20, at 8:00 PM and runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM … Read more2017 | 01 Waiting for Godot
Join us in welcoming the amazing Pierce Pettis to the ART’s stage Sunday, December 4 for a special holiday show! This alt-folk phenom’s soulful music ranges from folk to blues to bluegrass to pop to what can only be called “Original Americana at its Best,” and is perfectly suited to the Acrosstown’s intimate space. Pierce … Read moreArt a la Carte: Pierce Pettis in Concert
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is proud to announce a staged reading of its original production, BANNED?!— a strange, silly & unexpectedly educational look at children’s books banned for the most ridiculous of reasons… in celebration of Banned Books Week. Join us one performance only– Saturday, October 1— at 3 PM. Suggested donation is $10— (“suggested” because reading and speech should … Read more2016|10 BANNED?! A Wacky Look at Banned Children’s Books
Our friends at the Gainesville Sun had a lot to say about These Shining Lives in today’s Scene Magazine! http://www.gainesville.com/entertainment/20160915/these-shining-lives-illuminates-workers-plights-in-20s Check it out, and then grab your tickets– we open tomorrow! Can’t wait? Stop by the theater for a $5 preview performance tonight!