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!
Ron Cunningham of the Gainesville Sun reviewed our production of Twelfth Night, and had lots of good things to say about it! “…Lola Bond does Olivia with all the sexual naivety of an heiress possessed of way more cents than sense. Others worthy of note include Carly Labrada’s pneumatic (in the gravity-defying black leather corset sense) … Read more
We made it through with “innuendo intact,” but… but… but what about the weiners?! “The Underpants is a quirky, slightly subversive tale of temptation, flirtation and marital redemption. Plus it’s funny in a bloomers-on-parade sort of way.” Read the Scene’s entire review here (link opens in a new tab). And once you have, click here and … Read more
Don’t miss the show that the Gainesville Scene calls “well-acted, absorbing” —The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm, through May 8! Link to today’s article in the Gainesville Sun (link will open in a new window). Click here for more information, and to purchase your tickets today!
In today’s Gainesville Sun, Ron Cunningham calls our world-premiere production of Hometown Knights “sufficiently witty to be chuckle worthy if not guffaw inducing.” But don’t take his word for it– the show continues two more weekends, and you can purchase online tickets right here! Read the entire review here!
The world premiere of Chuck Lipsig’s Hometown Knights is already getting people talking– and we don’t even open until tomorrow! See what Gainesville Downtown has to say about it here… And pick up a hard copy of today’s Gainesville Sun for a preview in Scene Magazine! Edit: Here’s the preview article in Gainesville Sun’s Scene … Read more
“The ART’s close quarters are well suited to de Chanson‘s confined universe. And director Jessica Arnold has selected a stellar cast for this intimate drama. “Dean Carvalho is masterful as de Chanson” “Jorge DeJesus artfully plays the foil to de Chanson’s bluster” “Mandalyn Fugate imbues Duchess Helene with a delicious tinge of evil” Read the … Read more