Tag: theater

Upstairs Downstairs at the Tampa Bay Hotel

Upstairs Downstairs at the Tampa Bay Hotel

Step back in time and enjoy the single-character performances that bring turn-of–the-century Tampa Bay Hotel staff members and guests to life. Each character is based wholly or in part on actual hotel staff and guests.  Based on original research conducted by the Henry Plant Museum, these characters recreate the attitudes and mores of a bygone time, […]

Echoes of Her

Echoes of Her

ECHOES OF HER is an evening-length performance piece integrating speech and dance about what we inherit from the feminine graces that came before us. Based on personal, true stories, the performance explores how these forces have guided or misguided us in the past, and how they will influence our way forward. Produced by Moving Current […]

Wednesday’s Child

Wednesday’s Child

Wednesday’s Child tells the story of Britt, a white working class Midwesterner. She begins a career on the bottom rung of an industry remade by Latinos, whose population growth is fueling that of America, and is coming to understand what it means to be outnumbered. She and her family struggle to navigate a new and […]

Mrs. Bliss’s Titanic Adventure at the Tampa Fringe

Mrs. Bliss’s Titanic Adventure at the Tampa Fringe

A lonely actor is working in a Titanic Exhibition when an intriguing stranger and an overactive imagination pull her on an unreal adventure. Can she avert disaster? And what can possibly go wrong?   Bridget Bean’s one-woman mystery/adventure is loosely based on her life – her personal immigrant experience to the USA from England, her […]

American Son

By Christopher Demos-Brown Opening March 12th 2021, Closes March 28th Kendra is living every black mother’s worst nightmare: her son is missing, it’s four o’clock in the morning and she’s at the police station trying to find out what happened. The officer working the nightshift is useless, her ex-husband isn’t picking up his phone and […]