DeSantis Declares War On Arts & Culture

Gov. Ron DeSantis stripped $32M in statewide arts & culture funding from the budget over his hatred of popular Fringe Festivals in Tampa & Orlando that he accused of being "sexual."

Hell On Earth

The Forum gives an update on aid to Gaza amid Israeli airstrikes. Palestinians sheltering in U.N.-run schools and tent camps are running low on food and drinking dirty water. A power blackout has crippled water...

Thespians Rejoice: Tampa Bay Theatre Fest is back for its fourth year

When the Tampa-based non-profit RL Stage Inc. launched the Tampa Bay Theatre Festival back in 2014, their goal for attendees wasn’t that much unlike the experiences we have when we go to the theatre: an...

Women’s Show 3/30 – Through Women’s Eyes Film Festival

The unanswered questions continue…… The connections get more numerous and still the House Intelligence Committee stalls.  But the ACA and PP have survived for another day, and as the Australians would say, “Good on the...

Lauren Gunderson’s play Silent Sky comes to Tampa!

From May 5th-22nd Lauren Gunderson’s play Silent Sky  will be shown at Tampa’s The Smith Black Box Theatre. The play tells the story of Henrietta Swan Leavitt(1868-1921), an American astronomer who worked at the Harvard...
George Takei

George Takei urges USF students to pursue social justice activism

Star Trek actor and social media star George Takei is telling USF students to pursue social justice activism; in an hour-plus speech at the Sun Dome on the Tampa campus of the University of South...

Musical based on the life of Woody Guthrie to premiere at Asolo Theatre in Sarasota

Musical based on the life of Woody Guthrie to premiere at Asolo Theatre in Sarasota

freeFall Theatre’s Harvey & Kirk Ke Wang on Why Art?

Discussion with the cast & director of Harvey, and discussion of art's purpose with Kirk Ke Wang.

August Wilson and William Shakespeare in the House

Two Approaches to Two Masters: August Wilson's Radio Golf at American Stage, and Much Ado's Full on Cabaret Shakespeare.

West Side Story by St. Pete Opera

Spoke with Mark Sforzini, conductor & artistic director, about the performance

Southern Gothic Comedy

Interview with artists from Stagework's The Sugar Bean Sisters

Signs of Life – a musical about the Holocaust (?!)

Discussed the impact of art and survival in the Holocaust

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