This Week at Florida Studio Theatre July 28, 2014

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This Week at Florida Studio Theatre                                                       July 28, 2014
In This Issue
Becoming Dr. Ruth
Clearly Invisible
Taking Shakespeare
FST Improv
Inside FST
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Becoming Dr. Ruth
FINAL WEEK
Susan Greenhill. Photo by Cliff Roles.

“Touching with sprinklings of humor”  

– The Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“Warm-hearted, humanist play”

– The Observer

Becoming Dr. Ruth by Mark St. Germain is playing one final week in the Keating Theatre. The show that The Sarasota Herald-Tribune says “Captures the energy, spirit and joy in life” will run through August 3.

Dr. Ruth Westheimer revisits her fascinating life after the death of her third husband. From her time as a young child in a Swiss orphanage to her time working as a celebrity sex therapist, Dr. Ruth approaches the chapters of her life with a charming sense of humor. A moving, funny portrayal of one woman’s determination to survive, thrive and keep learning.

 

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or call the Box Office at (941) 366-9000. 

Clearly Invisible
FINAL WEEK
Carl Seiger. Photo by FST.

“Stirs enjoyment” 

– Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“Illusions, magic tricks, humor, and storytelling” 

– TotalTheater.com

Clearly Invisible… Magic Up Close with Carl Seiger is playing for one final week in the John C. Court Cabaret. Come see what The Observer calls a “Slick performance” now through August 3.

The show combines illusion, jazz, and storytelling. While reminiscing about his life as a magician, Seiger invites audiences to find out what’s up his sleeves as he performs sleight of hand up close. There is magic, and then there is Magic. Interactive in every sense of the word, Clearly Invisible combines illusion, music, and humor to stretch the boundaries of conventional theatre.

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Call the box office at (941) 366-9000.

Taking Shakespeare
U.S. Premiere
Graciany Miranda and Kate Alexander. Photo by Brian Braun.

“Engaging”

– Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“Hold unflagging attention throughout” 

– TotalTheater.com

“Excellent physical acting” 

– The Observer

The U.S. Premiere of Taking Shakespeare by John Murrell opened this past week in the Gompertz Theatre and runs through August 17.

Who appreciates Shakespeare anymore? Murph sure doesn’t, and seeks out an older Shakespeare scholar, to bring the Bard’s words to life. This enchanting, eccentric journey creates a beautiful dichotomy between Shakespeare’s verse and today’s language. Is it possible for this avid video-game lover to love Shakespeare?

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Call the box office at (941) 366-9000.

FST Improv
Get Your Laugh On
Rebecca Hopkins, Darryl Knapp, Emily Levin, Patrick A. Jackson, Angel Parker, Christine Alexander, Steve Turrisi, Adam Ratner. Photo by Cliff Roles.

There are only 4 weeks left to see FST Improv in their Out of Bounds Summer Match Up. Out of Bounds Summer Match Up runs EVERY Saturday at 7:30 pm now through August 23.

Full menu & bar are available! For pre-show dining & beverages,

please arrive at 6:30 pm to ensure service.

Two teams take the stage in Bowne’s Lab to duke it out for the most laughs. Taking audience suggestions, the FST Improv actors will twist and turn them into something hilarious. Who will win the duel of fools? You get to decide as they battle it out.

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or call the Box Office at (941) 366-9000.

Inside FST
Summer Camp
2013 FST Summer Campers. Photo by FST.

As part of the FST Summer Camp program, the Children’s Performing Arts Camp Session II, ages 7 – 12,

performed in their recital last Friday for family, friends, and other guests. Campers performed a variety of skits, dances, and singing numbers over a 3 week period.  

 

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