Bruce Warren in Monty Python’s Spamalot. Photo by Maria Lyle
Monty Python’s Spamalot is in it’s final week! Lovingly ripped off from the classic film Monty Python and The Holy Grail, this outrageous Tony Award-Winning musical tells the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. While embarking on their quest for the Holy Grail, the Knights encounter flying cows, killer rabbits, and taunting Frenchmen while performing heart-stopping musical numbers.
Erin McGrath, Liz Power, Susan Haefner and Jannie Jones in
The Prima Donnettes. Photo by Maria Lyle.
The Prima Donnettes are now playing through February 14, 2014. Beginning in the 50s, female singing groups such as The Shirelles, The Vandellas, and The Dixie Cups began to break onto the popular airwaves. By the 60s and 70s female solo artists such as Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield and Diana Ross had brought women to the forefront of the American stage. From the era of hula hoops and drive-ins to the fight for equal rights these women provided the soundtrack for the hopes and dreams of women everywhere. Featuring songs such as: “Mama Said,” “One Fine Day” and “Natural Woman.”
Florida Studio Theatre School has something for everyone!
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student, FST provides the opportunity to let out your inner artist and explore your creativity in a fun and trusting environment.
SESSION III: January 27 – March 30
Introduction to Improv
Discover the freedom of spontaneity! Introduction to Improvisation is the launching ground for developing one’s skills as an Improv performer. Students are given the opportunity to explore creativity, hone presentation skills and build self-confidence.
Dancing to keep fit, a fun way to achieve your fitness goals. It’s an excellent way to achieve all-around fitness because it strengthens, tones, improves posture and flexibility. Join instructor Natalia Mock, as she teaches you routines to popular Broadway show tunes. Attend once or twice a week, and before you know it you’ll be able to “Climb Every Mountain.”
The Florida Studio Theatre School is dedicated to nurturing the individual creativity of youth.
We see children not just as individuals, but as creative individuals. From the beginning student to the serious performer, the FST School is a program designed to advance the young actor in classes of acting, music, dance and improvisation.
SESSION III: January 27 – March 30
Theatre Combo (Acting, Dance & Improvisation)
Ages 7-12: Learn the building blocks of a professional acting technique through movement and dance while enhancing ensemble building skills. Improvisational games teach the students to use their imaginations and become comfortable in front of an audience.
Ages 13 – 17:Learn the building blocks of a solid acting technique, utilizing mind, voice and body to communicate emotion. Become comfortable in front of an audience and enhance imagination through improvisation.
The Unity Awards, presented by Biz(941) and La Guia magazines, honor the individuals, businesses and nonprofits in our region who value inclusion in all its forms-racial and ethnic, sexual orientation and disabled-and are making our workplaces and communities more accepting and productive. The award categories are: Alumni, Arts, Education, Entrepreneur, Large Company, Legal, Medical and Nonprofit.
Please help us in congratulating our very own Associate Director Kate Alexander as a 2014 Unity Award recipient.
For more information on the 2014 Unity Awards, please visit www.unityawards2014.eventbrite.com.