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Hippodrome Takes Novel Approach; ‘Sex with Strangers’ Heats Up Stage

The play follows two writers who can’t keep their hands off each other but whose desires also include being accepted into the literary world.

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New AW Play ‘Under A Liar’s Moon’ Might Leave Audiences Howling

The dark comedy from Gainesville playwright Jane Edwards about a woman exposed to more than the elements makes its stage debut at Actors’ Warehouse.

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Posted in Events The Arts

A Half-Century Has Passed Since Spring Art Festival’s Humble Start

The Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival celebrates its 50th year with a commemorative book featuring all the show’s posters from over the years.

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Hippodrome’s 2019-20 Season Will Get Off to ‘Curious’ Start in the Fall

“Breaking Boundaries” is the theme for the upcoming season, which includes eight productions that cover a wide spectrum of genres and topics.

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Month-Long Shows to Debut During Artwalk at GFAA and Hipp Galleries

The “Fins, Feathers and Fur” exhibit puts focus on wildlife and other critters during GFAA show, while Hipp presents solo photography show by Marina Sachs.

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Posted in Events Music

Downtown Concert to Celebrate Gainesville’s Many Music Legends

The Bayjacks, led by Gainesville native Tom Leadon, headline the April 13 concert at Bo Diddley Plaza that will honor nine local Hall of Famers.

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Santa Fe College Unveils Poster for 50th Spring Arts Festival in April

Gainesville-based digital artist Michelle Nagri creates a fantastical garden scene as poster artist for this year’s Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival.

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Matheson Exhibit Makes Case for Gainesville’s Modern Landmarks

A new exhibit at the Matheson History Museum looks at a 30-year period of architecture that helped shape Gainesville into the city it has become.

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Unbridled Passion Reaches Epic Heights in ART’s ‘Bloody Poetry’

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre’s latest play delves into the personal lives of romantic poets Percy Shelley and Lord Byron.

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Both Riveting and Relevant, ‘Pipeline’ Takes Over Actors’ Warehouse Stage

The downtown theater presents another powerful play that addresses issues of class and race in the American education system.

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