E. Stanley Richardson stars as the renowned jazz trumpeter in a one-man drama opening this week at Actors’ Warehouse.
The new exhibit tells the story of Norman Studios, which began in Jacksonville a century ago and specialized in making films featuring all-black casts.
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre demolishes the fourth wall with a whodunit that makes everyone in the room a prime suspect for murder.
There’s an opening reception for the colorful exhibit of large paintings at the Historic Thomas Center’s Doris Bardon Gallery during Friday night’s monthly Artwalk.
The Hippodrome Theatre presents a high-octane production about four iconic musicians and one history-making jam session for the ages.
Actors’ Warehouse presents a play from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz that shows just how complicated relationships can get.
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents Jennifer Haley’s disturbing but engrossing play about a virtual-reality world where every line is blurred.
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.
The dark comedy from Gainesville playwright Jane Edwards about a woman exposed to more than the elements makes its stage debut at Actors’ Warehouse.
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.