Summer Musical Theatre Camp, also known as Curtis Camp, returns in summer 2019 with three fully staged musicals. Rehearsals take place at Ancient City Baptist Church, with performances in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College. See details below and register in advance at summermusicaltheatrecamp.com
Looking for a sweet, feel-good and hilarious entertainment option? Reserve seats for Limelight Theatre’s Calendar Girls, on stage each weekend through June 9. We applaud the cast and crew, especially the brave women who pose as the Calendar Girls! Show times are 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday; with a 2 p.m. matinee each Sunday. Choose your seats at limelight-theatre.org or call the box office at 904-825-1164.
I, HOPE is the Avant Garde Show by Chrissy Das.The St. Augustine creative community continues to grow and change with increasing talent from Art Transcends Boundaries (ATB), an inclusive arts program from The Arc of the St. Johns, designed to develop the creative talents and skills of the special needs community.
13 The Musical is onstage May 10-12 in the Black Box Theatre as the culmination of a Limelight Theatre Education camp.
Follow the yellow brick road to St. Augustine Ballet’s production of the Wizard of Oz this Mother’s Day weekend. Show times are 7 p.m. Saturday, May 11; and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 12 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine.
The Saint Augustine Ballet will stage The Wizard of Oz on May 11-12 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College.
A classic story of a father’s mixed feelings about the wedding of his daughter and her new husband-to-be Father Of The Bride, based on…
OF MICE & MEN by John Steinbeck is staged by St. Johns County Center of the Arts Theater Department. Show dates are April 4-6 at St. Augustine High School.
First Coast Opera will hold a FREE Family Opera Festival from March 30-April 7, staging three family-friendly shows in multiple venues throughout St. Augustine.
Audiences may never find out the name of the book Dot, Meg and Carol were supposed to read, but for Karen Schaeffer’s Girls’ Weekend…