Saint Augustine Ballet presents the Wizard of Oz during two performances on Saturday, May 22, 2021 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine. Show times are 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available at saintaugustineballet.com, with social distanced seating.
Cirque Italia has pulled out all the stops this year to take you on a magical dream adventure. On stage Feb. 4-7 in a huge blue and white tent at the St. Augustine Outlets.
First Coast Opera, northeast Florida’s professional opera company, will present Mozart v. Salieri on February 12 & 13 in the St. Jude Preservation Hall at St. Anastasia Catholic Church. This co-production with artists from The Alabama School of the Arts features performances of The Impresario by W.A. Mozart, and Prima la musica, poi le parole, by Antonio Salieri, both performed with English translations.
Stand-up Comedians at Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club Jan. 1-2 and other January dates: Opening in January 2021 after having been closed since early March,…
Celebrate the holidays with hilarity and Apex Theatre Studio this December! On Friday, December 18 through Sunday, December 20, Apex Theatre Studio will present…
A Classic Theatre, in collaboration with the St. Augustine Art Association, is thrilled to be offering live theatre again, after a long hiatus.
The Independents is an original play by playwright Christopher Ward, and had an off-Broadway run before Covid shut theaters down.
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is thrilled to announce that live music will resume in January 2021. The St. Augustine Amphitheatre reopens with blues & swampy Southern rock group JJ Grey & Mofro for two nights on Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16, 2021.
Everyone’s tweeting about her and sharing her photo on facebook! Former St. Augustine resident Saneh Ste. Claire will be on featured on the 25th season of ABC’s The Bachelor, set to air in January 2021.
The St. Johns County Center for the Arts Musical Theatre program is proud to be performing the heartfelt musical, “Bright Star,” written and composed by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. It is set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in 1945 with flashbacks to 1923.
n this nautical satire, the Captain’s daughter has captured the attentions of two men: a lowly sailor Ralph Rackstraw and the pompous Sir Joseph Porter. Only the mysterious Little Buttercup can unravel the ensuing mess of class rivalries and mistaken identities. Infectious tunes and clever wit make this G&S comedy at its best!