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DOWN AT THE CROSSROADS Wednesday, May 6
Looking for something a little more raucous and downhome than your average theatrical experience? Using narration and live musical performances, the musical revue Ghost of the Blues recreates an old …
ART LEGEND Wednesday, April 8
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville and Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville present a lecture and book-signing with internationally acclaimed environmental artist Christo. Starting in …
Local visual artist unveils his latest assemblages and sculptures
PLAY Wednesday, April 15
Whether as a poet, playwright, performer or radio host, Al Letson continues to create work that is both engaging and thought-provoking. The 5 & Dime presents Letson’s latest play, John …
ART Wednesday, March 4
Flagler College’s art students certainly bust their asses in honing their blossoming creative disciplines, but credit must certainly go to the school’s notable faculty toiling there. The …
The theatrical pair join forces in the comedy "Butterflies Are Free"
ART Wednesday, April 29
The collage art of Eric Gillyard finds a home in the visually charged lineage of surrealist Max Ernst’s 1934 phantasmagoric graphic novel Une Semaine de Bonté and Winston Smith’s …
DASoTA PLAY Wednesday, March 18
The 1997 musical Violet, about a young disfigured woman who rides a bus across the country to be healed by a televangelist, is staged by students from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. The DA …
BETWEEN THE SHEETS Wednesday, March 25
German artist Angela Glajcar creates dazzling installations constructed solely out of gigantic, hand-torn sheets of white paper. Glajcar sculpts these monumental, accordion-like pieces with a keen …
PLAY D’OH! Wednesday, May 6
What if George Orwell had envisioned a world in which Duff beer and doughnuts were hallmarks of a healthful diet? Oh, the mind reels. In Anne Washburn’s imaginative dark comedy Mr. Burns, A …