The Crucible

Harrison School for the Arts presents “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Presented in the Harrison Black Box Theatre. Tickets: Adults $13, Ages 18 and under $10.

Sunday in the Park With George

Harrison School for the Arts Musical Theatre. Tickets: Adults $15, Students/Seniors $12.

Hairspray

The Lois Cowles Harrison School for the Visual and Performing Arts presents the musical theatre hit:         Tickets: Adults $15, Students/Seniors $12.

Cello Two Point, Oh!

A performance of Voices of the People Chamber Music Series featuring Cremaine Booker, Mikel Thomas, Mathew Davis, Michael Amos, Evedvaldo Muaa, cello; Jason Bontrager, Keyboard, and Derek Menchan, cello and bass.

FSC Dance: Momentum

In dance and in life, momentum is the key. While this theory exists as an omnipresent tool for dancers, their physicality can be expressed in countless ways through various forces. From classical ballet to contemporary dance, FSC|Dance: Momentum builds in excitement from the moment the curtain rises. This performance features an abbreviated reconstruction of the classical […]

Julius Caesar

By William Shakespeare Adapted and Directed by Paul Bawek In this Florida Southern College “edition,” Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, a classic political tragedy,  is reset in a women’s prison in the present day. This remarkably strapping work about power and honor will continue to explore the story of the amazing conspiracy against an overly ambitious Caesar […]

Jazz Fusion Concert

Featuring the FSC Jazz Ensemble, Paul Butcher, director Dynamic jazz professor Paul Butcher leads this youthful FSC Jazz Ensemble through a potpourri of jazz styles that will delight and entertain. From the classics to the modern era, this group’s repertoire features both big band sounds and small combo excitement, regardless of the era. Tonight, we […]

FSC Opera Theatre presents: “The Gondoliers” by Gilbert and Sullivan

Mark Thomsen, director; FSC Opera Orchestra, Kira Omelchenko, conductor Two newly married, personable gondoliers discover that one of them is the heir to the throne of the kingdom of Barataria. Due to an error of identity in their youth, either one of them could be the heir, so they agree to share the duties of ruling […]

Staatskapelle Weimar Orchestra: An Evening of Brahms

Founded in 1491, the Staatskapelle Weimar is one of the oldest, most illustrious orchestras in the world with its history closely associated with some of the area’s best known musicians, including Johann Hummel, Franz Liszt, Richard Strauss – and many others. In 1756, the orchestra was made the primary musical institution of the German city […]

Rogers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific

Music by Richard Rodgers Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II Book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan Directed by James Beck; Musical direction by Christianne Roll With a Pulitzer Prize and ten Tony awards, this Rogers and Hammerstein classic is considered to be one of the greatest musicals of the twentieth century! Set in an […]

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