News About Relativity at Florida Studio Theatre
Florida Studio Theatre Announces National New Play Development Initiative
May 12, 2020
Florida Studio Theatre (FST) has announced the launch of The Playwrights Project, an artistic initiative employing 32 of the country's top playwrights, sketch comedy writers, and musical theatre developers. With funding from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), FST has hired these artists as full-time staff writers. (more...)
Florida Studio Theatre Has Appointed Josh Ford New Director of Education
February 10, 2020
Florida Studio Theatre (FST) has announced the appointment of its new Director of Education, Josh Ford. In this role, Ford will oversee, coordinate, and continue to grow FST's education programs for youth and adults. He will also provide leadership as FST launches and develops a new sketch comedy program. (more...)
FST Awards $40,000 In New Play Commissions
June 24, 2019
Florida Studio Theatre (FST) announces that the theatre has commissioned four accomplished playwrights, each for $10,000, to write brand new plays that share women's voices and address voting rights of the past, present, and future. These commissions are the first installments of FST's The Suffragist Project, a community-wide artistic celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. (more...)
FST Presents World Premiere Production Of WEDNESDAY'S CHILD
March 12, 2019
Florida Studio Theatre proudly presents the WORLD PREMIERE production of Mark St. Germain's Wednesday's Child, a dramatic new play that explores motherhood, passion, and the thin line between right and wrong. Wednesday's Child runs from April 3 to May 24 in FST's Gompertz Theatre. Single tickets range from $29-39 and can be purchased online at floridastudiotheatre.org or by phone at (941) 366-9000. (more...)
Mark St. Germain; dir: Jason Cannon.
In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a baby daughter. After 1904, she was never heard from again. Years later in Princeton, when a young reporter confronts Einstein, he must face his greatest challenge: his past. RELATIVITY explores the bonds of family and the cost of genius. Do you need to be a good man to be a great man?