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09/29/2021
Leah LoSchiavo and Emily Belvo Photo

Leah LoSchiavo and Emily Belvo

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09/29/2021
Leah LoSchiavo and Emily Belvo Photo

Leah LoSchiavo and Emily Belvo

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09/29/2021
Katrina Stevenson (Julia), Christopher Marshall (George), and Emily Belvo (Hedda) Photo

Katrina Stevenson (Julia), Christopher Marshall (George), and Emily Belvo (Hedda)

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BWW Review: Some of the Most Memorable Moments & Local Performances of the Year Photo BWW Review: Some of the Most Memorable Moments & Local Performances of the Year
by Peter Nason - Dec 30, 2021

These are the things that helped get us through a tough year.

Last Chance To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; LIGHTS, STAGE, SING CABARET L Photo Last Chance To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; LIGHTS, STAGE, SING CABARET Leads Best Musical!
by BWW Staff - Dec 27, 2021

This is the last chance to vote for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

Final Weeks To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; Broadway Everyday Star Theate Photo Final Weeks To Vote For The BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; Broadway Everyday Star Theater's LIGHTS, STAGE, SING CABARET Lead Best Musical!
by BWW Staff - Dec 20, 2021

Time is running out to vote for for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards! The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

BWW Review: DR. RIDE'S AMERICAN BEACH HOUSE is an Out of This World, Feel-Good, Eupho Photo BWW Review: DR. RIDE'S AMERICAN BEACH HOUSE is an Out of This World, Feel-Good, Euphoric Knockout at Jobsite Theater
by Drew Eberhard - Oct 2, 2021

In 1983, Sally Ride, or as proclaimed in the play, “She should be called Dr. Ride,” an Astrophysicist became the first and youngest American woman in Space aboard the Orbiter Challenger. Liza Birkenmeier’s play is not about Sally Ride, even though her name is mentioned throughout the 85 minutes. However, under the veil of the ’80s in St. Louis, Missouri we meet four women living out their lives and by a matter of opinion telling stories that boldly go where none of them have gone before so to speak. At its heart, Birkenmeier’s script is compelling, enlightening, and stunning from top to bottom, a true marvel of live theatre. In her script, we get to meet characters that are not as often displayed on-stage, and that is what makes this show so endearing. Being that this show is set in the 80’s smartphones, and other things like social media, don’t exist yet; which renders the compelling humanity shown throughout the script. It’s a breath of fresh air as we learn of these women, and how they may or may not enjoy their current way of life, and yet so different in a matter of opinions and lifestyle they are all one and the same.

Photos: DR. RIDE'S AMERICAN BEACH HOUSE at Jobsite Theater Photo Photos: DR. RIDE'S AMERICAN BEACH HOUSE at Jobsite Theater
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 29, 2021

Jobsite Theater presents DR. RIDE’S AMERICAN BEACH HOUSE, Oct. 1 – 10, 2021.

BWW Previews: THINKTANK DEBUTS TYA PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL AND GEN NEXT FESTIVAL at Stag Photo BWW Previews: THINKTANK DEBUTS TYA PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL AND GEN NEXT FESTIVAL at Stageworks Theatre
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Jul 5, 2021

THINKTANK DEBUTS TYA PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL AND GEN NEXT FESTIVAL at Stageworks Theatre

BWW Review: DOUBT: A PARABLE, A LONG AWAITED QUESTION OF MORALITY RELEVANT NOW MORE T Photo BWW Review: DOUBT: A PARABLE, A LONG AWAITED QUESTION OF MORALITY RELEVANT NOW MORE THAN EVER at JOBSITE THEATER AT THE STRAZ CENTER
by Drew Eberhard - Jan 25, 2021

Webster defines DOUBT as; “to call into question the truth of: to be uncertain of or in doubt about.” Webster further applies the following definitions for DOUBT as, “ a lack of confidence, an inclination not to believe or accept, as uncertainty of belief or opinion that often interferes with decision making, and finally a deliberate suspension of judgement.”

BWW Review: Jobsite Theater's Production of John Patrick Shanley's DOUBT: A PARABLE a Photo BWW Review: Jobsite Theater's Production of John Patrick Shanley's DOUBT: A PARABLE at the Jaeb Is Worth the Wait
by Peter Nason - Jan 16, 2021

It's the fastest 85-minutes that you'll experience in the theater.

BWW Review: Giles Davies Brings Local Theater Back to Life in Jobsite's FRANKENSTEIN: Photo BWW Review: Giles Davies Brings Local Theater Back to Life in Jobsite's FRANKENSTEIN: THE MODERN PROMETHEUS at the Jaeb
by Peter Nason - Oct 31, 2020

I needed this; we needed this; and if you are reading this, I know that you need this right now too.

BWW Previews: ON JUNETEENTH, FREE READING OF POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS, & PRAIRIE FRING Photo BWW Previews: ON JUNETEENTH, FREE READING OF POLAR BEARS, BLACK BOYS, & PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHIDS BY Stageworks Theatre, Jobsite Theater, And Rory Lawrence Productions
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Jun 17, 2020

Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. In response to the civil uprising, a reaction to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others before them, Jobsite Theater and Stageworks Theatre have teamed up with Rory Lawrence Productions. They will join a national presentation of the Juneteenth Justice Theatre Project, a nationwide movement by American theater companies striving to 'change the world, one play at a time.'