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Haley Janeda, Katrina Stevenson, and Adam Workman Photo

Haley Janeda, Katrina Stevenson, and Adam Workman

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12/16/2019
 Christopher Marshall (George), Katrina Stevenson (Julia), Emily Belvo (Hedda), Katie Photo

Christopher Marshall (George), Katrina Stevenson (Julia), Emily Belvo (Hedda), Katie Miesner (Thea), Joseph Michael-Kenneth (Eli), and Jon VanMiddlesworth (Toby)

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04/19/2019
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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04/19/2019
Top to bottom: Katrina Stevenson (Ariel), Roxanne Fay (Prospero), Emily Belvo (Mirand Photo

Top to bottom: Katrina Stevenson (Ariel), Roxanne Fay (Prospero), Emily Belvo (Miranda), and Giles Davies (Caliban). Jobsite Theater's production of The Tempest, playing the Straz Center in downtown Tampa Jan. 17 - Feb 11, 2018. Photos by Pritchard Photog

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12/18/2017
Katrina Stevenson as Ariel. Jobsite Theater's production of The Tempest, playing the  Photo

Katrina Stevenson as Ariel. Jobsite Theater's production of The Tempest, playing the Straz Center in downtown Tampa Jan. 17 - Feb 11, 2018. Photos by Pritchard Photography. More: JobsiteTheater.org/Tempest.

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Katrina Stevenson News

BWW Review: “THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI” Stakes Claim to His Name at Jobsit Photo BWW Review: “THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI” Stakes Claim to His Name at Jobsite Theater
by Drew Eberhard - May 22, 2022

The show opens with a Ghost Light center stage. As most shows of a Brechtian nature go, characters of nondescript fashion layout the evening events in the manner of Prologue. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, or as it is subtitled “The Parable Play,” tells the story of the rise of Arturo Ui a fictional Chicago Mobster as he ruthlessly tries to control the Chicago vegetable market despite opposition. A political satire based on Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Nazi Germany prior to the events of World War II.

BWW Review: Ken Ludwig's MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS at Stageworks Theatre Photo BWW Review: Ken Ludwig's MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS at Stageworks Theatre
by Drew Eberhard - Apr 3, 2022

Murder on the Orient Express a stage adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel was written and adapted by Ken Ludwig and premiered in New Jersey in 2017. Based on the Christie novel that was first published in the United States in February 1934, and originally published under the name Murder on the Calais Coach. The twisted plot is full of a wild cast of characters. As Poirot puts it, “It was like a painting by Pablo Picasso.” We open the play in Istanbul at the Tokatlian Hotel, as we meet Poirot we understand he is due in London in three days' time due to the delivery of a telegram, and he runs into his old friend Bouc. His friend then arranges a trip on the Orient Express which he is the owner, and the two climb aboard with Poirot hoping he makes it to London on schedule. Upon boarding the Orient Express one by one Poirot meets an oddity of characters much like boarding a train to Carnival. As the train departs the station amidst the snowy conditions like an onion we see the layers of each of the passengers peeled back one by one.

BWW Review: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Takes Center Stage at Jobsite Theater Photo BWW Review: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Takes Center Stage at Jobsite Theater
by Drew Eberhard - Mar 4, 2022

In 1962 English author Anthony Burgess published the Dystopian-Black Comedy novel entitled A Clockwork Orange. The novel itself was partially written in a Russian-influence argot called “Nadsat” which in a Russian suffix took on its namesake for the equivalent of “TEEN” in English. In 2005 the novel was included by Time Magazine in a list as one of the 100 best English Language novels of the 20th Century. The novel is divided into three parts: Alex’s World, Ludovico Technique, and After Prison, and each of the novel’s three parts contained only 7 chapters. 7 x 3= 21 which was an intentional nod to the age of 21 which is considered a milestone in adult maturation.

BWW Review: BOASTING A BOLD AND DIVERSE CAST JOBSITE TACKLES SHAKESPEARE'S MOST “FA Photo BWW Review: BOASTING A BOLD AND DIVERSE CAST JOBSITE TACKLES SHAKESPEARE'S MOST “FAMOUS PLAY” WITH ROMEO & JULIET at JOBSITE THEATER
by Drew Eberhard - Jan 21, 2022

The year 1985, the setting Fair Verona where we lay our scene. Over the years Romeo & Juliet has been translated, interpreted and conceived in many different forms and fashion. Outside of literature none more so than that of film and stage. Diverting back to literature briefly, Romeo & Juliet was first translated into English in 1562 as a poem entitled The Tragic History of Romeus and Juliet by Arthur Brooke.

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.

Vote For The 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; Broadway Everyday Star Theater's LIGHTS Photo Vote For The 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; Broadway Everyday Star Theater's LIGHTS, STAGE, SING CABARET Leads Best Musical!
by BWW Staff - Dec 13, 2021

Our readers set the nominees, and now voting is open 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.

Vote For The 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; First Stats Announced! Photo Vote For The 2021 BroadwayWorld Tampa Awards; First Stats Announced!
by BWW - Dec 6, 2021

Our readers set the nominees, and now voting is open 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.

BWW Review: Director Scott Cooper Guides Another Winner with SPC Theater Department's Photo BWW Review: Director Scott Cooper Guides Another Winner with SPC Theater Department's Production of THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND: THE MUSIC OF KANDER & EBB
by Peter Nason - Jul 11, 2021

It's one hell of a moving, thrilling, never-want-it-to-end evening of theatre!

Katrina Stevenson Videos

VIDEO: First Look At THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) [REVISED] A VideoVIDEO: First Look At THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) [REVISED] At Jobsite Theater
by Stage Tube - Mar 12, 2019

Jobsite Theater continues their 20th Anniversary Season with another 'greatest hits' return! They've dusted off their trunks full of everything from skulls to skirts and daggers to dinosaurs for a revival of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] running Mar. 15 - Apr. 7 in the Shimberg Playhouse at the Straz Center, where Jobsite is resident theater company. Having shrunk Willy's wit and wisdom into manageable morsels of madness, they tear around the stage in doublets and Converse on a riotous romp through all 37 of Shakespeare's plays plus the sonnets all in an hour and a half.

STAGE TUBE: First Look at Teaser Video of Jobsite's TIME STANDS STILL
by Stage Tube - Jul 5, 2016

Jobsite closes their 2015-16 season with a timely drama from a modern master of the American theater: Donald Margulies' Time Stands Still plays July 8-31, 2016, in the Shimberg Playhouse at the Straz Center where Jobsite is resident theater company.  BroadwayWorld has a first look at highlights of the show below!