ST. PETERSBURG — In the Heights is all about music and dance, specifically the propulsive salsa and hip-hop sounds of Latino New York and kinetic choreography ranging from spiky merengue steps to athletic break dancing.
The Book of Mormon, the bawdy Broadway smash from the makers of South Park, will hit the Ruth Eckerd Hall stage for the first time in February.
Plan your weekend
Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival With rocker Daughtry coming this weekend, we can say It's Not Over (Yet). Chris Daughtry is bringing his band to Busch Gardens for the last weekend of the theme park's first Food & Wine Festival. The 35-year-old American …
There's lots going on around the area but here are two arts events in St. Petersburg this weekend you'll want to consider.
Poor Adaline Bowman, sentenced to an eternity of looking like Blake Lively, by a movie premise more preposterous than anything Vin Diesel tried lately. Thanks to scientific hoo-hah that won't be discovered until 2035, Adaline never ages.
Her movie gets old quickly.
TARPON SPRINGS — When we visit an art exhibition, some of our pleasure with it is subliminal: The way in which it's presented to us is a big part of our perception of it.
John Leguizamo, star of stage and screen known for roles in Moulin Rouge, Ice Age and five of his own HBO specials, has also written and performed several acclaimed one-man shows, including Freak and Ghetto Klown.
Fred Astaire once described Judy Garland as "the greatest entertainer who ever lived," and it's easy to see why, with a versatile career that spanned decades on stage and screen, earning a Golden Globe, Grammys and a special Tony. This tribute from the Florida Orchestra and singer Hilary Kole, a staple on the New York …
Who better to tell the story of Latino struggles in rapidly gentrifying New York City than a group of Latinos currently living and working in the Big Apple?
Alex Garland's Ex Machina is a fascinating addition to the sci-fi trend of science feminism, in which concepts of womanhood in patriarchal culture are explored far deeper than Ripley battling aliens in her underwear.