Developed from the original film screenplay, Andrew Lloyd Weber's production contains all of the songs from the Academy Award-winning score including some new song by Time Rice and Weber. Through April 19.
Grab some grub from 15 to 17 gourmet food trucks offering a wide variety of tastes, beers and micro-brews. Then find a seat to watch independent short, 10- to 15-minute films with live music between films.
This portion features the four winners of the Hillsborough County student short film festival.
Price: Free admission (food and drink additional).
Ease on down the road with this modern take of the seven time Tony Award winning musical. American Stage's annual play in the park takes place outdoors in Demens Landing. Reserved seats are available for purchase, but it's just as fun to pack a picnic and sit on the grass.
Price: $13 Wed.-Thur. and Sunday, $18 Fri.-Sat. (advance); $15 Wed.-Thur. and Sunday, $20 Fri.-Sat. (at the gate); $32 reserved seating all nights..
Busch Gardens and SeaWorld celebrate Spring Break by offering special weekday discounts. Now through May 5, both parks are offering $50 ticket good for any single weekday admission at either park.
Javic Homes was selected by Southern Living to construct this home representing commitment to craftsmanship, southern architecture and quality home building. Tours of the home benefit Operation Finally Home and All Children's Hospital.
Features discounted online ticket purchases to all area club members.
Learn about the exotic, wild orchids that grow in the park in program with Jeff Rundell, as the park focuses on native plants and orchids through the month of April. In the Children's Education Center. Call to register.
Price: Free with park admission: $13 adult, $5 kids 6-12.
Daily from March 5 to May 18, this year's festival is brimming with new topiaries like Kermit and Miss Piggy, among the 75 total, now illuminated with twinkling lights at night, plus waterwise, vegetable and even an Everglades Garden; bonsai, orchid, hummingbird exhibits; kids landscaped playgro …
Money raised from the GFWC/Clearwater Woman's Club's annual fashion show and luncheon help fund grants to local non-profits including ClothesToKids, Meals on Wheels, Hacienda Girls Ranch, Clearwater Library Systems and others. Call to RSVP.
Price: Tickets $45-$55.
Margo Hammond, former book editor of the St. Petersburg Times, conducts memoir-writing workshops using specific Dali paintings and writings as catalysts for memoir writing.
Price: $65, $35 members.
After a 21 year-old bicycles 4,000 miles from Seattle to the West Village apartment of his grandmother, an overnight sleepover turns into an extended stay in which the odd couple explore growing up and growing old. Through April 27.
Price: $15-$40 (varies by show date).
Hannah Holman, a cellist with the New York City Ballet Orchestra, and Rene Lecuona, a pianist with an active solo and chamber music career, have been performing together for many years. The two even collaborated on Holman's first solo CD in 2012.
The networking benefit includes a live performance by American Idol finalist Shannon Magrane, dancing, music by DJ Shizm, an auction and samples of Fontana Pisco, a colorless grape brandy from Peru. Benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
The aquarium presents an educational series based on marine-related topics.
This month, Dr. Mya Breitbart will discuss the diversity and ecological role of viruses found in marine mammals. A question and answer session follows.
This series introduces audiences to local professors who will speak about the cutting edge ideas in their fields.
This portion features speakers from three colleges at USF: Philip Trocchia (Associate Professor of Marketing in the College of Business), Vivian Fueyo (Professor of Childhood Education) and John Arthur (Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Society, Culture, and Language Department).