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  1. "My Fair Lady" comes to the David A. Straz Jr Center for the Performing Arts as part of their 2021-22 Broadway series.
  2. A conceptual drawing, by FleischmaGarcia Architecture, of the proposed New Tampa Performing Arts Center on Bruce B. Downs Boulevard across from the main entrance to Hunter's Green.
  3. Zola Mae Shaulis Kollock was called "one of the most interesting pianistic personalities of the day" by legendary pianist Arthur Rubinstein.
  4. Jon Moxley, on the ground outside the ring, during a professional wrestling match at "Bloodsport 6" at the Cuban Club in Ybor City on April 8, 2021.
  5. "Leonard Bernstein's New York," a drive-in concert revue, is being performed at Freefall Theatre in St. Petersburg.
  6. Ruth Eckerd Hall was among the many local venues bathed in red light on Sept. 1, 2020 to raise awareness of a potential bill to allocate aid to concert venues and promoters. The program that eventually passed, dubbed Shuttered Venue Operators Grants, will begin accepting applications April 8.
  7. Jobsite, the independent resident theater company at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa, opens on April 9 with Shakespeare’s "Henry V" in the Jaeb Theater.
  8. For an oh-so-Florida Easter activity, kids can hunt for colorful eggs left by the Easter Bunny in Largo’s Southwest Pool.
  9. JudyAnne Jackson will be performing at New York City's oldest rock and roll club, the Bitter End, on April 9. The Tampa singer is 13 years old.
  10. The American Stage building in downtown St. Petersburg in 2009. After a year of virtual programming, the company will return to live, in-person outdoor performances in 2021.
  11. Kevin Chadwick, owner of the newly renovated Floridian Social Club in St. Petersburg, formerly the State Theatre, poses for a portrait at the main staircase inside the venue. The wallpaper, lighting fixtures and interior designs are all new, but harken back to the art deco style of the 1920s.
  12. The logo for Wrestlemania 37, which will be held at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on April 10-11.
  13. Jim Sorensen plays Dwight Schrute in the Capitol Theatre's outdoor walking tour of The Office! A Murder Mystery Parody: Who Is The Scranton Strangler?
  14. Nik Wallenda walks the high wire during his self produced Daredevil Rally. The socially distant drive-in stunt show once again takes place in Sarasota's Nathan Benderson Park.
  15. Platinum selling artist Phillip Phillips will kick off the concert series for the Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival.
  16. Calvin Royal III performs in "Apollo" in 2019.
  17. Nik Wallenda walks the high wire during his self produced Daredevil Rally last June. He is bringing the socially distant drive-in stunt show back to Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota.
  18. Anna Brennen, founder of Stageworks Theatre, died on Feb. 12, 2021.
  19. L. Peter Callender portrays Louis Armstrong, Joe Glaser and Miles Davis in American Stage's virtual production of "Satchmo at the Waldorf."
  20. Nazhoni Taylor Foxx found her first drag mother in Calvin Fairconeture. Her second drag mother was Sierrah Foxx. In recognition of the mentorship and guidance from them and her drag father, Bob Taylor, she added Taylor's and Foxx’s names to her own. “Nazhoni had no fears,” Taylor said. “She had no fears at all.”
  21. Joshua Felder, a 23-year-old Best Buddies global ambassador, was a backup dancer for the Weeknd during the Super Bowl 55 halftime show.
  22. 'Hamilton' will return to Tampa's Straz Center on Nov.15, 2022.
  23. Fireworks explode during the Super Bowl XVIII halftime show at Tampa Stadium in in 1984. Industry estimates put the 13-minute halftime show spectacle at $1 million a minute these days.
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