St. Pete’s freeFall Theatre announces 2021-22 season, including in-person shows

It opens on Oct. 22 with ‘Dames at Sea.’

click to enlarge A 2019 production of ‘Pippin’ at freeFall Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida. - freeFall Theatre
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A 2019 production of ‘Pippin’ at freeFall Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida.

St. Pete’s Freefall Theatre Company, located at 6099 Central Ave., announced its 2021-22 season starting in October—the company’s first traditional, in-person shows since 2020. (The recent “The Rose and the Beast” was “more of an experience than a play.”)

Single tickets range from $25-$50 or you can get a season subscription—for $29 a month or $319 for the year—which also gets you into special events like the Tandem Cabaret Series, Pop Goes The Yoga, and classic film screenings. If you subscribe in September, a gift certificate towards guest tickets or concessions will be added to your account.

See the 2021-2022 season lineup for Freefall Theatre Company below, and visit for more information.

Dames at Sea
Oct. 22-Nov. 21

Off-Broadway hit musical about a couple of everyday people chasing dreams in the Big Apple.

The Night Before
Dec. 3-Dec. 24
A holiday play “reminiscent of classic holiday TV specials” that’ll make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

Jan. 28-Feb. 27
Dark comedy full of slapstick and satire inspired by the Parisian classic Alfred Jarry's “Ubu Roi”—aka “King Turd.”

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill
March 25-April 24
A dramatic musical revolving around one of Billie Holiday’s last performances four months before her death.

A Skeptic and a Bruja
May 20-June 19
World premiere and an Urbanite Theatre collaboration, of a horror-comedy that centers on a ghost-hunting reality show.

July 29-Aug. 29

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