Star Wars VII Prediction Timeline
What will happen following the release of The Force Awakens.
By Ned Averill-Snell
Tags: Local Arts, Tomatometer, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, George Lucas, Episode VII
SCENE BREAKER: Occupation denied, a play festival twofer, and Fay Freuds up da Vinci via Dali or whatever
Facebook protects users from knowing about a play.
Tags: Local Arts, YouTube, Young Dramatists Project, YDP, TampaWorks, [email protected], Stageworks, SCENE BREAKER, Salvador Dali, Roxanne Fay, Red, Paul Wilborn, Palladium Theatre, One Flew Over the Cuckooâ€™s Nest, Occupation, Mark Leib, Jobsite, Gorilla Theatre, freeFall, Facebook, david warner, David Mann, dali museum, Channelside, Cabaret, Bud Light, American Stage, A Little Freudian Slip: Dali Dreams Davinci
SCENE BREAKER: Gibbs kids hit skids, a cellist flies her freak flag and maybe you can see Cumming at Stageworks
Red and The Tempest open, Annapurna gets posthumous notice
Tags: Local Arts, Tony Awards, Tom Stoppard, Theatre Communications Group, The Tempest, The Coast of Utopia, Stageworks, St. Pete City Theatre, SCENE BREAKER, Rose Mallare, Red, Pinellas County Center for the Arts, Ordinary People, Nico Hendricks, Nancy Pahl Gilsenan, Murray Theatre, Mark Rothko, Lego Minifigures, Kristin Chenoweth, karla hartley, Judith Guest, John Logan, Jobsite, Gibbs High School, freeFall, Eric Davis, David Jenkins, Brian Smallheer, annapurna, American Theatre, Alfred Molina, Alan Cumming, Ainâ€™t Misbehavinâ€™
SCENE BREAKER: Drinking problems, a better Moon Pie and crazy ain’t nuthin’ but a family thing
Betrayal, Annapurna, Ain't Misbehavin' and In the Heights are still on the boards.
Tags: Local Arts, The Scarlet Letter, tampa repertory theatre, Suzan-Lori Parks, Stephanie Gularte, Stageworks, Seminole Heights Branch Library, SCENE BREAKER, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Rosemary Orlando, Robb White, Ricky Cona, One Act Weekend, NPR, Neil Simon, National New Play Network, Murray Theatre, Moon Pie, Mark Leib, Mama Makes Up Her Mind, Maggie Council DiPietra, Lights Rise on Grace, karla hartley, Julie Garisto, John Pinckard, Jobsite, Itâ€™s a Wonderful Life, Inherit the Wind, In the Heights, In the Blood, Improbable Athenaeum, Harold Pinter, Fodder & Shine, Eric McHugh, Clybourne Park, Chad Beckim, Carrollwood Players, Broadway Bound, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues, Betrayal, Bailey White, annapurna, American Stage, All Things Considered, A Gentlemanâ€™s Guide to Love and Murder, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
SCENE BREAKER: Sammich pas de deux, Jemison jumps the joint and TampaRep gets its Yank on
Jobsite puts the pu in Annapurna.
Tags: Local Arts, usf, Tia Jemison, TheatreUSF, Theatre School at DePaul, Theatre Odyssey, Ten-Minute Play Festival, TampaWorks, TampaRep, tampa repertory theatre, Tampa Preparatory School, Straz, Stageworks, Smith Black Box, Sleeping Beauty, Sharr White, SCENE BREAKER, Sarasota, Sam Shepard, race, PokÃ©mon, paul potenza, Nashville, Motherhood the Musical, Mark Leib, Lillian Hellman, lauren gunderson, Jobsite, Jane B. Cook Theatre, FSU/Asolo Center for the Performing Arts, freeFall, Fats Waller, Eugene Oâ€™Neill, Brian Smallheer, ASL, annapurna, Angela Bond, American Visions, Ain't Misbehavin', A Raisin in the Sun
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