The first Tampa International Fringe Festival approaches.
By David Warner
"Take risks and have fun about it.”
That’s Trish Parry’s advice for anyone attending a Fringe festival for the first time. She knows from risk...
Eric Davis honored with MUSE Performance Arts Award
Now he’s free, freeFallin’...
By Caitlin Albritton
Soul Crooners 2: Back in the saddle again
Because Soul Crooners 1 wasn’t enough.
By Kelly Dewitz
Habana Compás astounds at the Straz
Emotion wrought by talent and passion from a small island.
By Cathy Salustri
It Takes Twelve to Tango
'Forever Tango' hits the Straz in Tampa next weekend
Bravo to the USF Spring Dance Concert
Straying from the un-understandable, USF dancers give great show
From Classical Ballet to Modern, USF Promises an Inspiring Show
The USF Dance Spring Concert is coming, and it's a good one.
Sarasota Dance Company is Changing the (Dance) World
Your Weekly Dance Blog: Get out and DANCE
Gasparilla Arts Month: GASP! returns to the Tampa Museum of Art Apr. 1
Let the April Foolishness commence!
By David Warner
New Studio to Take Tampa by Storm
Your Weekly Dance Blog: The Hip Room Dance Studio has high expectations opening early this spring
Straz's Next Generation Ballet awarded highest honor
Your weekly dance blog: Ballet on the rise in Florida
Your New Guide to Tampa’s Dance Scene
What you need and want to know about dance in the area.
Dance Review: A BEACON of hope in St. Pete
In the wake of violence, a night that honored human dignity.
Modern movements: The new BEACON performance series at the Palladium
The series sheds new light on local dance.
By Mitzi Gordon
Experience varied Asian performances at the Ringling International Arts Festival
Skip the plane ticket. A wide array of international performances fly into Sarasota this weekend.
The weekend shift: Dance face
By Amy Beeman
Fall Arts Preview 2015: The new head of Patel’s dance program teaches from a lifetime of experience
Philip Neal brings a wealth of experience, talent and passion to the Tampa conservatory.
Fall Arts Preview 2015: The soaring dance career of PCCA alum Calvin Royal III
Featured in a 25 & Under profile nearly a decade ago, the Bay area native continues to excel and inspire.
Performance review: Cirque du Soleil's Varekai
The Canadian troupe brings us a show of mythological proportion — with a few too many lulls in the action.
By Nina Porciuncula
The Florida Dance Festival kicks it at USF
Much more than just beautiful bodies in motion.
By Julie Garisto
USF Dance Shorts College Film Festival celebrates outstanding art students
Saturday's gala awarded top student submissions from across the country
By Melanie Wiesen
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure
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'Pawn Stars' is coming to St. Pete, here's how to attend the live taping
By Colin Wolf
Tampa’s Fly Bar closes, Mazzaro’s unveils another giant slab of cheese, and more local foodie news
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Downtown Tampa's Fly bar and restaurant is closed
By Ray Roa
Q&A: Barbara Eden talks WWII childhood, pastries, and more ahead of Clearwater matinee
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