Under the direction of Josh Rhodes, the season opening production is compelling and assured.
Two women, decades apart, face harsh realities when they leave home on a mission.
The lively, touching show draws viewers into its simple story.
The FSU/Asolo Conservatory tackles Sophocles' Oedipus.
Media members and production sponsors got an early look at performers in Asolo Rep's upcoming Evita.
Your ultimate guide to Sarasota's jam-packed arts and entertainment season.
Will Travel for Art
From Cuba to Italy, there's a trip for every arts lover.
Curator Matthew McLendon discusses the exhibit, which has been in the works for nearly four years.
Walker brings his scorching sound to this year's fest.
The ballet's passionate dancers—and Beethoven's Seventh Symphony—inspired Gomes' new work.
Season Preview 2017
In a season packed with drama, dance, music, arts and more, the shows, festivals and concerts you must see.
Bowling Them Over
The Bowls USA US Open takes place Nov. 11-18.
Isabelle, named one of Billboard magazine's artists to watch, will play the controversial, charismatic Eva Peron.
Philanthropists, volunteers, artists and cultural champions were honored at the annual event held at the Van Wezel.
A lively dance and a quiet work of film both entertain.
Nobuntu, EnsemblenewSRQ and a mysterious one-person show intrigue audiences.
The first performance of the fest features characters on the lam using a giant video screen.
The evening at the Van Wezel highlights the artistic talent of Sarasota County.
The company's season opener boasts strong performances, lots of energy and some new voices telling Lin-Manuel Miranda's moving story.
An opening night party and a free outdoor screening are part of the festival.