The Tom Stoppard play has plenty of room for thought on some complicated subjects, but offers amusement as well.
A "Welcome Back" party brought together the theater's supporters and stars.
Our arts editor scoops up the don’t-miss tickets for the coming cultural season, from theater and music to comedy, dance and more.
Coleman won the International Blues Challenge in 2014.
The Artful Child
Got a kid (or grandkid) itching to perform, paint or just discover the artist within? Sign ’em up for one or more of these opportunities.
Talk to Me
Sarasotans love to turn out for a good talk—especially if it features an expert or a celeb. Here are a few highlights of the upcoming lecture season.
The 29-year-old identical twins will perform at the Van Wezel from Nov. 30-Dec. 3.
“This role is so much fun, because he’s such an accomplished showman."
Carol Burnett! The Lion King! Jerry Lee Lewis! Gaugin at Selby Gardens! And much, much more.
Celebrating the Arts
The Arts and Cultural Alliance's annual awards night highlighted the people and organizations who keep the arts strong.
The book by Molly Dean comes out next month.
The annual show, which opens Oct. 12, fills the Tropical Conservatory with a multitude of flowers.
The musical version of A Raisin in the Sun stirs passions in many ways.
Take a Look
Views from Above continues at the Museum of Fine Arts through Jan. 20.
Expect music from the likes of John Denver, George Gershwin, Frankie Valli and more.
Dylan will return to the Van Wezel Oct. 21.
A wide variety of shows, artists and media occupy the 2018-19 schedule.
After the Revolution
Fusco won the Hermitage Artist Retreat's Greenfield Prize in 2016.
The season begins in October, featuring a world premiere piece inspired by Joan of Arc.