A sweetly funny coming-of-age tale about the life and loves of Eddie and Becky, both of whom are Catholic, which deeply affects their lives in 1960s Chicago. Along the way they meet oddballs and …
Breakin’ up is hard to do ... but in the right writer’s hands, it's funny, too.
"We are not a ballet company,” states Jacksonville Dance Theatre’s Executive Director Katie McCaughan.
There are certain forces at play in the works of Jiha Moon. The Korean-born artist creates pieces that bring to mind a sense of evolving iconography, pan-identity—even mysticism.
Quasi-charming, certainly cocky, sporting a tall red-and-white hat and, at his feet, minions Thing One and Thing Two: He’s the Cat in the Hat, here in NEFLa for a limited time indeed.
As human beings, no matter the tribe, having a sense of belonging plays a crucial role in securing individual and communal identity.
This month, St. Johns River State College’s Thrasher-Horne Center kicks off the season with its new, thrice-annual arts extravaganza, Thursdays @ Thrasher.
Creatives entrepreneur symposium
Douglas Anderson student Qwyn Cephus directs "The Vagina Monologues"
Celebration of the art of movement, beauty and form