Tag Archives: Florida School of the Arts

The Island Theater Upgrades with 'Be More Chill'

The Island Theater Upgrades with ‘Be More Chill’

‘Be More Chill’ is a phenomenal musical about teen angst, self identity and the impact social disconnection has on the generation Be More Chill may have closed on Broadway this past weekend, but it’s just ramping up at in and how lucky the fan base is that it is. Be More Chill is a musical with a unique history. It opened on Off Broadway and closed without making the leap to Broadway only to be revived two years later by popular demand. It’s second Off Broadway run quickly turned into a more than respectable Broadway run and a Tony nomination …

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Ain’t Afraid Of No Ghosts – “BLITHE SPIRIT”

FLORIDA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS THEATRE REVIEW The unearthed another theatrical treasure of yesteryear with the revival of Noel Coward’s comedy/farce “Blithe Spirit.” The show ran for four performances during October 1- 4, 2015 at the college’s campus in Palatka, Florida. This was the third trip the Dual Critics have made to Palatka to see a production, and we were once again delighted with the professionalism of the performance. “Blithe Spirit” has not been done in North Florida for many years; the last production we recall was at Theatre Jacksonville over twenty-five years ago. The play has an interesting history. …

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[TITLE OF SHOW] – PLAYERS BY THE SEA/LIMELIGHT THEATRE REVIEW

As part of its March Madness theme, Players by the Sea brought in [title of show], a musical new to Jacksonville, for three performances beginning March 19, 2015. The musical was previously staged at Limelight Theatre in St. Augustine in August, 2014. Due to a heavy reviewing schedule, the were not able to see it in the Ancient City, so we were delighted that it was coming to the Jacksonville Beaches. We have to admit we did not know anything initially about this show, but had seen most of the cast elsewhere on stage, and so were inspired to go. …

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