Tag Archives: Harold K. Smith Playhouse

LOVE QUEST at THEATRE JACKSONVILLE

A Romantic Comedy is part of the Historic Theatre’s 100th Season A Dual Critics Review by Dick Kerekes and Leisla Sansom Theatre Jacksonville opened “Love Quest,” the third show of its 100th Season, on February 21, and will remain through March 8, 2020. This contemporary romance, which brings new insights into today’s tactics for seeking a mate, was written by Mary Maguire and Steven McGraw; both were in the audience on opening night. Theatre Jacksonville is a city treasure founded in 1919. Afterward, Philanthropist Carl S. Swisher donated land and financing for the construction of the company’s historic San Marco …

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ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER CITY – CAMP THEATRE JACKSONVILLE

’s 2015 Summer Camp staged its student production on August 12-13 at the in San Marco. It had been several years since we last saw one of these productions and this year’s river-themed special caught our eye. partnered with , a fellow member, for “Rollin’ On The River City.” This was a 90-minute revue with a strong emphasis on the spectacular St. Johns River, the dramatic defining feature of our city. The large cast of 95 students, ranging in age from 6 to 14, performed in red, yellow, green, and blue tee shirts with a “Rollin’ on the River” logo …

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