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American Stage is proud to announce its 2013 holiday shows! We start off the winter season with A Marvelous Party! The Noël Coward Celebration. Imagine a party as sparkling as a newly-popped bottle of champagne, a scintillating evening of ravishing … Continue reading
A suspenseful thriller, The Birds opened our 2013-2014 season here at American Theater. Based on the same story that inspired the cult classic Alfred Hitchcock film. This gripping tale is perfect for those who are ready to get in the … Continue reading
Our 2013-2014 season has kicked off! And we’re taking a new approach to things this year. As art director Todd Olson puts it, “We found our theme for the season in a quote by August Wilson where he described something … Continue reading
Theatre Tampa Bay recently celebrated its third annual awards ceremony, honoring this season’s productions in nine regional theatres of the Tampa Bay Area. Founded in 2010, the organization strives to bring attention to and support for local professional theatres. For … Continue reading
Things are buzzin’ around here at American Stage. There are two shows running on the Main Stage. When The World Was Green (A Chef’s Fable) by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin is a hauntingly lyrical memory play about an old man – … Continue reading
The first preview came in today from John Fleming with Tampa Bay Times. Read more about the director, the play and why it’s going to be one of our top productions of the year! http://bit.ly/10hFrRF
American Stage Theatre is pleased to announce two very special naming honors for our performance stage and concession stand: “Bud and Enez Hart Performance Stage” and the “Beth Houghton & Scott Wagman Concession Stand” Thank you to our very special friends! … Continue reading
The reviews are in for A Doll’s House and prove that this timeless classic is still as relevant today as it was nearly 150 years ago. Experience the life of one woman needing to break free from what is demanded … Continue reading
American Stage Education sat down with Seth Gordon, Director of A DOLL’S HOUSE, opening on November 14 at American Stage. Read on for some insight behind the director’s vision. Why did you want to direct A Doll’s House? I’ve never … Continue reading
Read why not to miss Wit starring Kim Crow. Two amazing reviews are in. This play will take you on a unique journey. Click on the links below to read the full reviews. Closes Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize … Continue reading