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* This is a special holiday promotion valid now thru January 5, 2014. Plus, Order now and receive a FREE General Admission Lawn ticket to see our production of THE WIZ at our 2014 American Stage in the Park (A $20 value. Ticket valid from April … Continue reading
The critics are raving about A MARVELOUS PARTY! THE NOËL COWARD CELEBRATION; “American Stage’s A Marvelous Party! The Noël Coward Celebration is sparkling entertainment for the holiday season: witty and spirited… The group numbers shine, from the exasperated brio to the tender … Continue reading
American Stage Theatre Company in St. Petersburg, FL is seeking two African-American actors for August Wilson’s TWO TRAINS RUNNING, directed by Bob Devin Jones. WEST: Black man, 60s. The undertaker. He is dressed all in black, except for a white … Continue reading
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
Check out another write-up on FRANKIE AND JOHNNY IN THE CLAIR DE LUNE! Click here.
American Stage is proud to announce our new 11/12 season with a strong line-up of engaging and fun performances. A great mix for everyone to enjoy. Our 2011-2012 Season! To purchase subscriptions, CLICK HERE (subscriptions start as low as $116, … Continue reading
In case you missed it, check out Todd Olson and Andy Orrell on Live, Laugh & Love With Laurie presented by Life Improvement Radio.com. They discussed American Stage in the Park starting this week with RENT and the exciting new … Continue reading
Check out our first knockout review from the Tampa Tribune! http://tboextra.com/content/2011/mar/14/fear-not-this-woolf-has-plenty-of-bite/
Meet the Cast of WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? on Channel 10 starring Christine Decker and Richard B. Watson. (L-R) Richard B. Watson as George, Betty-Jane Parks as Honey, Matthew Stephen Huffman as Nick, and Christine Decker as Martha.