GET OUT! June 22 to 24

By PAM HARBAUGH Stay cool by going to the theater or stepping into a museum…or you can stay cool another way by enjoying some jazz. Whatever your style, there still are some things to do, even during these hot muggy days when many of us head to the hills. Be sure...

GET OUT! June 15 to 17

By PAM HARBAUGH I’m hoping to convince all y’all to hit the road and come to Orlando to experience drama in a 30-seat theater and see GIDION’S KNOT, which opens tonight at Theater on the Edge. Read more about it below. Be sure to click on ads for the organizations supporting...

GET OUT! June 8 to 10

By PAM HARBAUGH Aaaannndd…it’s slowing down. Mostly some fun, easy-listening music stuff. But there’s still theater at Melbourne Civic Theatre and Surfside. Be sure to click on ads for the organizations supporting Brevard Culture. Thank you. Theater: THE WIZARD OF OZ (FRACTURED) opens tonight and runs through June 17 at Surfside...

GET OUT! June 1 two 3

By PAM HARBAUGH Contemplate art this evening at the First Friday in the Eau Gallie Arts District. Put on your walking shoes and enjoy a warm stroll through the artsy environs of Highland Avenue near the Foosaner Art Museum. Be sure to click on ads for the organizations supporting Brevard Culture....

AUDITIONS June 2018

'A Chorus Line' at Riverside Theatre

By PAM HARBAUGH Three area theaters are holding auditions beginning this weekend. Read on and see if something tickles the actor inside. TITUSVILLE PLAYHOUSE will be auditioning for two shows in the next few days. NEWSIES: Auditions are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, June 4 and 5. Director Steven...

KING CENTER Summer Musical Theatre Project 2018

This image is from a previous Cocoa Village Playhouse/King Center Summer Musical Theater Program production of SWING! By PAM HARBAUGH THE KING CENTER’S Summer Musical Theatre Project is about to get busy as anything. Auditions begin June 11 for two camps. Auditions for a third camp will be held June 28....

GET OUT! May 25 to 27

By PAM HARBAUGH If you see someone dressed in black hanging out at the beach, don’t think ill of them. It’s just a theater vampire trying to figure out what all that sun and surf are about. In fact, the whole theater scene begins to relax this weekend…although you still have...

Review: FUN HOME … Great theater

Ame Livingston as cartoonist Alison Bechdel, whose 2006 graphic memoir “Fun Home” was adapted into the Tony Award winning musical. Photo by Niko Stamos. By GEORGETTE SPELVIN Guest Critic YOU come away from the Titusville Playhouse’s production of “Fun Home” with quite a lot. YOU realize that you’ve seen quite a...

GET OUT! May 18 to 20

By PAM HARBAUGH Can’t decide what to do this weekend? Here are some ideas: Go to live theater. Hear live music. Visit with a nationally recognized artist describing her work. So much from which to choose. Children’s activities kick into high gear this weekend with Surfside Players’ “Jungle Book, Jr.” Don’t...

FUN HOME at Titusville Playhouse

Ame Livingston as cartoonist Alison Bechdel, whose 2006 graphic memoir “Fun Home” was adapted into the Tony Award winning musical. Photo by Niko Stamos. By PAM HARBAUGH Let’s get this right out there…”Fun Home” is brilliant. It’s a smart, compelling, sensitive coming of age story about a young girl who realizes...