Category Archives: seasons

SNEAK PEEK at New Seasons

Something Rotten, St. James Theatre, Josh Grisetti, Leslie Kritzer, Will Chase, Rob McClure, Brad Oscar, Catherine Brunell, Edward Hibbert, David Beach. Photo by Joan Marcus

One of the upcoming shows of the 2017/2018 season: “Something Rotten” which comes to the Dr. Phillips Center next year. This photo from the St. James Theatre production features Josh Grisetti, Leslie Kritzer, Will Chase, Rob McClure, Brad Oscar, Catherine Brunell, Edward Hibbert, David Beach. Photo by Joan Marcus By PAM...

NEW THEATER SEASONS 2016 to 2017

Riverside Theater

This is Riverside Theatre’s Stark Stage, home to some great, exciting, thrilling and sumptuous productions. By PAM HARBAUGH The theater awaits you. With a community theater scene that keeps growing and delivering, big time, Brevard theater patrons are a lucky bunch. So join the crowd and go to some great shows....

KING CENTER readies for shows galore

By PAM HARBAUGH While most performance venues throughout the area have announced their new season, the King Center won’t be doing that because it no longer has an actual “season.” Instead, it presents shows on a calendar basis. Most of the shows are of a musical nature which is why this...

Cue the Orchestra: The 2015/2016 Season Begins

Hermitage Piano Trio, photo by Lisa-Marie Mazzucco

The Hermitage Piano Trio, photo by Lisa-Marie Mazzucco By PAM HARBAUGH Watch out. If you try it once, you’ll want more. We’re talking symphonic music, chamber music, opera and virtuoso performances. You don’t have to be elitist, high born or Ivy League educated to get caught up in this musical rapture....

Curtain Going Up on Theater Seasons 2015/2016: Brevard and Beyond

Cocoa Village Playhouse. Photo by Pam Harbaugh

By PAM HARBAUGH Better watch out professional theater, the area community theater scene is breathing down your necks. And that means good news for theater patrons. And for all you strictly community theater patrons, here’s hoping you carve some time to venture to Vero Beach or Orlando to see some stunning...

Upcoming Orlando Broadway Series

Kinky Boots National Touring Company. Photo: Matthew Murphy.

By PAM HARBAUGH So people are melting over the 2,700-seat Walt Disney Theater in the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Here are some reasons for you to explore the new facility as well. Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” Nov. 10 to 15. Dr. Seuss’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The...