If you’ve ever wanted to immerse yourself in outstanding drama, this past month in Palm Beach County was like the best of New York’s Broadway. Let’s start with the phenomenal production of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Disgraced.
JUPITER, Fla. – The ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival is proud to announce that Hobe Sound resident Amber Moran’s mixed-media artwork titled Weekend Sandbar Fun has been selected as this year’s ArtiGras commemorative poster. The poster features a nautical theme with vibrant local fish, starfish and seahorses.
ArtiGras – Palm Beaches Premier Fine Arts Festival Returns to Abacoa President’s Day Weekend.
Annually over Presidents’ Day weekend, Abacoa plays host to one of the top-50 art shows in the nation — the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival presented by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center and produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce. The 32nd anniversary of ArtiGras, which benefits school art programs and local charities, begins Saturday, February 18 with the gates opening at 10 a.m.
The perfect valentine gift for your lady love would be tickets to the Ballet Palm Beach production of Romeo & Juliet. This Shakespearean tale has it all! Duels, masquerades, revenge, love and the powerful score of Prokofiev to guide the dancers through the story. Three performances only: Saturday, February 18 at 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m, and Sunday at 4 p.m. Tickets are $19 – $45 and can be purchased by calling (561) 814-5598 or online at www.BalletPalmBeach.org.
The old year is out and in steps 2017 with lots of opportunities to see great theatre right here in Palm Beach County.
Get out your December calendar and get ready for a month of outstanding musical entertainment throughout the county starting with The Wick Theatre and Costume Museum in Boca Raton.
by Jan Davisson The Maltz Jupiter Theatre BELIEVE… is the name of the newest growth campaign at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Exciting future plans to bring year-round theater into the north county, including pre-Broadway shows. No longer just Boston, Philadelphia…
Twenty-five years ago I attended the “topping off” construction party for the new performing arts center on Okeechobee Blvd. It would be known as the Kravis Center. The gathering was an “over the top” event featuring an assortment of food stations, great music and a tour of the building, including getting a chance to sing “Happy Birthday” on the huge Kravis stage.
Exciting things are happening on the Palm Beach County theater scene in preparation for the start of the 2016-17 season.
July kicks off with a Star Spangled theatrical experience at the Don & Ann Brown Theatre on Clematis Street in West Palm when Palm Beach Dramaworks presents the reason for the Independence holiday. It’s a creative version of the musical 1776.