Sarasota’s Urbanite Theatre is an award-winning professional theater located in the heart of downtown. They produce thrilling new works in a fully flexible black-box theater, the most intimate venue in the region.
“Through Women’s Eyes” brings a host of women and gender equality issues reflected in films, shorts and documentaries at the International Film Festival in Sarasota through Monday night, March 13.
The Annual Sarasota Jazz Festival is surely one of the key music highlights in Sarasota for 42 years. This weekend kicks off the week-long festival, and you won’t want to miss out on all the performances!
State-of-the-Art Robot enables hospitalized children to remotely tour Mote Aquarium in Real Time and experience the sights and sounds of aquarium life and allows patients an escape from their hospital beds to just be children again.
The best in storytelling, The Last Match gives keen insight into the vigorous challenges professional and Olympic level athletes face. Show director Kate Alexander superbly reminds us that even sports titans have destructive thoughts that can damage both their relationships and personal/professional goals and drives.
This week’s feature is dedicated to many organizations that offer some fine performances from local musicians, some of whom are young, emerging artists: Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota, and Pops Orchestra of Bradenton & Sarasota. Mark your calendars for any number of March performances that won’t break your bank account and also inspire you. I’m hooked. You will be, too!
“Women are grossly underrepresented as directors, photographers, and cinematographers; as actors they speak less and get naked more. We want to tell other stories.” – E. Scott Osborne, Sarasota International Film Festival Chair and President of “Through Women’s Eyes, ” a local advocacy group. The film festival is March 9 – 13.
Renew your vows, reconfirm your love for one another at Sarasota County Yearly “SAY I DO, AGAIN” Event on Siesta and Nokomis beaches on Valentine’s Day. Singles/Couples welcomed
Sarasota’s timely play is a 5 star performance, based on the hit Movie of the 70’s of the same name. The award winning movie was based on the first on air suicide of a Sarasota anchorwoman.
Hidden Gem: A family run business in Sarasota that features homemade Italian cuisine from many parts of Italy.