Events

A woman seated in a blue chair playing a cello next to a woman standing playing a violin.

THU JAN 26, 2023, 5:30PM/CONCERT

The Art of the String with Key West Duo

Violinist Irie Monte and cellist Denise Nathanson formed the Key West Duo in 2016. Celebrate the beautiful music written for their instruments and their friendship.

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Vintage diner sign graphic that says "THE DINNER PARTY" on a black and white checkered background with two vintage-style drawings of women.

WED-SAT MAR 22-25 & MAR 29-APR 1, 2023, 8PM/EVENT

The Dinner Party

Chantal Pavageaux’s The Dinner Party offers a deliciously tart take on the intersections of women’s experiences, art, fame, trust, truth and…dinner theater. The meta, campy play-within-a-play pulls inspirations from wildly flung sources and has a good time doing it.

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"ARTIST STUDIO TOURS" cut out of natural green colored box over an illustration of a woman winking with bright yellow and orange shapes on her face.

SAT MAR 4, 2023, 11AM-3PM/EVENT

Artist Studio Tours

Hop on a bike or carpool with friends and spend an art-filled afternoon exploring the homes and studios of Key West artists. Produced by The Studios of Key West, the annual Artist Studio Tours take you on a self-guided journey through the secret lanes and hidden alleys of Old Town.

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Woman with short blonde hair smiling with her hand on her hip and standing, wearing a red and white patterned kimono.

FIRST MONDAY FEB 6, 2023, 5:30PM/EVENT

Jazz on the Roof with Libby York

Critically acclaimed vocalist Libby York is known for her swinging renditions of Great American Songbook classics, bossa nova gems and obscure treasures. She’s appeared at top venues in New York, Chicago, LA, and Paris. These intimate concerts will feature her trio in the beautiful setting of Hugh’s View.

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Woman with short blonde hair smiling with her hand on her hip and standing, wearing a red and white patterned kimono.

FIRST MONDAY MAR 6, 2023, 5:30PM/EVENT

Jazz on the Roof with Libby York

Critically acclaimed vocalist Libby York is known for her swinging renditions of Great American Songbook classics, bossa nova gems and obscure treasures. She’s appeared at top venues in New York, Chicago, LA, and Paris. These intimate concerts will feature her trio in the beautiful setting of Hugh’s View.

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Woman with short blonde hair smiling with her hand on her hip and standing, wearing a red and white patterned kimono.

FIRST MONDAY JAN 2, 2023, 5:30PM/EVENT

Jazz on the Roof with Libby York

Critically acclaimed vocalist Libby York is known for her swinging renditions of Great American Songbook classics, bossa nova gems and obscure treasures. She’s appeared at top venues in New York, Chicago, LA, and Paris. These intimate concerts will feature her trio in the beautiful setting of Hugh’s View.

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Brunette woman with teal nail polish and bright red matte lipstick shushing someone (holding her pointer finger in front of her lips).

THU-SAT APR 13-15, 2023, 8PM/EVENT

I Confess

Inspired by Confessional by Tennessee Williams, Albertson’s I Confess brings to light the things that we fear about ourselves, but often have in common with our neighbor. The result is exciting, funny, devastating and cathartic.

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American landscape painting with tree and bushes in the foregrund and a winding river in the background.

FRI APR 7, 2023, 4-5:30PM/EVENT

The Hudson River School of American Landscape Painting

This illustrated lecture serves as an introduction to the Hudson River School, a group of nineteenth-century American landscape painters, and by extension, the larger movement of Romanticism that exalted natural scenes as a response to the Industrial Revolution. Kerry Carso will examine the contrast of technological progress and the lure of nature.

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Black and white photograph of Ernest Hemingway rubbing alcohol on his chin by Robert Capa

THU APR 6, 2023, 4-5:30PM/EVENT

Robert Capa and the Hemingway Image

Brian Carso explores the complicated relationship between preeminent war photographer Robert Capa and Ernest Hemingway, whom he met during the Spanish Civil War. Carso’s illustrated lecture offers compelling insights into the creation of the Hemingway image—both the recognizable pictorial image and the hyper-masculine reputation that informs the popular conception of Hemingway.

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Asian woman with short dark brown hair and glasses smiling and holding a peace sign in front of a red carpet backdrop for SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK.

THU JAN 12, 2023, 7PM/EVENT

The Sounds of Sun Hee Kil

With Broadway & theater credits ranging from “The Color Purple” to “Choir Boy”, “Sunny” Kil sits down with Stephen Kitsakos, Studios Artistic Associate, to talk about her journey from Seoul to New York to Key West.

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