Kyla and Keith met in New Orleans in 2013, and decided that, together, they had a story to tell. Their early discussions yielded the DKW-staged dual duo show, "Cherry Red" and later, the March 2018 workshop performance of this duet production. This fall, they've streamlined their vision even further and are proud to present their newest collection of "True-ets!"
You are invited to a live broadcast of WLRN’s weekly radio news series The Florida Roundup broadcast live from The Studios of Key West. Join host Tom Hudson, Vice Presidents of News for WLRN, along with a panel of Florida Keys journalists, in this hour-long special edition of The Florida Roundup: Life at the Edge in the Florida Keys. You can be a part of the audience and join the conversation during this live radio broadcast, with a Q & A session to follow that will launch WLRN’s Florida Keys Museum and Attractions Weekend.
The hit of last year’s Summer Stage 2017! A night of contrasting, dueling monologues. Seven directors are given one monologue and two actors each. They develop the same monologues with each of their actors separately and in completely different ways — meaning interpretation or delivery or emotion or intent or all of them.
This evening talk is based on Lama Tsultrim Allione’s new book, Wisdom Rising: Journey into the Mandala of the Empowered Feminine. The talk will include an introduction to the mandala and the dakini principle, and a short journey into the mandala of your innermost being, where the empowered feminine resides. Followed by book signing.
Returning for it’s third year, The ReMARCable Dance Project, an essential part of Dance Key West’s Outreach Program, combines the talents of Dance Key West and MARC, a local non-profit serving adults with developmental disabilities.
You LOVED Conch Republic, the Musical. We did, too! So we’re bringing it back but with a twist here and a tuck there. Three actors and a piano tell the story of how the Conch Republic began. It will be an evening of song, dance, and plenty of flags — which is in truth HOW the Conch Republic began! All your favorite characters will be there. Make sure you are too. Join us as we celebrate our heritage. You can even sign-up for our ‘Pride in the Conch Republic’ Costume Contest — Awards nightly!
A hotel room, a bed, a chair. Lovers, strangers and the low moan of a clarinet all intersect in two rarely performed one-act plays by Tennessee Williams — Green Eyes and The Traveling Companion –exploring the consequences of desire and the struggle for love in a cruel world. Adult themes and language.
New England’s leading comedy school and theater for 30+ years, ImprovBoston’s alumni have been featured on The Daily Show, America’s Got Talent, and Last Comic Standing, to name a few. Tonight they show you what the big deal is, and play a bit with the locals, fresh off their workshops this week.
Tonight, everyone’s an artist – or maybe an artwork! For its 2018 Gala fundraiser, The Studios crafts its most creative party yet. The food is fauvist, the cocktails rococo, the décor Dadaist and the dance moves are… abstract expressionist? Dress as your favorite artist, writer, or cultural concoction, or just look fabulous.
Key West's own Vincent Zito and Bobby Nesbitt lead a stellar cast in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the birth of this beloved American composer, conductor, author, music lecturer, and pianist. Leonard Bernstein's Broadway works include On The Town, West Side Story, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, The Madwoman of Central Park West, Peter Pan, and Side by Side by Sondheim. Our celebration includes performances by the wonderful Bobby Nesbitt, Susie Speidel, Susan Powell, Richard White, Jono Mainelli and Vincent Zito. Two nights only!
One of our most popular annual events, the Artist Studio Tours return to Old Town this season with a carefully curated collection of creative work spaces. Spend the afternoon peeking into the homes and studios of some of the island’s most fascinating artists.
Writer/musician/playwright Ben Harrison penned the definitive account of this true macabre love story in his nonfiction book, Undying Love, which earned him a spot in front of national audiences on the Howard Stern Show and This American Life. Originally performed at the Appelrouth Grill in 1999, Undying Love: The Musical distills the atmosphere of Key West in the 1930’s, and perfectly melds the pathos of von Cosel’s tale with Harrison’s signature dry humor.
For well over a dozen years in a row, the Anne Mckee Artists Fund fine art auction has drawn a full house. Art aficionado's and collectors know that on this one night, a large measure of the cream of the Keys crop will be on display, all together, at what is one of the most popular, passionate and artsy parties of the year.
Last season, Seth Glier blew us all away with a special private performance showcasing his incredible vocal and emotional range. This year, he returns to the Studios of Key West to play for everyone. The Grammy-nominated musician and songwriter “echoes Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel” (USA Today). Don’t miss this one.
Sponsored by Fury Water Adventures
Blue Heaven Songwriters Series
With wry humor and a guitar style that’s all his own, Tom Rush is a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. His shows are filled with the rib-aching laughter of terrific storytelling, the sweet melancholy of ballads, and the passion of gritty blues.
A chance meeting on a train platform is the spark that sets off this meticulous examination of human relationships. Mike Mulligan returns under the direction of Dennis Zacek, joined by acclaimed Chicago actress Dana Black. On its 2015 premiere, Ben Brantley of the New York Times called the play “shimmeringly and satisfyingly elusive.”
Sponsored by Doug Mayberry Real Estate
When she’s not sitting in with groups like the Moody Blues and Stevie Wonder, Denise Nathanson has been principal cellist for the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and a sought after performer and professor of classical music. Combining virtuosic playing and engaging discussion, she makes a case for classical music’s continuing relevance in popular culture.
In Artist in Residence Shea Hembrey’s celebrated TED talk, he tells how he invented 100 different artists and made work by each to fashion his own biennial. The Arkansas native’s encyclopedic skills and interests range from Maori art, to faith healing and ornithology, and he discusses his latest investigations here.
Remember singing Kumbaya? S’mores over a real campfire. Delicious BBQ from Charlie Mac’s Smokehouse and Seafood. Guitars, banjoes, ukuleles, aerialists, circus performers, open artist studios and general chaos. The 1920’s spiritual “Come By Here” became the beloved Kumbaya and was originally a simple appeal to come and help those in need. Let’s celebrate what the Keys have accomplished! If you have an instrument, please feel free to join the troupe.
Grove is in the Heart is a Hurricane Irma Relief Art Show to benefit Grimal Grove. There will be a wide variety of art available from many great artists from around the Keys and beyond. The event will be set up as a silent auction. There will also be live music hors d’oeuvres and drinks. All tax deductible proceeds go to the restoration of Grimal Grove, Big Pine Key.
Known for their dynamic, innovative and charismatic performances, the New York City-based Company enters its 20th Anniversary Season with a string of celebratory, site-specific film premieres, commissions, residencies and performances. A former resident artist of TSKW (Summer 2017) Daniel is back by popular demand with his Company of charismatic dancers.
The charismatic star of the Netflix Original Series “BLOODLINE” appears with his kick-ass country and rock ’n’ roll band - musicians Jason Laughlin and James Leahey - for one night only! Proceeds benefit Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the extensive areas of the Keys that are still struggling to recover.
The South Florida Symphony will be offering a free concert to benefit Reef Relief in the aftermath of Irma. This event is free and open to the public, reserve your seat by registering through the event page.
The one-night only showing will involve live performance, video dance, improvisation, and audience
participation. Known for their dynamic, innovative and charismatic performances, the New York
City-based Company enjoys its sweet nineteenth with a string of celebratory, site-specific film
premieres, commissions, residencies and performances.
Film Synopsis: My partner Hannah Sheridan is half Cheyenne and half Kiowa, born in El Reno, Oklahoma. On the night of her high school graduation she saw a Navy recruitment commercial and joined the next day, despite the fact that she was a lesbian in the era of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” Ten years later, after the deaths of her father and grandmother and her recent discharge from the Navy, Hannah returns to her Native-American community to mourn her deceased relatives and to try to find her place again within her culture and family.
The Flying Carrs Circus is a world class circus for audiences of all ages! There will be daredevils, acrobats, jugglers, aerialists, and more! We'll take you on a trip around the world in 80 minutes showcasing the many different cultures that make us unique! Join us for a wonderful event the whole family can enjoy!
We are proud to be a 100% animal-free circus!
Celebrating its 21st year, the Songwriters Festival is no longer a secret. The largest event of its kind in the world, it’s both a tourist attraction and favorite of island locals, with five days and nights of big stars in intimate settings, introducing audiences to the faces, voices and stories behind the songs.
Get to know Cuba through the eyes of its artists! Over sumptuous meals, exclusive studio visits and conversations with leading cultural figures, you’ll tour the back streets, cultural institutions and trendy neighborhoods of Havana. A perfect introduction to a quickly changing city.
The Studios of Key West welcomes two talented, local musicians for a selection of favorite classical guitar pieces by J.S.Bach, Heitor-Villa Lobos, Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco and popular guitar/violin duets by Nicolo Paganini and Astor Piazzolla.
This concert is packed with beautiful melodies and rhythms that you will carry home with you. Please join us for this “one night only” show.
What do Buena Vista Social Club, Bach, Bruno Mars and Jimmy Buffett have in common? You’ll come across them all as you explore an overgrown Civil War-era fort, filled with music, dance and spoken word performances that cohere into a magical and funky portrait of Key West. A jazz trio serenades from the beach; a dancer leaps like an orchid, ghosts appear with operatic splendor and it all concludes with an exuberant full-tilt boogie.
The premiere of Rock Solomon’s Jazz Noir is the apex of The Jazz Age Retrospectacular, an out-of-the-box event series looking at Key West history & culture through the lens of the Jazz Age. Solomon and his company combine narrative, music and technology to weave a story of 1930’s Key West, when rum runners were rampant, the economy went bust, and a hurricane like no other nearly sealed the island’s fate.
Exploring both the diversity and commonality of Caribbean dance music, the Antilles Music Ensemble brings to life a score of traditional songs that have long inspired people the world over. From a Son Montuno to a Sucu Sucu, from Compa to Mento, from a Beguine to a Calypso, the many flavors of the Caribbean come alive when the Antilles Music Ensemble takes the stage!
Our popular annual tour grants you entry into the homes and studios of Key West’s working artists. Once again this year we venture off the rock to Stock Island, “the Brooklyn of Key West.” You’ll visit the studios of woodworkers, welders and potters, and you’ll explore the fascinating workspaces of jewelry makers, painters and more.
ImprovBoston is back!
The funny crew from Boston will be brining the laughs back to The Studios for one performance only. This show follows a three day workshop for students who want to flex their improv muscles and learn more about the art of improv.
Join Mike and Deana for the workshop March 14 - 16 or just reserve your seat for a night of quick whit on Saturday, March 18.
Robinson is a regular political commentator on MSNBC and writes a twice-weekly column in the Washington Post that is syndicated nationally. Robinson will host a VIP reception on the first floor of Studios at 3:30 with an opportunity for photos and book signing. Tickets for the reception are $250 per person. At 4:30 on the 2nd floor of Studios, Robinson will talk about “The First Amendment in the Age of Trump”. There will be a question & answer session following the talk. Tickets for the event are $40 per person.
A giant on the singer-songwriter scene, Werner is wry and passionate in her famous live shows. This season, she returns with a new album and a Broadway-bound musical under her belt. A ‘jill’ of all trades, Werner explores classic Cuban music for a special Key West show, alongside old favorites and plenty of surprises.
A tireless and hilarious advocate for causes she believes in, comedienne Christine O’Leary has worked with a who’s who of funny people: Gilbert Gottfried, Joy Behar, Chevy Chase, Sinbad and Tracy Morgan and Margaret Cho. Socially charged and a natural storyteller, there is not an audience that she cannot penetrate… and that is hot.
With almost a quarter century of “artists helping artists” behind them, The Studios is proud to host the annual Anne McKee auction, where aficionados gather for one of the most popular art parties of the year. Proceeds help fund the vital grant program for Keys artists.
Supported by a Vision 20/20 Grant from the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys
Tom Rush’s shows are filled with the rib-aching laughter of terrific story telling, the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of gritty blues. Although he’s known for his live performances, Rush’s albums are also legendary; The Circle Game, according to Rolling Stone, ushered in the singer/songwriter era.
Pictures tell stories. Stories paint pictures. In between is this thing artists try to get at. Slideshow takes live-without-a-net readings and combines them with carefully-curated projected images. It's a merging of two disparate creative processes.
The concert you missed last season is back by popular demand! Last year, Brooks brought down a small but wildly enthusiastic house. Balancing strong-worded political commentary with witty lyrics and a warm conversational tone, Brooks is the perfect anchor in crazy times.
Based in Miami, the five members of Cortadito bring explosive Cuban energy to classic arrangements reminiscent of the Buena Vista Social Club. Featuring Spanish guitar and African percussion, Cortadito is devoted to performing the music at the soul of Cuba.
A novice nun. A dead newborn child. A court-appointed psychiatrist and a mother superior battle for the life of the nun, Agnes. Is she gifted in the mysteries of faith or guilty of cold-blooded murder? A psychological battle ensues, between science and religion and between the temporal and spiritual.
In his long awaited return to Key West, international concert pianist and composer Jeffrey Chappell weaves together jazz and classical compositions and invites you to reconsider the very ways that music communicates.
Larry Smith arranges an ensemble of all-star entertainers to join him in performing the joyous music of the holiday season. Presented in typical Larry Smith fashion - including generous doses of spontaneity and improvisation.
Provocative, irreverent, controversial and wildly creative, Amanda Palmer is a fearless singer, songwriter, playwright, blogger and an audaciously expressive pianist who simultaneously embraces – and explodes – traditional frameworks of music, theater and art.
A whimsical Neo-Victorian circus show based on the beloved 12 Days of Christmas carol – complete with amazing aerial performances and bawdy burlesque beauties. The show stars the former reigning queen of burlesque, Roxi D’lite and features Miami’s favorite aerial duo, Little Red Hearts.
A favorite holiday event returns to The Studios of Key West. On Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, our stage fills with local performers stepping out to perform their hearts out while raising funds for The Sister Season Fund. When you’ve had your fill of leftover turkey and online sales, head down to The Studios for a night of great music and community goodwill.
Our evening begins with a traditional Haitian meal, served buffet style, after which storytellers and poets will read and present from the stage. The tables will then be cleared for a dance party featuring the 15-piece band Orchestre les Christophiles.
Diversity is our community’s greatest asset, what sets us apart from other places people might choose to visit or live. The Studios embraces that diversity and seeks to connect young and old through the age-old formula of breaking bread, sharing stories and cutting loose on a dance floor.
Folk legend Todd Snider takes on Old Town at the newly renovated Studios of Key West Theater for an intimate, seated show in the heart of the historic district. Tickets are general admission and will sell fast.
Rorey Carroll will open at 8:00pm.
One part performance, one part artist talk, one part environmental awakening.
Teschner will introduce Key West to her work through a lively narrative event in which she combines digital projections and poetic text to explore our changing seas.
Artist in Residence and renowned UK theater director, Laurie Sansom leads his students through a staged reading of short dramas by Tennessee Williams. Sansom’s students will showcase their honed acting skills while sharing some of Williams lesser known works with a Key West audience. A talkback with Sansom and his students will follow the performance.
The Fall foliage will be at its peak for The Studios’ customized tour of the many art destinations north of Manhattan. From the 19th century homes of the Hudson River School painters to the cutting edge contemporary art at Dia and Storm King, we’ll travel in style, feast on culture and and eat like kings.
No one ever accused Suzanne of being subtle, not the shuttle driver who took her to the airport, the women she was in line with at the grocery store yesterday and certainly not her audiences.
Subtle, she is not!
Suzanne never does the same show twice. She can’t. She doesn’t write anything down. She charges boldly on the stage and what happens is always a mystery and a delight.
Enjoy a wild night of comedy during Womenfest!
In a few short years, since picking up the banjo, this young songwriter and bandleader went from playing rural Florida watering holes to performing on PBS alongside Alison Krauss and licensing music for the likes of Disney Pixar.
Dust off your bedazzled body suit and head to the Bottlecap Groove Lounge to celebrate the late, spectacular, David Bowie & Prince.
There is no entry fee (these idols would have wanted us to all party together for free!)
This happy hour will include the following phenomenal activities, with all tips benefiting The Studios of Key West.
Back by popular demand (and because, well... Star Wars!) Key West Burlesque opens their first ever Star Wars parody burlesque show. The always outrageous bump and grind babes take the beloved trilogy of the first three Star Wars films and drops them into the glittering, glamorous world of burlesque!
Key West Water Dance is part of a massive national happening, with simultaneous dance performances across the country calling attention to water issues. Our contribution takes place on White Street Pier as the sun rises over the Florida Straits, featuring choreographed movements by volunteer and professional dancers, and newly commissioned music by the Haitian super-group Orchestre Christophiles.
Celebrating National Poetry Month The Key West Poetry Guild will present a reading at The Studios of Key West 533 Eaton St.Honoring the Guild's rich history and the Poets that came before them, members of the Guild will read the work of Robert Frost, Elizabeth Bishop, James Merrill, Shel Silverstein, and more. All are welcome to this free event.
This spring, Dance Key West teams up with MARC — a local non-profit serving adults with developmental disabilities — for an innovative project that nurtures creative spirits. See the inspiring results during this one-night only dance showcase!
Known for his wonderful sense of the ridiculous, Ben's songs explore the unique history and ribald character of Key West. From Conch Train to Sloppy Joe’s Bar 1984, Ben brings delightfully absurd tales to life. Highlighting new material from his latest album, DESTINO, plus many old favorites.
Saucy international soprano Melody Cooper ignites The Studios’ stage with the music of Spain, Cuba and Latin America. Expect an evening of lyrical melodies, passionate poetry and sizzling rhythms. Joining her is pianist Sergio Puig, salsa band Caribe and many special guests.
With over 35 years in show business, working on such classics as Laverne & Shirley, Cheers, Mork & Mindy, and Full House, and with over 15 years with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show, Perlow’s unique show answers all of your wildest questions about the stars and celebrities he has had the pleasure (and not such pleasure) of working with.
Our popular annual tour grants you entry to the studios and homes of working artists. Once again this year we venture off the rock to Stock Island, “the Brooklyn of Key West”! You’ll visit the studios of woodworkers, welders and potters, and you’ll explore the fascinating workspaces of jewelrymakers, painters, and more.
The Emerald Isle is only a song away when Sean Tyrrell takes the stage this St. Patrick’s Day. Born in the rugged and unspoiled West of Ireland and raised within a culture that so treasures its music, Tyrell’s magnificent vocals honor the great tradition of Irish folk singers.
Based on the "Letters Live" performance series, Letters of Note takes a closer look at Tennessee William's correspondence with some of the most famous people of his time, as well as his more intimate correspondences, providing an intriguing glimpse into the author's emotional and artistic life.
You’ll enjoy a very now version of Mozart's comic singspiel Der Schauspieldirektor with fashionista costumes, dueling sopranos, battling baritones, a libidinous backer and one very broke producer. The same old story, brand new.
Photo credit: Randi Baird Photography
Toronto’s Jon Brooks stands among an exalted few in the enduring Canadian song tradition – Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young – as a lyricist, composer and performer with a fierce commitment to his craft and his vision. His voice is, at turns, powerful, beautiful, and infinitely kind.
The inaugural edition of our visual arts conference tackles issues of nature, identity and place. How do we imprint ourselves on the landscape? How does nature condition who we are? Key West serves as the backdrop for a series of exhibitions, workshops, conversations and receptions, based on the premise that visual art can inspire change: individually, locally and globally.
Ben Pegg curates a night of music highlighting the greatest vocal gems of Key West. Do you know that Les Green (of Patrick and the Swayzees) is a Motown powerhouse? Or that Tory Mata, who serves you healthy eats, also possesses a sobering angelic voice? Ben uncovers these talents, and a few others in a night devoted to the classic voices of Key West that are hidden beneath the beer and sun-drenched covers of Duval.
With wry humor and a guitar style that’s all his own, Tom Rush is a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. His shows are filled with the rib-aching laughter of terrific storytelling, the sweet melancholy of ballads, and the passion of gritty blues.
From the sultry glitz and glamour of Havana nightlife in the 1950s to the dangers of the coming revolution, Alvarez tells the story of his family’s decision to set sail into the unknown in 1964, in a boat that barely held his family. Winner, “Best of Hollywood Fringe” and “Top Solo Performance, Fringe NYC.”
Last Stand will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, January 21st, at 6:00 pm, at The Studios of Key West, 533 Eaton Street in Key West. This year’s program features the award-winning photography of Mac Stone.
The project takes the shape of a short experimental documentary film, and integrates written text, music, still images, video, archival super-8 footage, formal and informal interviews, soundscapes, animation, and voice over to create a narrative that sits close the heart of what it means to be human – our longing for home.
Photographer Ralph DePalma is as much a part of Key West’s music scene as the musicians he’s documenting. From the rhythm guys who keep the beat steady to local celebs like Barry Cuda and Bill Blue, Ralph pays homage to a generation of musicians at the heart of the island’s soul.
Key West Film Festival is on its way! The Studios of Key West is excited to be one of KWFF’s featured theater venues, alongside San Carlos Institute, and Key West Theater & Community Stage. For more information visit www.kwfilmfest.com. Members of The Studios of Key West will be amongst the first to know once the 2015 program is unveiled and ticket sales begin.
He’s been called the ‘hardest working musician in Key West’ and his original songs — honest, funny and touching — are inspired by almost 25 years of living and making music in paradise. Backed by the island’s best musicians, we’re thrilled to have this hometown favorite back for his third concert at The Studios!
Dan Bern has been called a “lyrical genius” — and with a tip of the hat to Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash, The Beatles, and young Bob Dylan — he marvels at life's beauty and complexity with a fresh, uncompromising style.
Locals and tourists alike bid on one-of-a-kind decorated bras created by professional artists and modeled by five of Key West's finest women. Bid high as all proceeds are donated to Womankind to provide breast cancer screening and clinical breast exams to local women.
Artist Lori Pratico creates a large-scale temporary mural in the Kat in the Hat classroom. On the evening of Sept 10th, visitors are invited to watch her put the finishing touches on her painting, then join the artist for a meet and greet cocktail hour. Girl Noticed is a national project that utilizes temporary murals to draw attention to the important role of women in our society.
Beloved Key West musician Larry Smith will be showcasing his talents as composer, accompanist, and arranger for a special evening at TSKW. His eclectic program will include examples of his personal interpretations of jazz standards, his skillful accompaniment of guest singers and instrumentalists, and his prolific and artful composing abilities. Be prepared for some special surprise guests!
The Village Voice calls Miss Tess and the Talkbacks the perfect instance of “Nashville meets Brooklyn”. With their honey-coated vocals and edgy prowess, it’s an apt description of the quartet. Miss Tess backs up the wry wit and 1940s glam with a solid backbone of musical talent, drawing comparisons to everyone from Patsy Cline to Tom Waits to Bette Midler.
Jose Elias and Morikeba Kouyate, along with 3 New Orleans-based world musicians, present an evening of stories and music from around the globe. Grammy-nominated Elias is known for peppering his lively performances with informative anecdotes. Kouyate, a seventh-generation Griot has been introducing audiences to the music of Senegal for over thirty years, entertaining audiences while keeping an important tradition alive.
The first Shoe Burnin’ occurred on a winter’s night; when the firewood ran out, a box of shoes provided the fuel that enabled a group of friends to continue swapping stories late into the night. Today, the tradition continues with the best writers in the South and the best songwriters in Nashville coming together for unique storytelling and musical events.
Drawn from plays, letters, and journals, this unique collection of staged readings explores the love, loss, and loyalty of the famous playwright and his sister and muse Rose. Developed and directed by Rebecca Tomlinson, Tennessee’s Rose is presented by the Tennessee Williams Exhibit as part of its annual Tennessee Williams Birthday Celebration
ImprovBoston, celebrating its 30th anniversary, is one of the nation’s preeminent comedy troupes. These quick-thinking comics consistently win awards across the Northeast, and tour the country with comedy hits and perpetually reinvented shows.
A founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John McEuen is a powerhouse, logging 8,500 concerts over 3 million miles since 1964. He’s jammed with Phish and with a herd of goats on Sesame Street. Arguably though, McEuen's greatest legacy may be what Rolling Stone deemed “The most important record to come out of Nashville” - Will the Circle Be Unbroken.
Step through the looking glass into a glamorous fairytale world of mad hatters and magic, mirrors and rushing rabbits, caterpillars and chessboards, where nothing is quite what it seems!
At the magical home of Stephen Selka.
Mimi Pond is a cartoonist, illustrator, humorist, and writer. Her first long-form graphic memoir, Over Easy, detailing her post-art school years in the Bay Area, will be published by D+Q in Spring 2014. Her credits for television include the first full-length episode of The Simpsons, "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire," in 1989, and episodes for the television shows Designing Women and Pee-wee's Playhouse.
Diana inspired the world when she walked onto the shores of Key West after her epic 53-hour swim from Cuba. Now she brings her powerful story of perseverance to the stage.
Please Note: This event will be held at the historic Armory in Key West, 600 White Street, the former home base of The Studios of Key West.
This special event will showcase the documentary and work of Wayne White. The film chronicles the vaulted highs and the crushing lows of a commercial artist struggling to find peace and balance between his work and his art
The incredible beauty of Florida Bay is apparent to all of us. What is less obvious is the decades-long, behind-the-scenes effort of dozens of conservation groups to restore the Everglades and improve Florida Bay.
Slide Show is a reinvention of a retrograde paradigm, a melding of narrative and visual into a dynamic whole. But really it’s people telling stories and showing images in a dark room in front of an audience; a combination of your uncle’s vacation pictures and an episode of This American Life - without the questionable hairstyles.
Winner of the Nickelodeon Award for Best Children's Theater, Family Show is considered the “Pixar” of Live Comedy. Kids love it! Adults dig it too. Our improv and music extravaganza is completely invented on the spot based on your suggestions. Best of all, children who want to participate have opportunities to hop on stage and take part in the fun!