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A Look Inside Downtown's Ritz Theatre & Museum

The Ritz Theater has stood in the historic Jacksonville neightborhood of LaVilla for years, but what history lies behind its walls?

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Karrissa Wade Interviews All American Boy: Steve Grand

Metrojacksonville's most colorful correspondent, Karrissa Wade interviews hunky LGBT heart throb singer, Steve Grand. Find out about this interesting young rising star and take a moment to chuckle at Karrissa's reactions to him after the Jump!

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Annie at the Thrasher Horne! Q&A with Annie

The Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts continues its groundbreaking inaugural season under new Executive Director Denton Yockey with a two night performance of the smash Broadway tour of Annie this Thursday and Friday, February 4th & 5th, 2016. Join us after the jump for more information and an exclusive...

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Symphony to Host Virtuoso Violinist William Hagen

The Jacksonville Symphony will host violinist William Hagen and conductor Michael Stern for the sixth Masterworks performance of the season. The concert is part of the Florida Blue Masterworks Series. It is sponsored by Bob and Lynn Alligood.

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THEATRE: Stupid Fn Bird at 5&Dime;

You’ve never seen Chekhov like this. Aaron Posner’s bold and cheeky update of “The Seagull” thrusts us into a country house where unrequited desire is drowned in equal parts alcohol and sarcasm. In true Chekhovian fashion, actresses, playwrights, doctors, and novelists bare their souls as they...

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Cotton Alley Debuts at Players By The Sea

Not only a brilliant, original play from a local talent, but also a theatre that’s encouraging original voices and a cast & crew that are working tirelessly to bring this production to fruition. Challenging, uplifting theatre is all about collaboration and connection. Join Players by the Sea for a...

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Theatre Debut: Eva Chase Wood at the Cummer

In an especially bright season of original theatre authored by Jville writers, Eva Chase Woods sticks out as one of the more enjoyable and charming offerings. Perfectly set inside the elegant meeting hall of the Cummer Museum, the newest directorial production of Barbara Colaciello is wonderful The...

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CCR At The Thrasher-Horne Center

The Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts continues its groundbreaking inaugural season under new Executive Director Denton Yockey with a performance by Creedence Clearwater Revisited, including two founding members of Creedence Clearwater Revival, on Saturday, January 23, 2016.

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Thodos Dance Chicago at The Thrasher-Horne Center

The Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts continues its groundbreaking inaugural season under new Executive Director Denton Yockey with Thodos Dance Chicago and their awe-inspiring modern dance production of A Light In The Dark: The Story of Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan on Thursday, January 28, 2016.

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Ordinary Days Opens at ABET

The story, set in New York City, follows four characters, Claire, Jason, Warren and Deb, exploring how their ordinary lives connect in the most amazing ways. ABET (Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre seems to be committed to the task of catching up to the contemporary standard set by Players By The Sea...

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