Through its music, Indecent doesn’t just dip a toe into Judaism. It jumps in with both feet.
Announcing the cast of White Rabbit Red Rabbit, American Stage's first experimental production.
American Stage director says we should remember context going into this controversial play
A note from Helen R. Murray, the director of "Indecent" by Paula Vogel.
Why is American Stage producer 'La Gringa'? Why now?
An Open Letter to Everyone Who Has Felt In-Between Cultures
A note from Sharifa Yasmin, director of 'Disgraced' at American Stage.
It's happening at the same time as American Stage's "Ragtime - the Musical'. Just in time for the actors to perform at the historic site during the public ceremony.
And all the ones you can’t. It’s the complete theatre guide in Tampa, St. Pete, and Sarasota.
IT'S NEVER BEEN MORE EXPENSIVE TO MAKE THEATRE
A nine-piece band, a 23 person cast of local teachers, community members, advocates, students, a Broadway veteran, and more make up American Stage’s ‘Ragtime the Musical’.
Not every kids want to be an actor, but theatre camp students will leave with experiences they won’t soon forget.
It’s never been produced. But 'The Figs' will debut at the Lift Every Voice New Play Festival this March.
Here’s what to see in Tampa Bay, St. Pete, and Sarasota this month. Plus, five of our favorites.
Get out of the house, sad. Here are seven things you can do all by your lonesome (or with friends!) in Tampa Bay this Valentine’s Day week.
It’s your month, spend it however you like. We just hope you see some good theatre, or at least, bad theatre with thoughtful reflections.
We’re $4,000 away from meeting our end-of-year goal. It’s so close, we can taste it.
Playwright Fernando Segall’s drama, “Saudades” will soon make its New York debut two years after appearing at the American Stage New Play Festival. How did this young writer do it? It started with a lot of “no's”.
American Stage announces queer Chicago-based cultural designer, director, and dramaturg as the keynote speaker for the upcoming Life Every Voice: New Play Festival at the James Museum this March.
This time around, "Crimes of the Heart” at American Stage will see a diverse cast and funky, fun, movement.
Chicago based director Elizabeth Margolius is here in St. Pete to bring this classic play to life.
Coming this March, American Stage's annual Lift Every Voice: New Play Festival is coming to downtown St. Pete's James Museum for a three day festival full of new plays, playwrights, and art.
Plus, five shows that you shouldn’t miss if you want to start off the New Year right. Not a threat, just a promise.
Sometimes Family Transcends What’s Socially Acceptable - Especially in the South
From mental illness to fighting against the patriarchy, "Crimes of the Heart" brings painfully real-life themes to life while telling the tale of sisterhood - and murderous intent. See it at American Stage this January.
"The Colored Museum", written by George C. Wolfe and soon to hit American Stage Theatre Company, dives into complicated topics using high-brow comedy. Here's a few of the central themes of this racially-charged play.
"In the Limelight" is a St. Pete-centric podcast running with two hosts - Matthew McGee, and American Stage Director of Education José Avilés. They interview a rotating list of St. Pete artists and creatives each month.
Here's a list of theatre productions happening in Tampa Bay and Sarasota this October. Plus, top five must sees to put on your spooky season bucket list.
With a possible category 3 hurricane barreling toward Tampa Bay, the city's local theatre companies are not immune to the loss of revenue and potential destruction to come.
Yes, and ... meet Davina Reed! She's the improv teacher at American Stage's new Drama School and a previous graduate at the theatre company's former improv school.
An interview with American Stage dance captain, teacher, actor, and New Yorker, Zummy Mohammed.
You might remember Ivy Sunflower from American Stage's 2021 production of "School Girls". Now she's working with American Stage Education as a teaching artist! Learn more about this gifted artist and what inspires her to be an educator.
Meet the playwright of the rock opera "Green Day's American Idiot"!
Meet the director of "Green Day's American Idiot" in this emotional and moving love letter to punk rock.
St. Pete costume designer Jordan Jeffers is diving into the world of punk for his next project Green Day's American Idiot. We asked him some questions about his design inspiration and what it is like creating this world.
In a lot of ways our journey, as a theatre and as a people, is starting anew. As we move forward in everything we do I guarantee powerful stories, boldly told.
Read about what American Stage has planned for it's 45th season.
Learn more about American Stage's First Black Female Director
Learn some fun facts about our current production of Footloose, now running in the park!
American Stage in the Park returns to Demens Landing this April with the long anticipated production of Footloose. It has been three full years since American Stage has had a Park production. Let’s revisit some of the history of American Stage in the Park and Demens Landing.
Making his Mainstage debut is long-time area performer Nicholas Perez-Hoop. He'll be taking on the role of Roy in our contemporary and multicultural production of THE ODD COUPLE!
American Stage is releasing the latest episode of Spotlight: The American Stage Podcast.
Get to know Trenton McFarlane, one of our American Stage Apprentices.