Sibling revelry: Jobsite goes ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’

  It’s a week before opening, and the cast and crew of Dancing at Lughnasa are gathered in the intimate Shimberg Playhouse, one of Jobsite Theatre’s performance venues inside the Straz Theater complex in downtown Tampa. Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa is a drama...
Review: ‘Strait of Gibraltar’ at American Stage

Review: ‘Strait of Gibraltar’ at American Stage

The moment of foreshadowing in Strait of Gibraltar arrives three-quarters of the way through the first act. In a New York City apartment, Sameer is telling his new girlfriend about how he gets what he wants from his domineering father, a businessman back home in...

Abraham, Martin, John, Bobby, Dick, Phil and Dion

Fifty years ago, all Americans were gripped by shock and sadness by the back-to-back assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. King, the leading figure in the country’s civil rights movement, was gunned down in Memphis on April 4,...