St. Petersburg College’s Community Wind Symphony and Community Concert Band have something in store for everyone at the Community Connections Concert – our final bands concert of the Spring 2017 semester.
On Sunday, Oct. 30 at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA), four SPC theater students (and their professor) assisted in a gallery talk entitled “An Introduction to Satirical Opera”. Gail Simon, LRMA docent and researcher, who is also a student of theater, presented an intricately detailed account of John Gay’s “Beggar’s Opera” and Bertolt … Continue reading SPC theater students perform at LRMA gallery talk
SPC theater auditions for fall 2016 production, Feathers and Teeth are now open. Learn more about the upcoming SPC theater auditions below. From acting, stage production, costume and set design to house management, the theater arts program at St. Petersburg College empowers students to explore their creativity and hone their stagecraft. Before you attend the … Continue reading SPC theater auditions start Aug. 23
St. Petersburg College will hold auditions for their Musical Theater Workshop on Thursday, Aug. 11. Who should take SPC’s Musical Theater Workshop? Do you want to learn how to act a song? Do you want to learn how to be more comfortable while singing on stage? Do you want to learn how to sing with … Continue reading Musical Theater Workshop auditions held Aug. 11
Feathers and Teeth Auditions: Aug. 23-24, 2016 / 4:30-7:30pm / Arts Auditorium, Clearwater Campus Performances Oct. 12-15: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 15-16: 2 p.m. A Play by: Charise Castro Smith Directed by: Scott Cooper Something is wrong in Chris’ house. The thing that dad hit with his car doesn’t seem to want to die and her … Continue reading Fall Auditions
The SPC Theater department wants you….to be a better public speaker, to create things with your own two hands, to imagine something and then make it a reality, to develop better communication skills, to collaborate with others, to empathize with all kinds of people and characters and to push your critical thinking skills to their … Continue reading Why should you take theater courses at SPC…..
Exciting classes are happening in the fall in the theater department and hope that you can join us! Fall Classes in Theater at SPC: Class Day/Time Instructor MUO 1001-1002 Musical Theater Workshop Mondays from 6:00-9:00pm. Gibbs Campus/ Music Center Cooper THE 2000—Intro to Theater Arts F2F or Online T/R 12:30-1:45pm Cooper TPA 2200C-1 Stagecraft T/R 11:00am-12:30pm … Continue reading 2016 Fall at SPC Theater Department
Three-time Latin Grammy nominee Jovino Santos Neto will join Brazilian jazz sextet O Som Do Jazz for a concert of original works by Jovino that fuse jazz, Northeastern Brazilian styles and classic Brazilian Bossa Nova and MPB. Neto, a master pianist, flautist and composer, was born in Rio de Janeiro, and his career has been … Continue reading SPC Music Center hosts Brazilian Jazz great
Melissa Petrescue describes herself as “a business major in college and a music major in life.” Currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Leadership, she credits SPC with opening doors for her educationally, musically and professionally. As an award-winning concert pianist, Petrescue has performed with the Florida Orchestra and at Busch Gardens Tampa … Continue reading SPC student performs with Florida Orchestra, Busch Gardens
Look out, here comes Audrey 2! The beloved musical, Little Shop of Horrors, opens next week at SPC and it is going to be a good one! Featuring a cast of 15 (and one theater faculty member on certain days) the rollicking musical will have 6 performances plus an open dress rehearsal (Tuesday, … Continue reading LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS opens April 6