SPC Theater is excited to announce its high school/college summer musical – PIPPIN. Performances are scheduled for June 28-30.
Hear renowned pianist Kevin Kenner in a recital at the SPC Music Center at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. The event is free for SPC students.
Broadway World honored the SPC Theater Department’s rendition of Urinetown, naming it as one of the Top 10 local theater performances in 2018. SPC graduate Chelsea Hooker was also highlighted for her stage and vocal performances.
SPC Theater will perform Medea March 27-31 at the Arts Auditorium on the Clearwater Campus. Performances will be March 28, 7:30 p.m., March 30 at 2 p.m. and March 31 at 2 p.m. SPC students, faculty and staff are free; general admission is $10.
Actor Lamman Rucker, who performs in the OWN network series, Greenleaf, will be coming to St. Petersburg to star in the new show, DREAM FOR AMERICA, which will be produced at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College on Jan. 13 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
For the third year in a row, St. Petersburg College is partnering with the Gasparilla Music Foundation to support music and education through the community outreach program Recycled Tunes.
St. Petersburg College Ceramics faculty and students, along with local business partner Highwater Clays, are putting on an Empty Bowls luncheon November 3, 2018 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to benefit RCS Pinellas. The luncheon will feature soup served in bowls made by SPC students, faculty, and local artists. Attendees will choose a bowl, and enjoy … Continue reading Ceramics Program Holds Third Annual Empty Bowls
Performances are happening: There are six performances of Noises Off in the AA Arts Auditorium at the SPC Clearwater Campus at 2464 Drew St., Clearwater. October 17, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30 pm October 20, 21 at 2 pm Noises Off: You Must Go! The SPC Theater Department is presenting the play Noises Off. It is a 1982 play by the … Continue reading SPC Theater Presents Noises Off the play October 17-21
This fall, 10 St. Petersburg College theater students are working every Friday to build a set for Jobsite Theater’s production of Edgar & Emily. “I thought it was a great way to get students out working in the professional theater world but also be able to educate them on how to work in professional theater,” said Theater Professor Scott Cooper.
A great networking opportunity for artists is coming up at the second annual Creative Career Summit on Sept. 26 at the Palladium Theater at St. Petersburg College. John Collins, Executive Director of the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance, will open the event with an overview of the economic impact of the arts in the St. Petersburg area.