WRITE A PLAY Reaches Farther

Florida Studio Theatre’s award-winning arts-in education program, WRITE A PLAY, is back in full swing! The program kicked off in September with a bold new interpretation of Charlotte’s Web, bringing classes and educational groups to FST’s campus. One Tuttle Elementary student said, “This is my first field trip, and it’s the best one ever!” Another student, Michael M., shared, “That was phenomenal, I would give … Continue reading WRITE A PLAY Reaches Farther

Welcome to the Edge: Stage III Returns

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, FST’s Stage III Series returns to the Bowne’s Lab stage. Designed for the adventurous theatre-goer, Stage III produces edgy plays that are challenging in content and unique in form. This year’s lineup is particularly exciting, featuring two World Premieres and one Regional Premiere. THE CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE The process of getting pregnant and preparing to welcome a … Continue reading Welcome to the Edge: Stage III Returns

Go Backstage or Onstage With The FST School

Has an FST production ever inspired you to want to get involved in the theatre as a creator or arts appreciator? From center stage to the writer’s room to the rehearsal hall, the FST School offers theatre fans a myriad of opportunities to dive more deeply into the art form. At the FST school, students learn from the professionals through classes in Acting, Improvisation, Playwrighting, … Continue reading Go Backstage or Onstage With The FST School

Jim Prosser’s 30th Year With FST!

FST’s latest hit Cabaret, The ’70s: More Than A Decade, opens with “A Fifth of Beethoven” written by Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band and adapted by FST Resident Pianist Jim Prosser. “Jim takes classical and well-known songs and turns them on their heads,” said Managing Director and Cabaret Developer Rebecca Hopkins. “He wants audiences to know the words and the music. He wants … Continue reading Jim Prosser’s 30th Year With FST!

Network: A Human Story

This Winter, FST presents the Regional Premiere of Network, a thrilling dramatic retelling of the 1976 Academy Award-winning film by Paddy Chayefsky. Adapted by Lee Hall, Network follows Howard Beale, a veteran anchorman who is fired for not bringing in enough viewers. Furious that he is being let go after 25 years with the network, Howard has a mental breakdown live on air during his … Continue reading Network: A Human Story

The Man of Many Hats: Meet Kevin Loreque of “What the Constitution Means to Me”

Kevin Loreque was last seen at FST in 2014 playing Patsy in Monty Python’s Spamalot, an outrageous parody of the legend of King Arthur and his search for the Holy Grail. This season, he shows off his dramatic acting skills in the Obie Award-winning play, What the Constitution Means to Me, now playing in FST’s Keating Theatre through February 26, 2023. Over the course of the 90-minute play, … Continue reading The Man of Many Hats: Meet Kevin Loreque of “What the Constitution Means to Me”

As Seen on TV

“I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!” Sound familiar? This famous line originally comes from Paddy Chayefsky’s 1976 Academy Award-winning film, Network. This Season, FST is proud to produce the Regional Premiere adaptation of this timely play on our Mainstage. Network tells the story of Howard Beale, a veteran news anchor who has just learned he’s being let go for … Continue reading As Seen on TV

Expecting: A Miracle

Imagine a world in which, within the first few months of pregnancy, you’re able to know how your unborn child will look and behave — if they will have brown eyes, dimples, a sweet disposition, or a rebellious streak. In Jacqueline Goldfinger’s dark comedy, Babel, expectant parents can have all of these answers as early as the first trimester thanks to a new genetic test. … Continue reading Expecting: A Miracle

Get to Know Motown Trivia King, Ben Senneff

Musician and theatre artist Ben Senneff makes his FST debut with the theatre’s latest Cabaret, A Place in the Sun: A Tribute to Stevie Wonder. This high-energy salute to the music legend is packed with more than two dozen of Wonder’s biggest hits, including “I Just Called to Say I Love You,” “Superstition,” and “Isn’t She Lovely?” When Senneff discovered the magic of Stevie Wonder, … Continue reading Get to Know Motown Trivia King, Ben Senneff

Singing the Songs of Stevie Wonder – Get to Know Cast Member, Joshua Pyram

Stevie Wonder was child prodigy who signed with a record label when he was just 11 years old and topped the Billboard chart with his single “Fingertips” at the age of 13. Like Wonder, Joshua Pyram has been performing and playing music since he was young and growing up in Brooklyn. With A Place in the Sun – A Tribute to Stevie Wonder, Pyram has … Continue reading Singing the Songs of Stevie Wonder – Get to Know Cast Member, Joshua Pyram