E2C: Music + Magic at Seaside Rep Theatre
Escape to Create 2014 Season of Visiting Artist Performances
Jan 11: art | ideas
Photography and mixed-‐media works by artist Jenny Krasner expose social and environmental issues underlying the rapid modernization of China. Awarded journalist and author Cynthia Barnett explains how fresh water sources are vanishing and what we can do about it in Blue Revolution: A Water Ethic for America and Florida. Tickets $25, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Jan 23: film
Filmaker Elam Stoltzfus screens his stunning cinematic journey through the proposed Florida Wildlife Corridor in a trek from the southern tip of the Everglades to the northern edge of the great Okefenokee Forest with a special preview of his 30A Dune Lakes documentary. $10 donation is suggested, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Jan 25: magic | music
An unforgettable evening with master illusionist Jeanette Andrews, praised in national media for her inspired "magic for the twenty-first century". Groove to the jazz and tango-inspired rhythms of celebrated Kansas City pianist Mark Lowrey in a captivating performance of original compositions and beloved standards. Tickets $25, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Jan 30: music
Granville Automatic returns from their national tour documenting endangered Civil War batlefields in video and original songs of perseverance and los. Recording artist, author and singer-songwriter Tommy Womack's searing lyrics and bluesy rock/country-folk music have earned the Nashville favorite multiple awards. Tickets $25, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Feb 15: drama | music
Celebrate the season of romance with our second annual Valentine to 30A.Seaside Repertory Theatre actors bring heart and soul to the most loveable lines written for stage. Enjoy the sultry vocals and smart, sexy lyrics of awarded singer-songwriter Lisa McCormick. Tickets $25, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Feb 22: drama
Compelling drama with acclaimed playwright Kevin Doyle and Shakespearean actor Alan Tilson. Doyle's multi-faceted characters spring to life in animated readings and Tilson's powerful monologue Poor Lear portrays Shakespeare's tragic king in a contemporary setting. Tickets $25, 7:30 pm at Seaside Meeting Hall Theater.
Tickets for all performances are available online at Seaside Repertory Theatre website or by calling The REP at 850-231-0733. Tickets can also be purchased at Amavida coffee locations in Seaside and Rosemary Beach.
Come out during this winter season to take part in several evenings of art, ideas, drama, film, magic and music in the intimate Seaside Repertory Theater setting in Seaside, Florida. Thanks to Escape to Create artists, authors, filmmakers, playwrights, and musicians for bringing a little magic to the South Walton community.
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