The music is stunning, the choreography iconic and the message more important than ever. Jerome Robbins, Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, and Stephen Sondheim’s legendary masterpiece brilliantly illustrates the devastation and futility of gang violence.
There is an additional matinee at 3pm on Friday, November 20.
Stacey Knights performance blends American contemporary and pop/jazz influences, crafting a sound that she calls “fresh-squeezed” jazz. Knights appears with Brad Carlton on guitar, Dave Mankes on keyboards and Mike Conway on drums
Teach & Taste Wine is the second wine tasting workshop series organized by Time For Wine at the Carrollwood Cultural Center. Through a series of 6 classes, wine guide Charles Visalli will teach you how to taste wine, wine countries, how to choose a wine, food pairing, and much more.
Want to find out more about The Children's Home? Take part in our monthly Visitor Inspiration Program for a tour of the campus and find out how we are helping local children and families.Each event is limited to 15 people, and you must register in advance to reserve your spot.Custom tours are available for larger groups. Please call (813) 864-1536 to find out more!
The Sarasota Opera Guild presents "A Night In New Orleans" Wed. Nov. 18th with social hour at at 6:00 PM. Celebrating cajun and creole food, special New Orleans drinks, Dixieland music, handmade feather masks and more at the Sarasota Opera House for the benefit of the Sarasota Opera Association. There will be a King or Queen reigning plus Dukes and Maids and Revelers.
Renee Polmear from the Kassel Society will discuss the United States Army Air Corp 445th Bomb Group's tragic bombing mission to Germany. On September 27 1944 in just over three minutes, 25 B-24’s, went down in a forest in central Germany. Only 4 of 35 B-24’s made it back to the base. A video will also be presented, questions will be welcome.