- Archikulture Digest
- September 25, 2021
A meditation on death, English literature and cancer.
Day two of Press Prevues.
Day one of Orlando Fringe prevues.
Fun and games at The Abby, one of the off site venues
A racy cabaret filled with innuendo.
Plants attempt vengeance on vegetarians.
Women’s liberation told through the big hits of the 20th Century.
Shakespear’s fluffiest play presented “in the Park.”
April was National Poetry Month, but in 8th grade Language Arts, mastering the use of poetic devices isn’t necessarily the most important thing about the poetry unit.
Great theater in an abandoned shopping mall.
Young and rising rapper loses his big break when he contracts a debilitating disease.
Musical theater hits sung in alphabetical order.
Live theater returns to Seminole College on a rainy night outside.
A black family in 1950’s Chicago struggles to find stability and the American Dream.
It’s the “Mutt and Jeff” Caberet!
Comedy and romance – It’s all Greek to me!
Song about change for our challenging new world.
Let’s head down to Music Row in Nashville!
A teacher’s-eye-view of standardized testing in 8th grade.
Who knew you could sanitize a Christmas Carol even more that we did last year?