Sarah Ruhl's adaptation of Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" tells the life and times of 300 year old Orlando, and explores the fluidity of gender and sexuality.
The collapse of yet another piece of our childhood has taken the form of a statue depicting an overweight and naked Bill Cosby by sculptor Rodman Edwards.
Lights on Tampa 2015 brought together the masses for lights, dance, music, and food at Curtis Hixon Park in Downtown Tampa.
"Butcher Holler" is a play that forces the audience to be a part of its madness, and makes no promises that you'll survive.
Much Ado - Immersive Performance & Exhibition uses art and live performance to take guests on a journey through one of Shakespeare's most beloved comedies.
First Fridays Seminole Heights celebrated its very first of 2015, bringing in the masses for art, culture, food, and drink.
Ashley Cope's Unsounded is a comic set in a dark fantasy world with creatures, magic, horror and fun, and it comes straight out of St. Petersburg.
The Hi-5 Pop-Up Shop and exhibition celebrates Tempus Projects' last 5 years of bringing together Tampa Bay's finest people, businesses, and art.
J. Wesley Allen and his Studio Waza partner, Takashi Hirose, specialize in creating mixed media commercial art that combines ceramics and glass work.
"Bones" is a twisted comedy about two brothers trying to keep their porn cinema afloat & their necks off the chopping block of the gangsters they owe money.