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Patron Saints: Dr. Phillip Nelson

Patron Saints: Dr. Phillip Nelson

April 3, 2013

Dr. Phillip Nelson moved to The Glenridge on Palmer Ranch retirement community about a decade ago. The retired OB/GYN had been involved in community theater in his past and was searching for an activity in which to get involved.

HIGHLIGHTS: Booker VPA's spring dance show springs audience to life

HIGHLIGHTS: Booker VPA's spring dance show springs audience to life

April 3, 2013

Photos by Rachel S. O'Hara Spring isn't the only thing that's sprung. The students of Booker VPA's dance program leapt, pirouetted and moved gracefully across the stage during the Spring Dance Show, which took place from Mrch 28 to 30. Students were en pointe — and not just because they danced ballet — they tackled modern styles, too. Booker VPA dance students spent nine weeks carefully learning and rehearsing the professionally choreographed college-level dance program. Their styles reflect mature sophistication but at times were also comedic.

Art Imitating Life: Sarasota Ballet

Art Imitating Life: Sarasota Ballet

April 3, 2013

It's not only Sarasota Ballet's dancers' first time dancing 'La Fille mal Gardée,' it's their first time dancing roles of 'real' people.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

April 3, 2013

Complexus is official; LBKCA hosts picture-perfect exhibit; Patron Saints

Spotlight: Dick Hyman shakes up upcoming performance

Spotlight: Dick Hyman shakes up upcoming performance

April 3, 2013

The practically unknown independent film, "Alan & Naomi," opens with a visual sequence of children playing stickball, in 1942, in the streets of Brooklyn, with instrumental underscoring that plays quietly during the sequence.

Music Review: Sarasota Opera — The Verdi concert

Music Review: Sarasota Opera — The Verdi concert

April 3, 2013

One of the greatest of all opera composers, Giuseppe Verdi, is having what would be his 200th birthday celebrated all this year, and Sarasota Opera, being one of the greatest proponents of his work, got an almost seven-month lead (his actual date of birth was Oct. 10, 1813) with a massive concert, at the Opera House, featuring some of his best and least known works.

Theater Review: 'The Game's Afoot'

Theater Review: 'The Game's Afoot'

April 3, 2013

The premiere of Asolo Rep's latest play was to die for, loaded with laughter and applause

Theater Review: 'Harvey'

Theater Review: 'Harvey'

April 3, 2013

"Harvey" is probably best known as a 1950 film starring Jimmy Stewart and Josephine Hull. Mary Chase, who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for drama as a result, wrote the play. The Players' production captures all the old-fashioned quaintness of a slower, simpler time.

3 Things: Boom Times

3 Things: Boom Times

April 3, 2013

The year 1926 was the peak of Sarasota's first real-estate boom, and homes from that era still dot the town's older neighborhoods.

Foodie eats her way to the theater

Foodie eats her way to the theater

April 3, 2013

It is right up there with "What do women want?" on the list of enduring, if not endearing, questions: "Where shall we eat before we go to … "



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