By Ray Bradbury
Directed by Katrina Stevenson
Sep. 5 – 30, 2012
Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm
Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Teachers: we have daytime performances of Fahrenheit 451 on Sep.
27 and 28 at 11am, and a greatly reduced student group rate.
Bluebird Books Bus Days
The Bluebird Books Bus will be in front of the Shimberg Playhouse on Sundays Sep. 16 and 30 from 2–4pm for public enjoyment. There will be a selection of classical, counter-cultural, dystopic and banned books available. Visitors may even be treated to a gilmpse of typewriter work by a “captive poet!”
Bluebird Books is a literary-themed mobile project space housed in a converted bus – part bookshop, part art house; it’s a vehicle where readers of all ages can explore the written word. Donation-based sales of gently-used books, locally designed artist books, handmade notebooks and ephemera will support cultural events such as play readings, book-art exhibits, poetry readings, and bookmaking workshops for the community at large. At a time when public libraries and bookstores often struggle, Bluebird Books continues to celebrate the art of the book in all its forms.
Jobsite Producing Artistic Director David Jenkins offers that “this is a great way for us to continue to work with like-minded organizations in our community. We think this is a perfect partnership, and we hope that people will come down to the show early, enjoy the bus and a cold drink on a nice afternoon, and maybe even stroll over to the newly-appointed Curtis Hixon Park before the show.”
Dark Entries: Jobsite and Dystopia
The other day, a long-time passholder told me how badly I creeped them out as O’Brien in 1984. They said it took a few years
Why we do not offer age recommendations or content warnings
This seems to be a good time to open up this conversation again, as we are getting a larger than usual number of questions about
Dollars and sense: this is as plain as it gets!
**UPDATE 7/31: We are in the FINAL HOURS of this sale, call 813.229.7827 by 8p tonight to $AVE!** Starting with Fahrenheit 451, our single ticket
Stage take on Bradbury’s ‘Farenheit 451’ hits the Straz – Tampa Tribune
Jobsite presents Bradbury’s stage version of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ – Tampa Bay Times
Cast & Crew
- Katrina Stevenson – Director
- Matthew Ray – Stage Manager
- Ned Averill-Snell – Faber/Robert Louis Stevenson
- Katie Castonguay – Clarisse/Helen
- Giles Davies – Beatty/Aristotle
- Jon Gennari – Holden/1st Paramedic/Herman Melville
- Chris Jackson – Montag
- Dana Kovar – Mrs. Hudson/Alice/Louis Carrol
- Daniel Rosenstrauch – Black/2nd Paramedic/JRR Tolkein
- Nicole Jeannine Smith – Mildred/Bronte
- Aaron E. Tucker – Voice Over Artist
- Kelby Siddons – Voice Over Artist
- Caryl Butterley* – Sound Designer
- David M. Jenkins* – Sound Designer
- Greg Newcomb – Poster Artist
- Brian M. Smallheer – Scenic/Lighting Designer
- Beth Tepe-Robertson – Costume Designer
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