One From The Vaults
Like most live arts and entertainment outlets we’re still adjusting to not being able to do the one thing that makes us, well, us: bringing people together for a collective experience. Nothing can replace the dynamic, emergent, and communal magic of a live event but in a time like this we need to adapt in order to find ways to bring people “together” and share stories.
In One From the Vaults, we offer clips from past performances as well as personal stories from our artists about their favorite moments and experiences working with us on some of our most iconic productions.
Currently in this series you’ll find clips of shows like The Threepenny Opera, Annapurna, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, HIR, and personal entries from Paul Potenza, Amy E. Gray, Spencer Meyers, and Salem “Newt” Brophy. We’ve also added a few looks back to shows like The Maids and boom! with review reels that feature show footage and quotes from the press.
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EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT! We’ve received a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay that will help us continue to do our work in the
UPDATED SEP. 7: The health and safety of our guests, artists, and staff is our top priority. Our re-opening process has been slow, methodical, and
Zachary Hines performs Ludo’s “Love Me Dead” in Vampire Lesbians of Sodom
The top of the second half of Jobsite Theater’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
The top of show for Jobsite Theater’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.