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  • 01
    01.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.01
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 01
    01.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.01
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 02
    02.February.Thursday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.02
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 03
    03.February.Friday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.03
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 04
    04.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.04
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 04
    04.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.04
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 05
    05.February.Sunday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.05
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 08
    08.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.08
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 08
    08.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.08
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 09
    09.February.Thursday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.09
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 10
    10.February.Friday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.10
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 11
    11.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.11
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 11
    11.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.11
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 12
    12.February.Sunday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.12
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 12
    12.February.Sunday
    HWFeature

    7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    2017.02.12

    Anywhere, U.S.A.
    featuring Hawk & Wayne
    2015 Best of the Bay Winners! – Critic’s Choice
    “They find more humor in their unscripted hijinks than most actors ever find in the most celebrated of comic texts. If you love to laugh, you ought to give them a look.” -Mark Leib, Creative Loafing
    Now in their 8th season at American Stage, take a comedic road trip with Hawk & Wayne through “Small Town America.” Totally funny and 100% improvised, these 2015 Best of the Bay winners will bring to life an uproarious and ridiculous cast of characters.

  • 13
    13.February.Monday
    ashv-feature

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.13
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    Artists and storytellers from all over the Bay Area come together to share their tales through powerful song, moving poetry, riveting comedy – with the cool piano stylings of Michael Raabe . Take a unique journey that is alternately funny, touching, and incendiary — giving us different perspectives on what is means to love and lie in America.

  • 15
    15.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.15
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 15
    15.February.Wednesday
    Site JT Poster

    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    2017.02.15
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 16
    16.February.Thursday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.16
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 17
    17.February.Friday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.17
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 18
    18.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    2017.02.18
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 18
    18.February.Saturday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.18
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?

  • 19
    19.February.Sunday
    HouseTeams Feature

    7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    2017.02.19
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    HOUSE TEAMS LIVE!
    featuring As Per Usual & Separate Checks
    Hilarious & Interactive Improvised Comedy!
    American Stage Improv House Teams present a night of outrageous improvised comedy. Laugh out loud with As Per Usual and Separate Checks the 3rd Sunday of each month.

  • 19
    19.February.Sunday
    Site JT Poster

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    2017.02.19
    Raymond James Theatre
    163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

    JOE TURNER’S COME & GONE
    by August Wilson
    Directed by L. Peter Callender
    10th and Final Installment in our August Wilson Century Cycle Series
    “Has the haunting power of a ghost story…Electrifying.” -The Washington Post
    Join us for the epic conclusion of American Stage’s journey through August Wilson’s Century Cycle. In a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911, owners Seth and Bertha Holly play host to a makeshift family of people who come to stay – some for days, some longer. Each denizen of the boardinghouse has a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. They include proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South, and a mysterious stranger searching for his wife. One of the most spellbinding and emotionally rich plays in the Cycle, JOE TURNER shines a light on America’s newly freed men and women determined to take their rightful place in a new world.
    How do you discover your identity when your heritage has been stolen from you?