Tarpon Arts Community Theatre is back for the 2023-2024 season with selections that promise to tickle your funny bone, tug at your heartstrings, and remind you why you love going to the theatre! Mark your calendars and secure your tickets today so you don’t miss a single act!
Blithe Spirit – A Comedic Play by Noël Coward (October 20-22, 27-29):
Kicking off the series with a spectral twist, “Blithe Spirit” will leave audiences in stitches with its comically chaotic séance and mischievous spirits. Friday performances start at 7 PM, while Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2 PM. Click here for ticket sales and more information.
Art – A Comedy / Drama by Yasmina Reza (March 8-10, 15-17):
Immerse yourself in the sometimes wacky world of modern art with “Art,” a witty exploration of friendship and aesthetics. Be ready to contemplate and chuckle in equal measure. Click here for ticket sales and more information.
Always a Bridesmaid – A Comedy by Jones, Hope, Wooten (May 3-5, 10-12):
Wedding bells and laughter abound in “Always a Bridesmaid,” a hilarious look at four friends who’ve made a pact to be bridesmaids for each other. Get ready for matrimonial mayhem! Click here for ticket sales and more information.
I Hate Hamlet – A Comedy by by Paul Rudnick (June 21-23, 28-30):
The stage is set for a battle of thespian proportions in “I Hate Hamlet,” as a TV star grapples with playing Hamlet in New York. It’s a clash of cultures and comedic brilliance. Click here for ticket sales and more information.
Love Letters – A Romantic Play by A. R. Gurney (July 19-21, 26-28):
“Love Letters” offers a touching and timeless exploration of love and friendship through letters exchanged over a lifetime. Click here for ticket sales and more information.
For ticket sales and more information, please visit TarponArts.org or the Tarpon Arts Ticket Office inside the Heritage Museum at Craig Park in person or by phone at 727.942.5605 (MON-FRI, 10AM-4PM).