Here’s a look at Stageworks’ upcoming season in Tampa’s Channelside District
Stageworks’ next theater season: Of mice and mujeres.
Sure, Blithe Spirit opens tonight at Stageworks, but if you’re thinking ahead, you’re already planning your next theater season. Here’s what Stageworks has on offer for its 2018-19 season.
Judgment at Nuremberg
“The trials that shook the world” are perhaps the best way to describe them, and this play implores us to never forget. Nazis get tried in front of a military tribunal. By Abby Mann. Sept. 28-Oct. 14.
A woman-led revolution. We like the sound of that. This comedy tells the story of four French women during the French revolution: playwright Olympe De Gouge, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen (and fan of ribbons) Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle. They will do anything to fight extremism in Paris. By Lauren Gunderson. Nov. 2-Nov. 18
The Winter Wonderettes
Feel-good fun returns with Christmas songs and a missing Santa. The Wonderettes have a gig at the annual Harper’s Hardware Holiday Party and have to save the day. By Roger Bean. Dec. 7-23.
Ready Steady Yeti Go
After a hate crime, a white boy makes friends with the only black girl in his school. Things go south, thanks to bad advice, passive-aggression and misplaced kind acts. By David Jacoblin. Feb. 8-24.
An Agatha Christie classic. A group of stranded strangers, a snow storm and a murderer. Plus, it’s Agatha Christie; need we say more? By Agatha Christie. Mar. 22-Apr. 7.
Four Guys Named José and Una Mujer Named María
Four Latinos meet at an Omaha Burrito World and decide to pursue their dream of mounting a production that will shatter negative Latin stereotypes. Also, there’s a girl named Maria. By David Coffman and Dolores Prida. May 31-June 16.
Stageworks Theatre, 1120 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa | $15-$45 | 813-374-2416, stageworkstheatre.org.