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Stage: down the road

By Times staff
© St. Petersburg Times
published March 7, 2002

Composers -- New works by Wayne Berman, Libby Larsen, Helena Michelson, Paul Siskind and Donald M. Wilson are performed March 15 at the Palladium Theater. $8 and $10.

Recital -- Violinist Lara St. John gives a recital March 19 at Holley Hall as part of the Van Wezel Traveling Stage program. $25.

Tune -- Tommy Tune and the Manhattan Rhythm Kings are at Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center March 20. $24.50-$54.50.

Perlman -- On March 23, violinist Itzhak Perlman plays at Ruth Eckerd Hall. $40-$50.

Emit -- Pauline Oliveros, Philip Gelb and Dana Reason perform in the emit series March 25 at St. Petersburg College Music Center. $5 and $8.

Barrage -- The seven-member Canadian group Barrage performs an "extreme violin" show April 5-6 at Mahaffey Theater. $24-$49.

Errors -- American Stage Shakespeare in the Park presents The Bomb-itty of Errors April 12-May 12 at Demens Landing. $7-$22.

Committed -- Kraig Swartz stars May 3-June 9 in the Asolo Theatre staging of Fully Committed in Cook Theatre. $27-$29.

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