Down the road
By Times Staff
Published March 18, 2004
Tommy - MAD Theatre's Tommy is at Hillsborough Community College, Ybor City, March 25-28. $14, $15.
Cincinnati - Music director Paavo Jarvi conducts the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven, Part and Prokofiev at Van Wezel Hall, Sarasota, March 25. $55-$65.
Brahms - Peter Rosel is the soloist in the Brahms Second Piano Concerto with the Florida Orchestra, March 27-29. $21-$45.
Opera - The Pinellas Opera League voice competition is March 27 at First Christian Church, Clearwater. Free.
Motets - Florida Pro Musica sings motets of J.S. Bach and Messiaen on March 28 at Sacred Heart Church, Tampa. $5-$12.
Solo - Paul Potenza performs the one-man show Chesapeake by Lee Blessing April 1-May 8 at American Stage, St. Petersburg. $20-$27.
Bach - The Master Chorale sings The Passion According to St. John April 2 at Lake Magdalene United Methodist Church, Tampa, and April 3 at Pasadena Community Church, St. Petersburg. $7-$20.
Shakespeare - The first "Shakespeare by the Bay" April 13-25 has 10 performances of Twelfth Night on the grounds of the Powel Crosley Museum, Bradenton. $12, $15.
Greek - Stageworks presents Medea by Euripides April 16-May 2 in the Shimberg Playhouse of Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa. $16.50, $22.50.
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