Stage: Down the road
A look at what's happening around the bay area
By Times Staff Writer
Published August 19, 2004
Salesman - Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman marks the debut of Acorn Theatre at Hillsborough Community College's Performing Arts Building, Ybor City, Aug. 26-Sept. 12. $10, $18.
Adams - Cellist Lowell Adams, violinist Valerie Adams and pianist Noreen Cassidy-Polera perform Aug. 29 at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg. $8, $15.
Sons - The Stageworks production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, with Steve Pachosa and Kevin Whelan, is in Shimberg Playhouse of Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa, Sept. 3-19. $11.25-$22.50.
ABBA - The ABBA musical Mamma Mia! plays Morsani Hall of Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa, Sept. 7-12. $39.50-$77.50.
Hyman - Pianist Dick Hyman gives a gala concert Sept. 14 at the Palladium Theater, St. Petersburg. $30-$1,000.
Orchestra - Stefan Sanderling conducts the Florida Orchestra's season-opening concerts Oct. 2-4. $22.50-$50.50.
Lary - Community theater's Lary Awards are handed out Oct. 3 at the Largo Cultural Center. $27.50.
Ramey - Operatic bass Samuel Ramey sings in a recital Oct. 10 at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Orlando. $25-$55.
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