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Stage: Down the Road

A look at what's happening around the bay area

By Times Staff Writer
Published June 30, 2005

Coca-Cola - Stageworks' production of The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico, directed by Joe Winskye, runs July 8-24 in Shimberg Playhouse of the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa. $11.25-$22.50.

Whorehouse - Eight O'Clock Theatre performs The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas July 8-24 at the Largo Cultural Center. $10, $19.

Gemini - Gypsy Productions presents Gemini by Albert Innaurato at the Suncoast Theatre, St. Petersburg, July 8-31. $16.

Deathtrap - Ira Levin's Deathtrap is staged July 15-31 at Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center. $15.

Wife - Mark Chambers stars in I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright at American Stage, St. Petersburg, July 20-Aug. 14. $25-$32.

Exonerated - In a fundraiser for American Stage, Sandy Duncan stars in The Exonerated by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen July 30-31 at Bininger Theater at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg. $50, $85.

Bride - Alley Cat Players perform How His Bride Came to Abraham by Karen Sunde, Aug. 12-27 at the Isaac Center, Tampa. $10.

[Last modified June 29, 2005, 09:43:07]

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