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Stage: Down the road

By Times Staff Writer
Published July 28, 2005

March - Jobsite Theater presents The March of the Kitefliers by Neil Gobioff and Shawn Paonessa Aug. 5-21 in the Shimberg Playhouse of Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa. $16.50.

Unseen - Banyan Theater stages Sight Unseen by Donald Margulies at the Glenridge Performing Arts Center, Sarasota, Aug. 11-28. $27.50.

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

Mansions - Brooke McEldwoney's Many Mansions is premiered by Fresh! Live! Theatre Co. Aug. 12-28 at the Galaxy Center for the Arts, St. Petersburg. Pay what you can.

Dolittle - The musical Dr. Dolittle is at Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Oct. 26-30. $37-$67.

[Last modified July 27, 2005, 09:54:07]

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