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Apr
25
Tue
AUDITIONS (Damn Yankees)
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Damn Yankees

  • Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott
  • Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler
  • Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop
  • Presented by MAS Community Theatre
  • Directed/Choreographed by Aaron Washington
  • Musical Director by Mary Jo Hahn
  • Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International

Audition Dates and Times:

  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
  • April 25 –April 27 auditions starting at 6:30 each evening.
  • These are open auditions. Sign in ends at 8 pm.

Performance Dates:

  • July 14-16 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • July 21- 23 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • No conflicts accepted for Performance Dates or the week  before Opening.

Audition Requirements:

Please bring a resume and a list of all potential conflicts including travel, etc.  Bring sheet music in the proper key or CD with an accompaniment track. No a cappella auditions. No Songs from the Score please! Be prepared to dance with the appropriate attire and shoes. There will also be a cold reading portion at the auditions.  ALL ROLES OPEN. No appointment necessary. There is NO PAY.

Plot Summary: 

Joe Boyd is a typical middle-aged man who is addicted to baseball. Every baseball season is painful for him because his team, the Washington Senators, always loses to the Yankees. Joe ends up making a pact with the Devil that allows Joe Boyd to turn into the slugger, Joe Hardy. Hardy becomes the savior of the Washington Senators and a star in the Major Leagues. The problem is that Joe has also agreed to let the Devil have his soul. Luckily, the deal included an escape clause that allows him to return back to his normal life. After great success as a baseball player and various attempts by the Devil to convince Joe to remain young, Joe decides to return to his wife.

For More Information:

Contact Director Aaron Washington – aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org

Character Breakdown: 

  • Applegate (35 – 60): humorous, cynical devil, skilled actor, great timing, character baritone.  He is consumed with winning the soul of Joe Boyd, and makes the deal with Joe that the play hinges on: Joe being transformed to a great baseball player for the Washington Senators, in exchange for his soul at the end of the season.
  • Joe Boyd (50 – 65): (later called Joe Hardy): A middle-aged baseball fanatic, Joe would do anything to help his beloved Washington Senators take the pennant, including selling his soul. In fact, he does strike a deal with the devil, who transforms him into a young slugger who saves the season for the Senators. However, the deal also requires Joe to give up his life, including his beloved wife, excellent singer, baritone
  • Meg Boyd (40 – 60): Joe’s wife, Meg is devoted and understanding, loving, mature, excellent singer, mezzo.  When Joe disappears, she continues to hope against hope that he will return.
  • Joe Hardy (18 – 28): Respectful, athletic, young, clean-cut, all-American type, excellent singer, baritone.  Joe Hardy is who Joe Boyd becomes when he makes his deal with Applegate.
  • Lola (25 – 35): Ultimate seductress, works for Applegate, excellent dancer, singer, actress, belt range.  Lola is assigned to seduce Joe and take his mind off his wife, thus fulfilling his contract and losing his soul to the devil. However, deep inside, Lola has a soft heart, especially for Joe.
  • Gloria (25 – 35): Feisty young reporter, strong belt voice, dance ability.
  • Van Buren (35 – 60): The hard-working manager of the Washington Senators with great heart but no luck, must sing well, baritone.
  • Rocky, Smokey, Vernon (18 – 40): Baseball players for the Washington Senators, must sing harmony and move well (Featured in the number “Heart”), good sense of comedy.
  • Doris (35 – 65): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, silly and funny, Meg’s best friend.  Alto. 
  • Sister (30 -70): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, Mezzo.
  • Eddie (25-35): Excellent dancer capable of executing Fosse choreography.  Featured in the number “Who’s Got The Pain” with Lola.  This actor can double in other roles if desired.
  • Other featured players for the Washington Senators: (Sohovik, Linville, Henry, Bryan, Bouley, Lowe, Mickey) Must sing well. Movement a plus.
  • Mr. Welch (40 – 65): Owner of The Washington Senators, hard, enthusiastic, wealthy, high-strung (Non-singer okay).
  • The Commissioner (50 – 80): Male, fun-loving alcoholic, strong character actor (Non-singer okay).
  • Looking for a strong ensemble: Women and men between the ages of 18 and 40 who will play wives, reporters, husbands, fans, etc. Must sing well and be able to move.
Apr
26
Wed
AUDITIONS (Damn Yankees)
Apr 26 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Damn Yankees

  • Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott
  • Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler
  • Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop
  • Presented by MAS Community Theatre
  • Directed/Choreographed by Aaron Washington
  • Musical Director by Mary Jo Hahn
  • Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International

Audition Dates and Times:

  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
  • April 25 –April 27 auditions starting at 6:30 each evening.
  • These are open auditions. Sign in ends at 8 pm.

Performance Dates:

  • July 14-16 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • July 21- 23 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • No conflicts accepted for Performance Dates or the week  before Opening.

Audition Requirements:

Please bring a resume and a list of all potential conflicts including travel, etc.  Bring sheet music in the proper key or CD with an accompaniment track. No a cappella auditions. No Songs from the Score please! Be prepared to dance with the appropriate attire and shoes. There will also be a cold reading portion at the auditions.  ALL ROLES OPEN. No appointment necessary. There is NO PAY.

Plot Summary: 

Joe Boyd is a typical middle-aged man who is addicted to baseball. Every baseball season is painful for him because his team, the Washington Senators, always loses to the Yankees. Joe ends up making a pact with the Devil that allows Joe Boyd to turn into the slugger, Joe Hardy. Hardy becomes the savior of the Washington Senators and a star in the Major Leagues. The problem is that Joe has also agreed to let the Devil have his soul. Luckily, the deal included an escape clause that allows him to return back to his normal life. After great success as a baseball player and various attempts by the Devil to convince Joe to remain young, Joe decides to return to his wife.

For More Information:

Contact Director Aaron Washington – aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org

Character Breakdown: 

  • Applegate (35 – 60): humorous, cynical devil, skilled actor, great timing, character baritone.  He is consumed with winning the soul of Joe Boyd, and makes the deal with Joe that the play hinges on: Joe being transformed to a great baseball player for the Washington Senators, in exchange for his soul at the end of the season.
  • Joe Boyd (50 – 65): (later called Joe Hardy): A middle-aged baseball fanatic, Joe would do anything to help his beloved Washington Senators take the pennant, including selling his soul. In fact, he does strike a deal with the devil, who transforms him into a young slugger who saves the season for the Senators. However, the deal also requires Joe to give up his life, including his beloved wife, excellent singer, baritone
  • Meg Boyd (40 – 60): Joe’s wife, Meg is devoted and understanding, loving, mature, excellent singer, mezzo.  When Joe disappears, she continues to hope against hope that he will return.
  • Joe Hardy (18 – 28): Respectful, athletic, young, clean-cut, all-American type, excellent singer, baritone.  Joe Hardy is who Joe Boyd becomes when he makes his deal with Applegate.
  • Lola (25 – 35): Ultimate seductress, works for Applegate, excellent dancer, singer, actress, belt range.  Lola is assigned to seduce Joe and take his mind off his wife, thus fulfilling his contract and losing his soul to the devil. However, deep inside, Lola has a soft heart, especially for Joe.
  • Gloria (25 – 35): Feisty young reporter, strong belt voice, dance ability.
  • Van Buren (35 – 60): The hard-working manager of the Washington Senators with great heart but no luck, must sing well, baritone.
  • Rocky, Smokey, Vernon (18 – 40): Baseball players for the Washington Senators, must sing harmony and move well (Featured in the number “Heart”), good sense of comedy.
  • Doris (35 – 65): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, silly and funny, Meg’s best friend.  Alto. 
  • Sister (30 -70): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, Mezzo.
  • Eddie (25-35): Excellent dancer capable of executing Fosse choreography.  Featured in the number “Who’s Got The Pain” with Lola.  This actor can double in other roles if desired.
  • Other featured players for the Washington Senators: (Sohovik, Linville, Henry, Bryan, Bouley, Lowe, Mickey) Must sing well. Movement a plus.
  • Mr. Welch (40 – 65): Owner of The Washington Senators, hard, enthusiastic, wealthy, high-strung (Non-singer okay).
  • The Commissioner (50 – 80): Male, fun-loving alcoholic, strong character actor (Non-singer okay).
  • Looking for a strong ensemble: Women and men between the ages of 18 and 40 who will play wives, reporters, husbands, fans, etc. Must sing well and be able to move.
Apr
27
Thu
AUDITIONS (Damn Yankees)
Apr 27 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Damn Yankees

  • Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott
  • Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler
  • Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop
  • Presented by MAS Community Theatre
  • Directed/Choreographed by Aaron Washington
  • Musical Director by Mary Jo Hahn
  • Produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International

Audition Dates and Times:

  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
  • April 25 –April 27 auditions starting at 6:30 each evening.
  • These are open auditions. Sign in ends at 8 pm.

Performance Dates:

  • July 14-16 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • July 21- 23 Evening show Friday and Saturday with matinee Sunday
  • No conflicts accepted for Performance Dates or the week  before Opening.

Audition Requirements:

Please bring a resume and a list of all potential conflicts including travel, etc.  Bring sheet music in the proper key or CD with an accompaniment track. No a cappella auditions. No Songs from the Score please! Be prepared to dance with the appropriate attire and shoes. There will also be a cold reading portion at the auditions.  ALL ROLES OPEN. No appointment necessary. There is NO PAY.

Plot Summary: 

Joe Boyd is a typical middle-aged man who is addicted to baseball. Every baseball season is painful for him because his team, the Washington Senators, always loses to the Yankees. Joe ends up making a pact with the Devil that allows Joe Boyd to turn into the slugger, Joe Hardy. Hardy becomes the savior of the Washington Senators and a star in the Major Leagues. The problem is that Joe has also agreed to let the Devil have his soul. Luckily, the deal included an escape clause that allows him to return back to his normal life. After great success as a baseball player and various attempts by the Devil to convince Joe to remain young, Joe decides to return to his wife.

For More Information:

Contact Director Aaron Washington – aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org

Character Breakdown: 

  • Applegate (35 – 60): humorous, cynical devil, skilled actor, great timing, character baritone.  He is consumed with winning the soul of Joe Boyd, and makes the deal with Joe that the play hinges on: Joe being transformed to a great baseball player for the Washington Senators, in exchange for his soul at the end of the season.
  • Joe Boyd (50 – 65): (later called Joe Hardy): A middle-aged baseball fanatic, Joe would do anything to help his beloved Washington Senators take the pennant, including selling his soul. In fact, he does strike a deal with the devil, who transforms him into a young slugger who saves the season for the Senators. However, the deal also requires Joe to give up his life, including his beloved wife, excellent singer, baritone
  • Meg Boyd (40 – 60): Joe’s wife, Meg is devoted and understanding, loving, mature, excellent singer, mezzo.  When Joe disappears, she continues to hope against hope that he will return.
  • Joe Hardy (18 – 28): Respectful, athletic, young, clean-cut, all-American type, excellent singer, baritone.  Joe Hardy is who Joe Boyd becomes when he makes his deal with Applegate.
  • Lola (25 – 35): Ultimate seductress, works for Applegate, excellent dancer, singer, actress, belt range.  Lola is assigned to seduce Joe and take his mind off his wife, thus fulfilling his contract and losing his soul to the devil. However, deep inside, Lola has a soft heart, especially for Joe.
  • Gloria (25 – 35): Feisty young reporter, strong belt voice, dance ability.
  • Van Buren (35 – 60): The hard-working manager of the Washington Senators with great heart but no luck, must sing well, baritone.
  • Rocky, Smokey, Vernon (18 – 40): Baseball players for the Washington Senators, must sing harmony and move well (Featured in the number “Heart”), good sense of comedy.
  • Doris (35 – 65): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, silly and funny, Meg’s best friend.  Alto. 
  • Sister (30 -70): Strong character actress, any size or ethnicity, great comedic timing, Mezzo.
  • Eddie (25-35): Excellent dancer capable of executing Fosse choreography.  Featured in the number “Who’s Got The Pain” with Lola.  This actor can double in other roles if desired.
  • Other featured players for the Washington Senators: (Sohovik, Linville, Henry, Bryan, Bouley, Lowe, Mickey) Must sing well. Movement a plus.
  • Mr. Welch (40 – 65): Owner of The Washington Senators, hard, enthusiastic, wealthy, high-strung (Non-singer okay).
  • The Commissioner (50 – 80): Male, fun-loving alcoholic, strong character actor (Non-singer okay).
  • Looking for a strong ensemble: Women and men between the ages of 18 and 40 who will play wives, reporters, husbands, fans, etc. Must sing well and be able to move.
Apr
29
Sat
SpringFest YouthFest
Apr 29 all-day

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KIDS: This is event is just for YOU…and your family and friends, too!

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Mr. Tommy

Join us for live entertainment (Beyond Chaotic, Champions – Kids on the Block, and Mr. Tommy) inflatables, arts, crafts, face painting, fun zones, surprise visits from superheroes and princesses, and more! What do we mean by more? Well, we can’t give away everything!

Yeah, when it comes to kids, we mean business.

JOIN US! Click here for vendor information. 


Entertainment Schedule

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Beyond Chaotic

11 am – Beyond Chaotic

noon – Champions – Kids on the Block

1 pm – Mr. Tommy

Food Trucks

PHO Truck / Mr. C’s Grilled Cheese Kebabalicious / Skoops Italian Ice

Carrollwood Village HOAs 

Apr
30
Sun
CARROLLWOOD BRASS
Apr 30 @ 4:00 pm

carrollwood-brass-logo-colorThe Carrollwood Brass presents The Zombie Apocalypso

With an impressive repertoire ranging from contemporary pop to classical music, the Carrollwood Brass will entertain and surprise you.

The concert’s title, Zombie Apocalypso, is named after the 4-movement piece of the same name (Calypso HoneymoonA Love UndyingMarch of the Zombies and El Mariachi de la Muerta). Other selections will include Next Stop Funksville, The Pink Panther, Waltz of the Dead and more. 

The Carrollwood Brass performs under the direction of Chris Hugues.

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

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May
5
Fri
RHYTHMS OF LIFE with the Carrollwood Community Chorus
May 5 @ 7:30 pm
Photo credit: Al Meyer

Photo credit: Al Meyer

The uniting nature of music!

Music, art and nature encourages us to transcend our petty differences. They lift us beyond  ourselves and bring us together in awe, reverence and delight! Join the Carrollwood Community Chorus under the direction of Mary Jo Hahn as we celebrate the Rhythms of Life!

ADVANCED TICKETS: $10 member / $14 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $12 member / $16 general admission

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May
7
Sun
FOLK SONGS FAR & WIDE by the Carrollwood Winds
May 7 @ 4:00 pm

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The Carrollwood Winds, under the direction of Joshua Hobbs, will perform American, English, Australian, Irish, Japanese, Korean, and Cajun folks songs.

ADVANCED TICKETS: $10 member / $14 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $12 member / $16 general admission

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May
10
Wed
LECTURE: General Robert E. Lee
May 10 @ 6:00 pm

“I have led the young men of the South in battle; I have seen many of them die in the fields.  I shall devote my remaining energies to training young men to do their duty in life”.  “I will give that sum”. – General Robert E. Lee

Lee WeepsGeneral Robert E. Lee portrayed by Al Stone

Al Stone has portrayed General Lee at the annual Gettysburg reenactment for eight years, including the 150th anniversary of Generals Lee and Grant at Appomattox, Virginia. He has participated in more than 1,000 other reenactments, including the nationally televised “The Trial of Robert E. Lee” at Liberty University’s annual July 4th celebration in 2002. He has appeared as General Lee in more than 30 small and big screen documentaries and movies. Mr. Stone has been described by Civil War re-enactors and historians alike as presenting the “most accurate impression of General Lee in the union today.” 

The articles of clothing worn by Al are designed to replicate that worn by General Lee at various periods of his life.  Every step has been taken to be authentic and a visit to the Confederate museum in Richmond will testify as to this authenticity.  It’s Al’s intent to provide you a memorable visit with the venerable General Robert E. Lee. READ MORE

RSVP with Aaron Washington at aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org.

Carrollwood Village

May
12
Fri
A Musical (selection) by Jorge Cainas
May 12 @ 5:00 pm
May
13
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
May 13 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

North Tampa Market Logo - smallSecond Saturday of every month • 10 am – 2 pm

A monthly outdoor market located in the park behind the Center. This event is hosted by Tampa Bay Markets with fresh food, hand crafts and live music.

For more information, visit www.tampabaymarkets.com

A MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION
May 13 @ 8:00 pm

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The Carrollwood Jukebox Big Band will honor our favorite ladies…moms!

Take mom (or that special lady in your life) dancing with Carrollwood Jukebox – a live big band playing some of the most popular hip swivelin’, jump jivin’, swing dancin’, Latin lovin’, waltz and cha-cha steppin’, contemporary tunes of the 20th century! Swing Time of Tampa Bay will give free dance lessons to ticket holders starting at 6:30 p.m

Mom’s ticket is free! Please call or visit the box office to get mom’s ticket. Please hurry. Complimentary tickets are limited.

(This event is open to everyone, not just mom and her family.)

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Photo Credit: By Flor4U (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

May
19
Fri
JAZZ WITH JIM
May 19 @ 7:30 pm

Jazz with Jim logoTheme/Guest TBD

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

(Member price includes one complimentary beverage.)

BUY TICKETS

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Emailboxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.

 

May
21
Sun
STRINGS IN THE SPRING
May 21 @ 4:00 pm

Please join pianist Franz Mantini as he welcomes violinist Tiffany Lu for the 2017 edition of Strings in the Spring. 

Tiffany Lu

Tiffany Lu

Tiffany Lu is a young violinist and a native of Tampa. Her mother, Yan Lu, is a well-known violin teacher and also a member of the Florida Orchestra. Lu has taught in the area and is currently a Doctoral candidate in conducting at the University of Maryland, having previously graduated with an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and and M.M. in Orchestral Conducting from Ithaca College.

Franz Mantini

Franz Mantini

Franz Mantini is a graduate of the University of South Florida and won the school’s  Concerto Competition in 1987. He has performed Concertos by Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and MacDowell and chamber music with the Lafayette String Quartet and principal members of The Florida Orchestra, the San Diego Symphony, and the Houston Symphony. He was a prize winner in the 1990 Florida West Coast Chopin Competition and won a Jury Discretionary Prize and Best Performance of a Classical Era Work at the 4th and 5th International Piano Competitions for Outstanding Amateurs, respectively, presented by the Van Cliburn Foundation.

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Jun
10
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Jun 10 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

North Tampa Market Logo - smallSecond Saturday of every month • 10 am – 2 pm

A monthly outdoor market located in the park behind the Center. This event is hosted by Tampa Bay Markets with fresh food, hand crafts and live music.

For more information, visit www.tampabaymarkets.com

CYPRESS CREEK DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND
Jun 10 @ 8:00 pm

Cypress Creek Dixieland JAzz BandThe Cypress Creek Dixieland Jazz band is a group of local musicians with strong roots in the Tampa music scene.  Members have performed with everything from brass bands to concert bands, pit orchestras to Symphonies, Chamber ensembles to swing bands, polka bands to a Cappella  groups and almost anything in between.

But what keeps this group together is their love for the early jazz music of New Orleans Dixieland.

“Arguably the happiest of all music is Dixieland jazz. The sound of several horns all improvising together on fairly simple chord changes with definite roles for each instrument but a large amount of freedom, cannot help but sound consistently joyful.”  – Scott Yanow

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Jun
16
Fri
AN EVENING OF SHORT PLAYS
Jun 16 @ 8:00 pm

Short Plays AdAn Evening of Short Plays presented by Washington and Eisenstadt will consist of five short plays and one mini-opera all written by local playwrights. The evening will conclude with a talk-back session with the playwrights, directors and actors.

Works & Playwrights

Duck by Sheila Cowley 
The Blackout by Elizabeth Gelman 
Barista Love by James Rayfield 
Flowers by Sheila Cowley
White Raven Speaks: Second Horizon by Elizabeth Brincklow 
TEEKA TEEKA TEEKA: A Mini-Opera by T. Sivak
An Evening of Short Plays will be the first time Washington and Eisenstadt has given local playwrights an opportunity to showcase their work. The evening will take place at The Studio, part of the Carrollwood Cultural Center.   
TICKETS: $20

BUY TICKETS

Jun
17
Sat
AN EVENING OF SHORT PLAYS
Jun 17 @ 8:00 pm

Short Plays AdAn Evening of Short Plays presented by Washington and Eisenstadt will consist of five short plays and one mini-opera all written by local playwrights. The evening will conclude with a talk-back session with the playwrights, directors and actors.

Works & Playwrights

Duck by Sheila Cowley 
The Blackout by Elizabeth Gelman 
Barista Love by James Rayfield 
Flowers by Sheila Cowley
White Raven Speaks: Second Horizon by Elizabeth Brincklow 
TEEKA TEEKA TEEKA: A Mini-Opera by T. Sivak
An Evening of Short Plays will be the first time Washington and Eisenstadt has given local playwrights an opportunity to showcase their work. The evening will take place at The Studio, part of the Carrollwood Cultural Center.   
TICKETS: $20

BUY TICKETS

Jun
18
Sun
DADDY & DAUGHTER DANCE
Jun 18 @ 6:00 pm

Daddy Daughter Dancing

She’s the apple of his eye.

He’s her hero.

Fathers and daughters are invited to celebrate Father’s Day with a special concert performance by the Carrollwood Jukebox Big Band – a live big band playing some of the most popular hip swivelin’, jump jivin’, swing dancin’, Latin lovin’, waltz and cha-cha steppin’, contemporary tunes of the 20th century! 

Daughter’s ticket is free! Please call or visit the box office to get her ticket. Please hurry. Tickets are limited.

(This event is open to everyone, not just dad and his family.)

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Jun
23
Fri
JAZZ WITH JIM
Jun 23 @ 7:30 pm

Jazz with Jim logoTheme/Guest TBD

ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 general admission

(Member price includes one complimentary beverage.)

BUY TICKETS

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Emailboxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.

Jul
8
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

North Tampa Market Logo - smallSecond Saturday of every month • 10 am – 2 pm

A monthly outdoor market located in the park behind the Center. This event is hosted by Tampa Bay Markets with fresh food, hand crafts and live music.

For more information, visit www.tampabaymarkets.com

Jul
12
Wed
LECTURE: Rhapsodize
Jul 12 @ 6:00 pm

Rhapsodize2017

Back by popular demand! Professor Robert Gonzalez will rhapsodize classic poetry, turning verse into an entertaining theatrical event.

 RSVP with Aaron Washington at aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org.

Carrollwood Village

Jul
14
Fri
DAMN YANKEES
Jul 14 @ 8:00 pm

Damn-Yankees-Color

Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott

Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop, Damn Yankees the Broadway mega-hit and winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, hits it out of the park! The winning score by Adler and Ross and a devilish book by George Abbot have made this sporty musical comedy a true American classic.

Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.

Damn Yankees is being produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

ADVANCED TICKETS: $20 member / $24 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $22 member / $26 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Email boxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.

Jul
15
Sat
DAMN YANKEES
Jul 15 @ 8:00 pm

Damn-Yankees-Color

Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott

Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop, Damn Yankees the Broadway mega-hit and winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, hits it out of the park! The winning score by Adler and Ross and a devilish book by George Abbot have made this sporty musical comedy a true American classic.

Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.

Damn Yankees is being produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

ADVANCED TICKETS: $20 member / $24 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $22 member / $26 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Email boxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.

Jul
16
Sun
DAMN YANKEES
Jul 16 @ 2:00 pm

Damn-Yankees-Color

Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott

Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop, Damn Yankees the Broadway mega-hit and winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, hits it out of the park! The winning score by Adler and Ross and a devilish book by George Abbot have made this sporty musical comedy a true American classic.

Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.

Damn Yankees is being produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

ADVANCED TICKETS: $20 member / $24 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $22 member / $26 general admission

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Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Email boxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.

Jul
21
Fri
DAMN YANKEES
Jul 21 @ 8:00 pm

Damn-Yankees-Color

Book by Douglass Wallop & George Abbott

Music & Lyrics by Jerry Ross & Richard Adler

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop, Damn Yankees the Broadway mega-hit and winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, hits it out of the park! The winning score by Adler and Ross and a devilish book by George Abbot have made this sporty musical comedy a true American classic.

Middle-aged baseball fanatic Joe Boyd, trades his soul to the Devil, also known as Mr. Applegate, for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. As young baseball sensation, Joe Hardy, he transforms the hapless Washington Senators into a winning team, only to realize the true worth of the life that he’s left behind. Joe ultimately outsmarts Applegate, returns to his former self and shepherds the Senators to the World Series.

Damn Yankees is being produced by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

ADVANCED TICKETS: $20 member / $24 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $22 member / $26 general admission

BUY TICKETS

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Email boxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org to make arrangements.