During this time of constant change, here is what you can expect from the Center. Please check back often as we continue to adapt as things evolve.
A year ago, the Center had just closed out a stellar financial year as we set our sights to becoming a million-dollar organization by the end of our 2020 fiscal year. But, as we have all learned, things can thwart even the best layout plans. So, where are we now?
In this presentation of “Upstairs/Downstairs at the Tampa Bay Hotel” we meet Edith Roosevelt portrayed here by Lynne Locher.
Carrollwood Village resident Jennifer Houdeshell is an accomplished artist and educator who uses her art to create awareness about human trafficking in the United States.
RENT: A Tribute Concert incorporates one-on-one interviews with the cast and crew who describe what it has been like to suddenly stop performing due to the pandemic.
The Center has two new powerful exhibits that speak out against human trafficking.
The Center will return to theatre with the play “Tragedians Anonymous: Shakespeare’s Tragic Characters in Therapy…Virtually.”
Join us on YouTube or Facebook starting August 17 at 7 p.m. for the first installment of Shakespeare: The Socially Distant Monologues.
The Carrollwood Cultural Center recently announced the creation of OVATION, a new performing theatre troupe for teens and young adults.
The Carrollwood Cultural Center has new public artwork. The piece, an outdoor mural titled “I Feel Safe” by artist Alexis “Stix” Brown, is on display