Events

At the Carrollwood Cultural Center, magic is around every corner. Music fills the air, colors dress the walls, dancers float on stage and drama evokes emotion. The Center has been honored to host an array of local talents from visual artists, instrumentalists, singers, dancers and theatre groups. We look forward to introducing more area talent through future performances and concerts. Who knows? Perhaps our next headliner will be you!

In the next 90 days…

Feb
13
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Feb 13 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Outside Grounds

North Tampa Fresh Market flyer

SOUNDS OF SWING: “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”
Feb 13 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Sounds of Swing LogoIt’s a special Valentine’s Day dance with the Sounds of Swing! Band director Jim Burge will lead the group through a series of big band love songs that would even make cupid’s heart go pitter-patter.

Dance shoes aren’t required to attend this concert…but we guarantee your toes will be tappin’! (Swing-Dance Lesson at 6:30pm, taught by Swing Time.  The lesson is free for all ticket holders, and no partner is needed.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

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

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

 

Feb
17
Wed
FLORIDA TREASURES with A.C.T. for Youth
Feb 17 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Florida Treasures with ACT YouthWhen two tourists discover a treasure chest full of historical artifacts, they are magically transported back in time in a fun-filled journey through Florida’s history.  Laugh and learn about Ponce De Leon, the settlement of Pensacola (Florida’s “Almost Oldest” city), the founding of St. Augustine, and the “Original” Pocahontas story.


TICKETS: $7 member / $8 general admission / $28 Family 4-Pack

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Feb
18
Thu
FLORIDA TREASURES with A.C.T. for Youth
Feb 18 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Florida Treasures with ACT YouthWhen two tourists discover a treasure chest full of historical artifacts, they are magically transported back in time in a fun-filled journey through Florida’s history.  Laugh and learn about Ponce De Leon, the settlement of Pensacola (Florida’s “Almost Oldest” city), the founding of St. Augustine, and the “Original” Pocahontas story.


TICKETS: $7 member / $8 general admission / $28 Family 4-Pack

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Feb
19
Fri
JAZZ WITH JIM
Feb 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Jazz with Jim logoJazz with Jim is a monthly concert hosted by Jim Burge and The Jazz Directions. The concert is best known for fusing personal stories by the musicians with popular jazz tunes suited for that month’s theme. Patrons can purchase home baked goods donated by the Center’s volunteers, which help complete the intimate ambiance.

 

 


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

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

(Member price includes one complimentary beverage.)

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Feb
26
Fri
PEACE OF WOODSTOCK
Feb 26 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Peace of Woodstock - APeace of Woodstock is a show paying tribute to Woodstock, the famous three day festival of Peace, Music, Love, and Fun, in upstate New York that defined an entire generation!

This show will take you on a musical journey from the acoustic opening act of the Woodstock experience, Richie Havens through the closing moments of the festival with the explosive, electric sounds of Jimi Hendrix. Also featured are songs from Crosby, Stills, and Nash, The Who, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Joe Cocker, Arlo Guthrie, Country Joe McDonald, Santana, the Jefferson Airplane, and others.

Peace of Woodstock Most of the members of Peace of Woodstock grew up playing together in various bands around the Tampa bay Area, followed by many years extensively touring most of the 50 states and parts of Europe with many top groups and recognizable names in the rock world. We know you’ll enjoy Peace of Woodstock. This band does a phenomenal job vocally and instrumentally recreating the fun, party atmosphere of the Woodstock experience, Peace of Woodstock will excite your audience and bring back the greatest memories of this life changing event. Party on!

Peace of Woodstock features: Jen Torres (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Bill Daniel (guitar, vocals), Brad Trumbull (keyboards, guitar, vocals), Jeff Browder (percussion, vocals), Scott Dempster (bass) and Gary Pfeiffer (drums).


ADVANCED TICKETS: $20 member / $24 general admission

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

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Mar
5
Sat
AN EVENING WITH GILBERT AND SULLIVAN
Mar 5 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Performance Dates:

Saturday, March 5 • 8 pm

Sunday, March 6 • 2 pm

A tour de force night of entertainment, elegantly celebrating who some consider to be the gentlemen of Masters of Operetta collaborations. Join us as members of MAS Community Theatre perform a theatrical concert featuring music by Gilbert and Sullivan.


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

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

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Sponsored by:

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Carrollwood Village HOAs

 

Mar
6
Sun
AN EVENING WITH GILBERT AND SULLIVAN
Mar 6 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Aaron Washington

Performance Dates:

Saturday, March 5 • 8 pm

Sunday, March 6 • 2 pm

A tour de force night of entertainment, elegantly celebrating who some consider to be the gentlemen of Masters of Operetta collaborations. Join us as members of MAS Community Theatre perform a theatrical concert featuring music by Gilbert and Sullivan.


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

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

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Sponsored by:

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Carrollwood Village HOAs

 

Mar
9
Wed
THE LECTURE SERIES: “Healthy Aging & Wellness” (Geraldine Novy)
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

The Lecture Series at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a program that offers informative, educational and entertaining lectures for the community.

March’s special guest speaker is Geraldine Novy (BS, RN, NC-BC), a Holistic RN who works in health care at our community hospital in a medical-surgical, heart and stroke unit.  Novy will lead a discussion about Healthy Aging & Wellness. This lecture is hosted by the Carrollwood Village HOAs.

About Geraldine Novy (BS, RN, NC-BC)

Vitruvian WomanNovy’s business, Pinwheel, The Art of Wellness Lifestyle, is dedicated to keeping our community healthy. Novy supports people in their vision of health as a Health Coach in our area. She works with people on healthy aging, optimal vitamins and minerals, food as medicine, and decreasing stress.  Her typical week, besides the passion for good health and food, includes yoga, walking, organic gardening and figure skating which includes skating with Tampa Bay Synchronized Skating Team. Follow her on Facebook, Pinwheel The Art of Wellness Lifestyle or visit www.geraldine.pinwheelpresents.com.


RSVP Required. Please email Aaron Washington at aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org to RSVP.


Sponsored by:

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Mar
11
Fri
JAZZ WITH JIM
Mar 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Jazz with Jim logoJazz with Jim is a monthly concert hosted by Jim Burge and The Jazz Directions. The concert is best known for fusing personal stories by the musicians with popular jazz tunes suited for that month’s theme. Patrons can purchase home baked goods donated by the Center’s volunteers, which help complete the intimate ambiance.


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

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

* Member price includes one complimentary beverage.

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Mar
12
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Mar 12 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Outside Grounds

North Tampa Fresh Market flyer

SPRING CONCERT with the Carrollwood Winds
Mar 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
SPRING CONCERT with the Carrollwood Winds @ Carrollwood Cultural Center (Main Theatre) | Tampa | Florida | United States

The Carrollwood Winds, under the direction of Joshua Hobbs, will perform.


ADVANCED TICKETS: $10 member / $14 general admission

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

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Mar
19
Sat
CARROLLWOODSTOCK
Mar 19 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

A day-long festival celebrating Carrollwood with a bit of nostalgia, featuring local bands, art vendors and local restaurants.

Festival Schedule:

10:30 a – Flying Fanoochi Brothers

11:45 a – George Pennington Band

1 p – The Jonnie Morgan Band

2:30 p – Nathan Allen

3:45 p – Avenue 43

5 p – The Lint Rollers

 


Sponsored by BENZER PHARMACY and the Carrollwood Village HOAs.

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Mar
20
Sun
MOLLY’S EASTER HEN
Mar 20 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Molly's-Easter-Hen-(1)-webBased on the story by Annie Willis McCullough. An Inflatable Fable Production. 
Easter is tomorrow and Molly’s pet chicken Big Top has yet to lay an Easter egg for Molly’s Aunt Brooke. How does Molly get the perfect pink and gold Easter egg for her Aunt Brooke?
Performer Mark Byrne and Inflatable Fable Productions will award one luck patron with a $200 gift certificate to be used toward an in-home magic show!

TICKETS:$7 member / $8 general admission / $28 Family 4-Pack

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(Children ages 4 and under are free. Email the box office at boxoffice@carrollwoodcenter.org, or call (813) 922-8167 to reserve tickets for children under
Apr
8
Fri
WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 8 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
9
Sat
NORTH TAMPA MARKET at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Apr 9 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Outside Grounds

North Tampa Fresh Market flyer

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 9 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
10
Sun
WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
15
Fri
WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 15 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
16
Sat
WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 16 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
17
Sun
WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton
Apr 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Presented by MAS Community Theatre

Directed by Keith Eisenstadt

Performance Dates:

Friday, April  8 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 9 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 10 • 2 pm

Friday, April 15 • 8 pm

Saturday, April 16 • 8 pm

Sunday, April 17 • 2 pm

In What the Butler Saw, Dr. Prentice, a psychiatric doctor in an exclusive, private clinic, is attempting to interview (and seduce) an attractive would-be secretary named Geraldine. However, when he is surprised at the office by his wife, he quickly hides the girl. The affairs multiply as Mrs. Prentice tries to get Nicholas Beckett, the young bellhop who is blackmailing her, the same secretarial position. When a government inspector arrives, chaos, underpants and cross-dressing lead the charge. The final tableau reveals “the missing parts of Winston Churchill” held aloft as the curtain falls.

The London premiere at the Queen’s Theatre in 1969 starred Coral Browne and Sir Ralph Richardson. The New York production later won the Obie Award as Best Foreign Play of The Season. (What the Butler Saw is being produced in partnership with Samuel French, Inc.)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY OF SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

BUY TICKETS

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

Apr
23
Sat
JAZZ WITH JIM with The Jazz Cellar Underground Orchestra
Apr 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Jazz with Jim logoJazz with Jim is a monthly concert hosted by Jim Burge and The Jazz Directions. The concert is best known for fusing personal stories by the musicians with popular jazz tunes suited for that month’s theme. Patrons can purchase home baked goods donated by the Center’s volunteers, which help complete the intimate ambiance.

This month, Jim Burge and The Jazz Directions welcome back special guest musicians The Jazz Cellar Underground Orchestra. Best described as “underground cool,” The Jazz Cellar Underground Orchestra was formed in 1991 in the basement of Ybor Square at Dick Rumore’s infamous Jazz Cellar. Members include: Dick Rumore (baritone saxophone), Tom Ziegelhofer (trumpet), Jim Burge (tenor saxophone), Ed Kennedy (trumpet), Ted Hope (alto saxophone), David Hope (trombone), Ken Loomer (drums), Todd Jefferis (bass) and Ron Delp (piano)


ADVANCED TICKETS: $15 member / $19 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $17 member / $21 general admission

Group tickets are available for groups of 10 or more.

(Member price includes one complimentary beverage.)

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Apr
30
Sat
SPRING FEST YOUTH FEST
Apr 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

KIDS: This is event is just for YOU (and your family and friends, too)! Join us for live entertainment, inflatables, arts, crafts, face painting, fun zones and more.


Sponsored by Carrollwood Village HOAs.

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Carrollwood Village HOAs

It’s all about the Brass…with the Carrollwood Brass
Apr 30 @ 8:00 pm – 9:15 pm
It's all about the Brass...with the Carrollwood Brass @ Carrollwood Cultural Center (Main Theatre) | Tampa | Florida | United States

A concert with the Carrollwood Brass, with song selections ranging from the first known jazz recording to music by Maroon 5.

Members of the Carrollwood Brass are Chris Hugues (trumpet), Theresa Molesky (trumpet), Jessica Wood (french horn), Marc Gordon (euphonium/trombone), Marcy Gordon (euphonium), Jill Bucholtz (tuba) and Mark Van Volkinburg (tuba).


ADVANCED TICKETS: $12 member / $16 general admission

DAY-OF-SHOW: $14 member / $18 non-member

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May
11
Wed
THE LECTURE SERIES: “TBD” (Tony Michaelides)
May 11 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

More info coming soon.


RSVP Required. Please email Aaron Washington at aaron@carrollwoodcenter.org to RSVP.


Sponsored by:

Carrollwood Village HOAs

Carrollwood Village HOAs