The Ritz Theatre, November 26 & 27
Amelia Musical Playhouse, November 11-20
Saturday, July 23 at 7PM, Hicks Auditorium, Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
June 16, 2016 7: 00 p.m. at the Volstead, 115 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, FL
June 19, 2016 3:00 p.m. at the Hicks Auditorium, Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
March 4 at 7:30PM
March 5 at 7:30PM
November 13 at 7pm
November 14 at 2pm
NOvember 14 at 6pm
November 15 at 3pm
July 31 at 7:00 p.m.
August 1 at 2:00 p.m.
August 1 at 6:00 p.m.
August 2 at 6:00 p.m.
THE COLOR PURPLE
(904) 765-7373/ (904) 765-7372
Stage Aurora presents the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical THE COLOR PURPLE.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Youth (4-17) and Seniors (65+) $15 Advance/Door
Adults (17- 64) $20 Advance/ $25 Door
General Seating available. Purchase tickets at Brothers 2000 ($1 Charge fee/ Gateway Mall (904) 768-6004) or visit www.ticketleap.com. For more information, please visit www.stageaurora.org or call Stage Aurora at (904) 765 -7372 or (904) 765-7373.
SHOP OF HORRORS” was the third longest running musical in NY in the 1980s.
Music is by composer Alan Menken
and script by Howard Ashman.
The music includes several well-known tunes —"Somewhere That's
Green," and "Suddenly, Seymour." In 1986, Warner Brothers
produced a film version directed by Frank Oz.
prices are as follows:
Youth (4-17) and Seniors (65+) $15 Advance/Door
(17- 64) $20 Advance/ $25 Door
Seating available. Purchase tickets at Brothers 2000 ($1 Charge fee/
Gateway Mall (904) 768-6004) or visit www.ticketleap.com. For more information,
please visit www.stageaurora.org or call Stage Aurora at (904) 765 -7372 or
Stage Aurora Performance Hall
5188 Norwood Avenue (Gateway
2014- 2015 SEASON (Rights Pending)
Little Shop of Horrors: Oct. 10-12
Black Eagles (A staged reading):
God's Trombones by James Weldon
Johnson: Dec. 5 -7
The Piano Lesson: Feb. 20 -22
& Feb. 27 -Mar.1
Steel Magnolias: May 1-3 &
Harlem of the South: June 5-7
RAGTIME (Dates TBD)
DYNAMIC SINGERS AND DANCERS
Casting will be multiracial; Seeking African American,
Caucasian, Hispanic, and Asian as all nationalities are
welcome. Please prepare a monologue (comedy/drama) not exceeding
four (4) minutes. You may also read from either script
that will be provided at the audition. Please bring a current,
non-returnable headshot photo and Resume.
All ages 8 -100 welcome!
July 18 & 19
The Wiz takes Frank
Baum’s classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,
and gives it a modern spin. Winner
of 7 Tony awards, this beloved Broadway musical sets
Dorothy's adventures in the Land of Oz to
music in a dazzling lively mixture of rock,
gospel, and soul! "Radiates so much energy you can hardly sit in your seat...great fun." -The New York Post
Friday, July 18 at 7pm
Saturday, July 19 at 2pm
Saturday, July 19 at 6pm
Students and Seniors (65+) with proper I.D.
Advance and $25/Door for General Public
advanced tickets at Brothers 2000 (Inside Gateway (904)
768-6004). For more information and tickets, please call
Stage Aurora Theatrical Company at (904) 765-7372 / (904)
765-7373 or go to www.ticketleap.com or visit us online
This year's festival will feature Oceanus Training Center Taekwondo Exhibition, the 100 Youth Voices in THE WIZ, 2014 Youth HIP-HOP Explosion!, Aurora Food Extravaganza, and Pearl Cleage's “The Nacirema Society Requests Your Presence at a Celebration of Their First Hundred Years” presented by the Actors Warehouse (Gainesville, FL) under the direction of Rhonda Wilson.
The Annual Stage Aurora Performing Arts Summer Institute provides educational artistic opportunities for youth to engage and experience the performing arts: Theatre, Dance, and Music/Voice. The fantastic six-week performing arts summer camp ends in a culminating show presenting the participants in "A Night of Entertainment". Please call Stage Aurora at (904) 765-7373 for more information.
George C. Wolfe’s satirical commentary on the African-American
experience, “The Colored Museum,” directed by Dee Quaranta and Darryl Reuben Hall,
will be presented May 9-11 at the Stage Aurora Performance Hall 5188 Norwood
Avenue (inside Gateway Mall) in Jacksonville, FL. The performance is just in
time for Mother’s Day.
May 9 at 7pm
May 10 at 2pm
May 10 at 6pm
May 11 at 3pm
Winner of 6 Tony Awards, DREAMGIRLS comes to Stage Aurora in full costumes, music, and glamour! 'And I am telling you', it's going to be a smash hit on our stage. Get your tickets early. There (5) show performance schedule is as follows:
Friday, January 31 at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 1, at 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 2, at 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 8, at 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 9 at 3:00 p.m.
THE AMEN CORNER
(Jacksonville, FL -October
9, 2013) Stage Aurora Theatrical Company will hold auditions for THE AMEN
CORNER by James Baldwin Saturday, November 2 from 3pm -7pm and Sunday, November
3 from 3pm -6pm. We are looking for dynamic Gospel singers and actors. Both, males
and females are needed.
Sister Margaret Alexander,
pastor of her church, has devoted her life to serving the Lord, but when her
son unexpectedly reunites her with her estranged husband, she finds herself
torn. Featuring live gospel music, The Amen Corner illuminates the power of
love and the price of salvation.
Shows are as follows:
Friday, December 6 at 7pm
Saturday, December 7 at 6pm
Sunday, December 8 at 3pm
Friday, December 13 at 7pm
Saturday, December 14 at 6pm
Sunday, December 15 at 3pm
Ticket prices are as follows: $15 Advance /$20 Door for Adults (18 - 64); $13 Advance/$15.00 Door for Youth (4 - 17) & Seniors (65+). Tickets may be purchased at Brothers 2000 (904) 768-6004 located in Jacksonville’s Gateway Retail Center; online at www.ticketleap.com or by calling the Stage Aurora Box Office (904) 765-7372 or (904) 765-7373.
FL (July 12, 2013)- Stage Aurora presents 3 DIVAS and a GUY NAMED DARRYL, a
lavish musical evening hosted by Angela Robinson of Tyler Perry’s THE HAVES AND
THE HAVE NOTS. 3 DIVAS will also feature Brenda Kelly, Brendy Merricks, Tarra Conner Jones, and Darryl Reuben Hall. The production will
take place on August 10 at 7:00 p.m. located at the Stage Aurora Performance
Hall 5188 Norwood Avenue (Inside Gateway Town Center).
native Angela Robinson appeared as Shug in ‘The Color Purple’ on Broadway and
now stars as Veronica Harrington on the new series drama Tyler Perry’s ‘The
Haves and the Have Nots’. Darryl Reuben Hall appeared on Broadway in Porgy and
Bess (NYC Opera at Lincoln Center) and in the Broadway National Tour of
‘Cinderella’ with Eartha Kitt.
extravaganza will also feature Gospel artist Tarra Conner Jones (Effie in
‘Dreamgirls’, Jazz singer Brenda Kelly (Jacksonville Jazz Festival featured
guest), and Classicalist Brendy Merricks (Dorothy in ‘The Wiz’) all in a
musical display of Spirituals, Broadway, Opera, and Contemporary music
highlighted with show-stopping choreography!
Thursday, July 18 at 7:00 p.m. A NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT Summer camp showcase
Saturday, July 20 at 10:00 a.m. OCEANUS TRAINING CENTER Taekwondo Exhibition
TOP CHEF Extravaganza! Tasty dishes of all sorts. Saturday, July 20 1pm -5pm $5
Attend this Staged-reading of the Pulitzer Prize winning drama A SOLDIER'S PLAY which is the basis for the film A SOLDIER'S STORY starring Denzel Washington and Adolf Caesar.
Jacksonville, FL-Stage Aurora presents the hit musical
CROWNS for Mother’s Day May 10-12 at the Stage Aurora Performance Hall located
at 5188 Norwood Avenue inside the Gateway Town Center. Crowns is the stand-up-and-testify
musical written by Regina Taylor. It’s a soul-stirring tribute to the relationship
between women and their unique fussy, furry, feathery, fierce, funny, and
flamboyant hats. CROWNS is also based on the book by Michael Cunningham and
The story focuses on Yolanda, a young Brooklyn girl,
who is sent down South to stay with her grandmother, encounters her grandmother
and her grandmother's friends in the rituals of HAT preparation for fun and
going to Sunday church service!
The talented cast features Tarra Jones, Staci
Anderson, Monique Ellis, Candace E. Crump, Brendy Merricks, Victoria Canady,
Teresa Smith, Kenyada Williams, and Marc Curtis Little as Man. The production is
steered by Stage Aurora Founder Darryl Reuben Hall with Jason Alexander as
Musical Director and Sade Casper as Choreographer.