New works by Darryl Reuben Hall

HARLEM OF THE SOUTH, revisiting Harlem Renaissance icons Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, James Weldon Johnson, and Cab Calloway as they performed in Jacksonville, FL. June 19 at the Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch in downtown Jacksonville. Sponsored in part by the 2016 Spark Grant, Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, and Florida Blue.

THE DINNER, based on the infamous dinner at the White House between Booker T. Washington and President Theodore Roosevelt.

Stage Aurora Theatrical Company has received generous funding support from the National 
Endowment for the Arts, Spark Grant (Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville and Florida Blue), Art Ventures Grant, and Division of Cultural Affairs!

Community and Educational Outreach

ENROLL YOUR CHILD TODAY. The Annual Performing Arts Summer Institute sponsored by the Jacksonville Journey Enhance Summer Camp 2016 /Jacksonville Children's Commission. Once again, your child will learn the basics in the Performing Arts: Dance, Voice, Theatre, and Music.  More info can be found on the Community Outreach pae. Please CLICK ON THE LINKS below to retrieve all of the summer camp documents and Register your child today!

100 Youth Voices
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Stage Aurora’s ongoing success in Jacksonville is a direct result of our community’s support. If you have a passion for the performing arts, please consider lending your talents to one of our creative teams. We have plenty of opportunities for you to get involved!


Many volunteers made our successful The NEA Big Read/ To Kill a Mockingbird a huge success!


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