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SRQ DAILY Nov 25, 2022

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"This season is all about reconnecting with family or navigating difficulty inside family,"

- Brendan Ragan, Co-Artistic Director, Urbanite Theatre.
 

[Arts & Entertainment]  The Burdens at Urbanite Theatre
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

Over the next week, head down to the Rosemary District to check out Urbanite Theatre’s The Burdens, which has seen its run extended to December 4th. The play, written by Matt Schatz and directed by Urbanite Theatre’s co-artistic director Brendan Ragan, is a dark comedy that follows two siblings, Mordy and Jane, that hatch a hairbrained plan to relieve their family of their emotionally and financially taxing grandfather. The production, which opened in late October, is the first of four mainstage productions in Urbanite’s 2022-23 season, which is titled Heredity.

“This season is all about reconnecting with family or navigating difficulty inside family,” says Ragan. “The theme ran parallel to realizing that several of the plays on our short list contained those elements – as we were choosing this play and that play before you knew it, we’d selected a series of plays that all had somewhat of a connection, but also complimented each other really well because they were very different stories. Once we had identified that theme of heredity, it was like a lightbulb going off for us in our season selection process.”

The Burdens, which stars Morgan Lavenstien and Jacob Fallen, takes a comedic look at how we treat our elders – even when they may not always deserve the respect that’s given to them.

“What’s great is the whole entire play is told via text messages and there’s no projections or voice overs or things like that – the actors are going to be able to say things that they normally wouldn’t because you can kind of toy with saying more via text. It’s funny, it’s silly, but it also has some poignancy because it really thinks about what we owe our elders even when they’re bad people. How do you deal with someone who’s quite literally an emotional and financial burden on your mother, who's making her life actively worse?” says Ragan.

October 21st - December 4th, 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota, 941-321-1397. 

Pictured: Morgan Lavenstein and Jacob Fallon in The Burdens. Photo courtesy of The Urbanite Theatre.

[Arts & Entertainment]  FST Extends Production of Hit Broadway Musical, Something Rotten!, Through January 8

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) is pleased to announce the extension of its opening Winter Mainstage production, Something Rotten!, which is now held over through Sunday, January 8, 2023, in FST’s Gompertz Theatre. With Book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell and Music and Lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, this popular musical comedy was nominated for ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Tickets are on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000. Critics are praising the production of Something Rotten!, calling it “Glorious,” “Terrific,” and “Clever” (Sarasota Herald-Tribune). The Observer writes that FST “Serves up something delightful” with Something Rotten!,” highlighting that the “Dance numbers are full throttle” and the show is “Hilarious.” Sarasota Magazine agrees, describing the musical as “A fun night out, whether you’re into Shakespeare or not.” The production is also a hit with audiences, who are calling Something Rotten! “Amazing all the way around,” “Outstanding,” and “Sensational.” Chris K. said, “It was like seeing a Broadway hit up close!” and Sunny P. shared, “The jokes came faster than I could count them. The show and cast are winners.” “I am absolutely thrilled that audiences are enjoying Something Rotten!” said show director Ellie Mooney. “They’re not only loving the comedy and fun of the show, but they’re also connecting with its heart and sincerity. It’s one of the things I love most about Something Rotten!—one moment, the play is lovingly poking fun at musical theatre, and the next, it is reminding us about the importance of staying true to ourselves.” Set in Elizabethan England, Something Rotten! follows two brothers—Nick and Nigel Bottom—who are forced to live in the shadow of William Shakespeare, the rockstar writer who everyone in England is fawning over. Desperate to one-up “The Bard,” Nick visits a soothsayer named Nostradamus to learn what the next big thing in the theatre world will be. Nostradamus sees a little too far into the future and discovers that musicals are going to be all the rage. With this new insight, Nick and Nigel set out to create a show where performers act, sing, and dance—all at the same time. Conceived by Karey Kirkpatrick and Wayne Kirkpatrick, Something Rotten! hasnbeen held over and is now playing through Sunday, January 8, 2023. Tickets are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000. 

Pictured: Charlie Tingen and Ensemble of Something Rotten!. Photo by John Jones.

[Choral Events]  Choral Artists of Sarasota Presents Peace on Earth

Choral Artists of Sarasota’s 44th season, entitled “United in Song,” continues with “Peace on Earth,” Sunday, December 11, 7 p.m., at Church of the Redeemer, 222 S. Palm Avenue, Sarasota. The Choral Artists singers, conducted by Artistic Director Joseph Holt, will sing traditional holiday carols resounding with themes of peace that are interspersed with “In Terra Pax,” a work of childlike serenity that is both intimate and universal by celebrated British composer Gerald Finzi. Soloists include Danielle Talamantes, soprano; Kerry Wilkerson, baritone; Susan Versage, piano; and Dr. Ann Stephenson-Moe, organ. Kevin Trapasso, associate conductor, will also conduct some of the selections. Tickets are $35; students $5. A “Meet the Music” session with Holt is Thursday, December 1, 5:30-7 p.m., at Art to Walk On, 16 South Palm Avenue in downtown Sarasota. The event, free to all ticket holders for the concert, includes a wine and hors d'oeuvre reception and a presentation by Holt with musical guests highlighting the program. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.ChoralArtistsSarasota.org or call 941-387-4900. 

Pictured: The Choral Artist Singers. Photo by Barbara Banks.

[Hospital News]  Parents of Twins Feeling Doubly Blessed This Thanksgiving

After more than five years trying to add to their family, a North Port couple is doubly thankful this year. Mattheaw and Crystal Lintz are bringing their newborn twin girls home, just in time for their first Thanksgiving. Olive and Piper Lintz were born Monday at Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice. Olive was born at 8:35 am weighing 4 pounds, 11 ounces, and sister Piper was born a minute later weighing 5 pounds, 15 ounces. The girls met their 10-year-old brother Tristan on their birth day, just a few days after he celebrated his own. Like many other families, Crystal and Mattheaw say they struggled with infertility. After six years of trying to get pregnant naturally, they sought medical intervention. Their first embryo transfer in September of 2021 resulted in a miscarriage, but they decided to try again. Obstetricians Angela Marshall, MD, and Anthony Canino, MD, and the SMH-Venice labor and delivery team were thrilled to deliver the twins during Thanksgiving week. Since opening in November of 2021, SMH-Venice has delivered more than 200 babies, but the Lintz girls were the first set of twins delivered at SMH-Venice. The Lintz family says they will spend the holiday quietly at home, but look forward to introducing their newest additions to more family around Christmas time. 

[Holiday Event]  A Night Before Christmas is a Holiday Highlight

If you’re looking for Santa, we’ve got him—and a whole lot more—at Manatee County’s Annual “A Night Before Christmas” event, Friday, December 9, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Bradenton’s G.T. Bray Park. The night of family fun—highlighted by visits and photo-ops with Santa and Mrs. Claus—will also include face painting, bounce house, the movie “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas” (presented by Double Deez Chicago Style Hot Dogs) playing at the amphitheater and—new for 2022—a foam zone. Local vendors will be showing their holiday spirit, and a fabulous food truck line up will ensure that dinner is covered! Entry to the event is FREE; however, a suggested donation of one new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots, per family, is kindly requested. Wristbands will be sold for $5 apiece to allow access to the foam zone, bounce house, face painting, a special photo-zone for keepsake pictures and more. Pre-sale wristbands will be available at the G.T. Bray Park front desk, beginning December 2. They will be on sale on a cash-only basis at the event entrance on the day of event. G.T. Bray Park is located at 5502 33rd Avenue Drive West in Bradenton. Visitors may access the park from 59th St. W. or 51st St. W. and are asked to park near the Recreation Center off of 33rd Ave. Dr. W. For more information about Manatee County Government, visit mymanatee.org or call (941) 748-4501. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @ManateeGov. 

[New Hire]  REALTOR® Association Hires Membership Representative to Increase Engagement with Broker Owners

The REALTOR® Association of Sarasota and Manatee (RASM), the largest trade association in the two-county region, recently hired Jenna Nelson to fill a new position that will lead the organization’s membership development. With previous experience in membership organizations, Nelson’s primary responsibilities as RASM’s Member Experience Coordinator will be to foster relationships with leading brokers and company owners to enhance communication with their agents, and thereby improving engagement within the Association. Jenna Nelson joins the REALTOR® Association with a background in communications, advocacy, tourism, and hospitality management, and with a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. Before RASM, she was most recently the Member Development Representative for the Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance where she handled member development and engagement across the two counties. RASM CEO Jeff Arakelian welcomes Nelson as a valuable member of the Association staff, supporting the Association’s goal for improved relationships with broker owners. The Member Experience Coordinator position is new to the REALTOR® Association and was set forth by the Board of Directors through the 2022 Strategic Plan. The primary goal of the position is to forge a deeper connection with the growing membership of REALTORS® by directly communicating with the leaders of local real estate offices. 

[Hurricane Relief]  Church of the Redeemer Supporting Schools Impacted by Hurricane Ian

Sunday School students, families and teachers at Church of the Redeemer in Downtown Sarasota have collected over 200 items for Lee County schools in need after Hurricane Ian. The items include paper, pencils, markers, crayons, pencil sharpeners, books, and games. Every item that was donated was on a Lee County teacher’s wish list. The supplies were delivered earlier this month to Lee County Schools as a helping hand from the Redeemer family. The wish list of supplies was provided by the Lee County schools, specifically for the displaced teachers whose classes were absorbed into other schools. Lee County School District estimated that Hurricane Ian caused schools at least $150M in damages, displacing numerous teachers and students. Redeemer’s efforts were coordinated by Director of Children’s Christian Formation Jacki Boedecker, who states, “What touched my heart most about the Lee County project was that our kiddos could so easily imagine what it would mean to lose their school due to the storm - or what it would be like to welcome into their school so many kids displaced by the storm. Having the Sunday School classes help so directly made a huge impact on all of us.” Redeemer has taken a three-part approach to helping those impacted by Hurricane Ian: spiritual, economic, and physical. In addition to forming prayer teams and offering direct financial assistance, Redeemer has sent numerous teams to affected areas to help with clean-up and rebuilding. To learn more about how Redeemer is coordinating Hurricane Ian relief and how to get involved with these efforts, please visit RedeemerSarasota.org/HurricaneIanResponse. 

[Support]  Lighthouse Launches New Support Group for Caregivers and Loved Ones

Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center is starting a new monthly support group in December 2022. The group is specifically for caregivers and loved ones (spouses, significant others, adult children, etc.) of older adults with vision loss. The group will be facilitated by Lighthouse’s new Family Engagement Coordinator, Erin Vincent. The group is open to the public and conducted over Zoom so Lighthouse may offer support across the 5 counties they serve. There is no fee to participate in the support group. The first meeting will be on Monday, December 5th from 2-3pm. For questions or registration information, please contact Erin Vincent at 941-359-1404 extension 713 or via email at Erin.Vincent@LighthouseEducationCenter.org. 



[SRQist]  Landing in Sarasota
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

LANDING IN SARASOTA | Ryan Weston helps grow the next generation of circus acrobats as the Head of Acrobatics and Program Development at the Sailor Circus Academy.

Celebrate Ryan’s revolutionary contribution to Circus Arts Conservatory’s Sailor Circus Academy through this link, on our social media, or in the November edition of SRQ Magazine! 

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[SOON]  BUSINESS: Amore Restaurant Extends Savor Sarasota Promotion to December , June 1 – December 18

Amore Restaurant has decided to extend Savor Sarasota Menu through December 18th (not combined with any other offer and, not available on special occasions). Savor Sarasota is a 3 course menu dinner for $35.00 per person. The restaurant offers a Portuguese and an Italian menu. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 9PM. Fridays and Sundays 5 to 9:30pm. With indoor and outdoor seating available. Easy and free parking. Menu can be viewed here:https://www.amorelbk.com/savor-sarasota/

[SOON]  FILM: Sarasota Film Society: Movies For Heroes , September 13 – December 13, Varied

Sarasota Film Society is proud to present "Movies For Heroes", a year long Salute to our Military. Active, Non-Active, Retired Personnel & their family are welcomed to join us once a month at 11am at Burns Court & Lakewood Ranch Cinemas starting in January of 2022 for a year of free movie screenings. 10% of the concession sales from these screenings will go to Wounded Warrior Project. Space is limited, reserve your tickets today. Location Burns Court Cinemas 506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236.

506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: URBANITE THEATRE: The Burdens , October 21 – November 27, Varied

Siblings Mordy and Jane have a problem. Their dreadful, centenarian grandfather is an emotional and financial tax on the family, and he just won’t die. Scheming almost entirely via sarcastic and misspelled text messages, the siblings hatch an outrageous plan to relieve their family of their grandfather’s burden. Zany, twisted and inventive, this dark comedy reminds us it’s much easier to write what we could never say face to face. LOCATION 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236 CONTACT (941) 321-1397 info@urbanitetheatre.com www.urbanitetheatre.com

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  : The Ringling - A Decade of Collecting , October 22 – January 22, Varied

A Decade of Collecting brings together a survey of artworks acquired for the permanent collection over the past eleven years. As the State Art Museum of Florida and a division of Florida State University, The Ringling’s collections are constantly expanding to provide our state and local community with access to current contemporary works in all media and thoughtful additions to our historic collections. Though the core of the collection has always been the works acquired by John and Mable Ringling, the museum’s holdings have been expanding ever since the State of Florida took full possession of the bequest in 1946. In the early years, these additions were mainly in pre-1800 European art and circus-related material, but over the second half of the 20th century, directors and curators also began acquiring works by modern and contemporary artists. A Decade of Collecting presents a unique snapshot of how The Ringling’s collection continues to evolve, allowing us to tell new stories of the past, present, and future. Visit ringling.org to plan your visit.

Museum of Art Searing Galleries

[SOON]  FOOD: Epicurean Greece Menu at Michael's On East , November 1 – December 1, Tuesday through Saturday evenings

On November 1st we launched the Epicurean Greece menu at Michael's On East: "The culinary team at Michael’s On East is challenged to create new dishes inspired by the world’s most exotic destinations each month. Join us to experience ever-changing, palate-pleasing global cuisine with Michael's Epicurean Adventures. The three-course dinner menu is available Tuesday through Saturday evenings for $42.95 per person." The menu includes: “Kasarma Seafood Saganaki” - Shrimp, Clams and Swordfish with Roasted Tomatoes, Kalamata Olives, Spinach, Gremolata Butter, Orzo Pasta, Toasted Goat Cheese, and Ouzo Flambé; and “Grande Bretagne Braised Baby Lamb Shank” - Braised Lamb Shank with Green Peas, Garbanzo Beans, Carrots, and Lemon Risotto.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Walking Tours at The Ringling's Arboretum Available Now Through May 2023 , November 26 – May 29, 12:00 PM

This walking tour led by volunteer guides will introduce you to interesting botanical specimens on the estate while providing a historic overview of the development of the estate. The Ringling Arboretum has been accredited at Level II through ArbNet and there are over 2350 trees within the arboretum representing native, exotic, historical, and culturally significant trees. Garden Tours are available Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays and take place entirely outdoors. It is 90 minutes in length and covers approximately 1 mile. We encourage visitors to bring bottled water, and wear appropriate footwear, preferably closed-toe, sunblock, and hats. There will be a maximum of 10 participants per tour. Tours are subject to weather conditions. Please check it at the Visitors Pavilion prior to your tour. Tickets will be available 30 days prior to each tour.

[SOON]  FOOD: Bijou Garden Cafe Announces Broadway Brunch for Thanksgiving Weekend , November 27, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Bijou Garden Café, an iconic downtown restaurant offering fine dining with an intimate and inviting ambiance in the heart of Sarasota’s Theatre and arts district since 1986, will feature local performers for its November Bijou Broadway Brunch event. The popular monthly Broadway Brunch continues this month on Sunday, Nov. 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be hosted by Joey Panek and feature George Dejong at the piano. Panek and Dejong will be joined by singers Laura McKenna and Ellen Kleinschmidt. The performers will entertain guests as they dine on a delicious menu designed specifically for the event. Guests will be able to order from a special menu prepared by executive chef Christopher Covelli and his culinary team. The menu will feature freshly baked quiche, eggs Benedict, salads and lunch fare. The restaurant is currently accepting reservations for this month’s Broadway Brunch. To make a reservation, visit BijouGardenCafe.com or call 941-366-8111.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Broadway's Record-Breaking, Tony Award-Winning Musical Smash , November 29 – November 30, 7:30 PM

CHICAGO is back in town and after 25 years, CHICAGO is still the one musical with everything that makes Broadway shimmy-shake: a universal tale of fame, fortune, and all that jazz, with one show stopping song after another and the most astonishing dancing you’ve ever seen. CHICAGO is celebrating with the 25th Anniversary Tour that arrives in Sarasota, FL, November 29-30 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall! Tickets on sale now.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Players Centre: Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play , December 1 – December 11, Varied

Join The Players in their 93rd season with Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play.  Adapted from the 1947 Lux Radio Broadcast by Lance Arthur Smith. Original Songs and Arrangements by Jon Lorenz Original Songs and Arrangements by Jon Lorenz. When a department store Santa claims he’s the real Kris Kringle, his case gets taken all the way to the Supreme Court, and a little girl’s belief makes the difference in the ‘miracle.’ With live Foley effects and a score of holiday carols, Miracle on 34th Street is a beloved musical radio version of the classic film that will melt even the most cynical of hearts. December 1-11, 2022. For tickets visit theplayers.org, Ph. 941-365-2494, email BoxOffice@ThePlayers.org

The Players Centre For Performing Arts, Performance Venue & Box Office The Crossings at Siesta Key 3501 South Tamiami Trail, Suite 1130 Sarasota, FL 34239

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Wellen Park Announces Schedule of Holiday Events to Celebrate the Most Wonderful Time of the Year , December 3 – December 17

Wellen Park is lighting up the holiday season in its own signature style with a Bright Bike parade, lessons in mixology, the spirit of giving, a visit from Santa, and so much more. Throughout December, Wellen Park is hosting family-friendly and age-restricted events at its Welcome Center, which are complemented by CoolToday Park’s annual Braves Jingle Jam and Tomahawk 5K. “The holidays really capture the essence of Wellen Park and its emphasis on joy, heartfelt connections and community,” said Christine Masney, vice president of marketing of Wellen Park. “We have planned many fun, meaningful experiences that are unique to Wellen Park for families to create memories they will cherish for years to come.” The upcoming events take place in the Welcome Center, 12275 Mercado Drive, Venice, overlooking Downtown Wellen, where the first phase of the region’s newest gathering hub is nearing completion. From the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree, now through Dec. 4, to a fun-filled weekend of festivities, Dec. 16-17, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the holidays at Wellen Park.December’s fun-filled calendar reflects the vibrant spirit of Wellen Park and foreshadows a full winter season of activities and events beginning in mid-January 2023 with the opening of Downtown Wellen’s outdoor amenities. Most activities are free and open to the public, with advance registration required for some events. For more information or to register, visit wellenpark.com/events.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Holiday Celebration SPARCCles at SPARCC , December 6, 11:00 AM

Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) is celebrating the holiday season with “A SPARCCling Holiday Luncheon,” its annual event designed to collect toys and gift cards for SPARCC’s smallest survivors. This year’s luncheon will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 at Michael’s on East, 1212 S. East Avenue, Sarasota. Get in the spirit of the season and help spread good cheer! Guests will enjoy a fun-filled day complete with a delicious lunch, entertainment by the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe and much, much more. Bring unwrapped toys, gifts and gift cards for kids, teens and moms; bid on goodies from Sarasota’s most notable bakers in a spirited live auction, participate in a silent auction of amazing gift baskets, and purchase outstanding one-of-a-kind holiday decorations while helping the survivors and children SPARCC serves. Event Co-Chairs are SPARCC Auxiliary Members, Andrea Andrus and Maggie Shaw. All proceeds from the event help to support SPARCC’s free and confidential programs and services.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Orchid Show 2022 , October 15 – December 4, 10 AM – 5 PM

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens showcases the beauty and diversity of orchids in “The Orchid Show 2022: Capturing the Perfect Shot.” This immersive, photography-themed exhibition features innovative horticultural vignettes with hundreds of orchids in flower in the Tropical Conservatory and large-format photos of rare orchids from the Gardens’ own collection in the Museum of Botany & the Arts. On view through December 4 at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Imagine Museum Offering Free Admission to Veterans and First Responders Through November , November 1 – November 30

The Imagine Museum, a contemporary glass art gallery located in downtown St. Petersburg, announced Tuesday that veterans, active-duty military, first responders and their immediate family members will receive free admission throughout November in recognition of National Veterans and Military Families Month. Located on Central Avenue, the museum plans to showcase its “Flight and Illusion” installation, a series of military-themed glass art created by Imagine Museum Founder Trish Duggan. Additionally, the museum features artwork created by Harvey Littleton, founder of the American studio glass movement and World War II Army Signal Corpsman. The Imagine Museum is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Thursday from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon - 5 p.m.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Sarasota Medieval Fair , November 5 – November 27, 10am-5:30pm

SARASOTA MEDIEVAL FAIR Every Saturday and Sunday running November 5th-27th, 2022 at Woods of Mallaranny (29847 FL-70 E.Myakka City, FL 34251). Welcome one and all to four weekends of exciting tournaments, scrumptious feasts, & pure family fun at the 18th Annual Sarasota Medieval Fair! Live the majesty and madness of knights, jesters, minstrels, acrobatics, wenches, and sword swingers! Watch jousts and human combat chess tournaments! Listen to musical displays of powerful bagpipes and the heart pounding drums. Feast on turkey legs and hearty ales. A full day of entertainment. You will not miss your favorite show as you stroll through the village as the shows repeat several times a day to adjust to your schedule. Get into the fun by wearing your favorite medieval or renaissance garb to feel part of the clan! For tickets visit www.sarasotamedievalfair.com Phone 1-888-303-FAIR (3247)

Woods of Mallaranny, 29847 FL-70 E. Myakka City, FL 34251

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