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SRQ DAILY Jun 9, 2023

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"You have four men walking the line between life and death in this collision of combat and the cosmos, every single character is fighting for something whether it be survival, legacy, citizenship or glory."

- Summer Wallace, Producing Artistic Director, Urbanite Theatre.

[Closing]  A Farewell To Dabbert Gallery
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

A Palm Avenue staple for nearly 20 years, Dabbert Gallery Fine Painting & Sculpture made its name championing local artists like Barbara Krupp, Jeff Cornwell, and James Griffin, and brought art from Ukraine, Australia, Norway and more to Sarasota’s shores. And since first opening those gallery doors in 2004, husband and wife owners David and Patricia Dabbert have been a regular sight on every First Friday Artwalk. But after 18 years, citing encroaching development and rising rent, the gallery will be closing its doors permanently at the end of the month.

In the remaining weeks, the gallery will keep its regular hours and nearly all of the artwork is available for purchase at a substantial discount.

When the Dabberts first moved to Sarasota in 1993, they were escaping the cold and had no idea it was an arts town. But the hunt for a good restaurant took them to Palm Avenue one evening right around 7pm. It was a Friday. “And we saw the magic,” says David Dabbert. “Hundreds and hundreds of people out on the sidewalks, music playing, and, every few steps, another gallery.” 10 years later, when a space opened on Palm, the Dabberts leapt at their chance to open their own gallery and join the party.

It was harder work than they thought it would be, but more rewarding than they imagined. Their only barometer was quality, quickly collecting 25-30 artists to represent and developing a long-term relationship with each. And whereas other galleries might eject an artist after a few months of no sales, the Dabberts were in for the long haul. “We were here for artists because we were artists,” says Dabbert. “So when we committed to someone, we were committed.” Before they knew it, a two-year lease turned into 13 years. Then a jump in 2017, just a few doors down to its current larger space on Palm, formerly home of the Hodgell Gallery,

That space is now full to bursting with around 300 works of art. And with the gallery closing, it’s all looking for a new home. Massive oil paintings by Barbara Krupp are 50% off; pastel portraits by Jeff Cornell are 40%, as are many watercolors by Robert Baxter. Find acrylics on canvas by Argentinian professor of art Gustavo Paris, practicing some neon galactism inspired by images from the Hubble Telescope, next to oils by Norwegian professor of art Peter Esdaile, whose lean into the fantastic brushes the mythological. Even the pedestals are on sale.

But it was never about the money, says Dabbert, an admittedly poor salesman who has, perhaps more than once, talked his way out of a sale because he wanted the client to be sure before they bought. “It was about being involved in the arts and being surrounded by good art,” says Dabbert. And so it’s a difficult farewell for a duo who loved what they did so much that they haven’t taken a vacation or closed the gallery for more than a day in over eight years. “We were really fortunate to have the privilege to represent some very talented and accomplished artists, and many of them we consider our friends,” says Dabbert. “You take it for granted, but it really is special. This is a special community.” 

Photo taken by Philip Lederer.

[Arts & Entertainment]  That Must Be The Entrance to Heaven at Urbanite Theatre
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

“We did Urbanite’s first ever call for commissions at the beginning of the shutdown in March of 2020. At that time no one could open their doors–it was a very uncertain time in which we weren’t sure of when we would be able to open our doors and produce like normal,” says Summer Wallace, Producing Artistic Director at Urbanite Theatre. “We felt called to be able to do some work and support artists so we launched the Charles Rowan Beye New Play Commission and playwrights submitted a writing sample along with their idea for potential plays they were interested in writing.”

One of the recipients of the commission was Franky D. Gonzalez’s That Must Be The Entrance to Heaven, which is making its world premiere on June 9 at Urbanite Theatre. The play, which is directed by Kathleen Capdesuñer, is steeped in magical realism–it follows the cosmic journey of four Latino boxers chasing a world title to achieve their personal versions of heaven. “I’m really excited for audience members to see this play,” says Wallace. “You have four men walking the line between life and death in this collision of combat and the cosmos, every single character is fighting for something whether it be survival, legacy, citizenship or glory.”

Creating a setting for such an ambitious story, however, is no easy task. Not only does the play involve multiple boxing matches, but cosmic interventions such as black holes. “We’re going to be relying on our lighting and sound designers pretty heavily to help create the set. The play does have a metaphor of a black hole which we will use lighting, sound and projection to help create,” says Wallace. “The set is very conceptual–there’s not a traditional boxing ring because so many different fights take place in different places throughout the play. The concept of the show, however, is that the set surrounds the audience so that they’re kind of sitting in the middle of the story.”

That Must Be The Entrance to Heaven, June 9 to July 9, Urbanite Theatre, 1487 2nd St., Sarasota. 

Pictured: the cast of That Must Be The Entrance to Heaven: from left to right (Peter Pasco, Edgar Miguel Sanchez, Rodney Nelson, Juan Ramirez. Photo by by Sorcha Augustine.

[Women's Programming]  Be Fearless, Conquering Self Doubt and Imposter Syndrome is Women's Resource Center's next Wonder Women Collective Event on July 13

The Women’s Resource Center continues its Wonder Women Collective series with "“Be Fearless: Conquering Self Doubt & Imposter Syndrome” Thursday, July 13, 5-7 p.m., at State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, Building 8, 26 West Center, 5840 26th Street West, Bradenton. The keynote speaker is Kim Richmond, director of the 26 West Entrepreneurship Center at State College of Florida. The $25 admission includes the program, complimentary drinks, and food. All proceeds from the Collective support the programs and services of the Women's Resource Center. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  The Players Centre Obtains AEDs Thanks to the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch

The Players Centre for Performing Arts is pleased to announce a generous grant donation of $4,500 from the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch. This grant will be used to purchase two new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) units for our education studio and production shop, ensuring the safety and well-being of our staff, students, volunteers, and patrons. The Players Centre is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all who participate in our programs and attend our performances. With the addition of these new AED units, we can take another important step in protecting the health and safety of our community. The Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch is dedicated to making a positive impact in the community through their philanthropic efforts. This grant is just one example of their commitment to supporting organizations that make a difference. The Players Centre for Performing Arts is grateful for the support of the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch and looks forward to continuing to provide high-quality performing arts education and entertainment to the community. For more information about The Players Centre for Performing Arts, please visit www.theplayers.org. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Two of Three FST Announces Workshop Offerings at 13th Annual Sarasota Improv Festival

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) is pleased to announce the workshop lineup for the 13th Annual Sarasota Improv Festival (July 20-22, 2023). Now in its 13th year, the Sarasota Improv Festival is the premier festival of its kind in the Southeast United States, bringing together top talent in improv comedy from across the nation and around the world. In addition to 29 performances featuring over 80 artists, Festival attendees will have 16 opportunities to learn from the experts through intimate workshop offerings led by Festival artists. Workshops will cover a wide range of topics, from how to build memorable characters and applications for physical comedy to an introduction to musical improvisation and the building blocks of freestyle rap. All workshops take place Saturday, July 22, and run two hours. Workshops are now on sale for $35 each, or $90 for a three-workshop package at sarasotaimprovfestival.com or by calling 941.366.9000.


[New Exhibition]  Selby Gardens Announces 43rd Annual Juried Photo Exhibition

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens will present its 43rd Annual Juried Photographic Exhibition from August 29 through September 30. This year’s exhibition will again be conducted virtually, with digital photos entered through an online portal and all accepted submissions displayed in an online gallery for the duration of the show. The open call for submissions will run from August 7 through 14. Photographs that are entered for consideration for the show must have been taken at or of either Selby Gardens campus—Downtown Sarasota or Historic Spanish Point—within the past year. The five entry categories for 2023 will be: Living Art - Express your creativity and artfully interpret nature through the play of light, color, and composition; Make a Splash - Showcase the scenic beauty of the aquatic environments at Selby Gardens’ two bayfront campuses; Plant Portraits - Capture the character of the plants that are the real stars of the show at Selby Gardens; The Birds and the Bees - Highlight the wonderful wildlife at the Downtown Sarasota and Historic Spanish Point campuses; Black and White - Convey the beauty of nature at Selby Gardens through the elegance of black-and-white photography. Complete rules and requirements will be available later this summer on the photo submission portal, which will be accessible via selby.org. Entry fees will remain unchanged from 2022: Selby Gardens members – $30 for first entry, $10 for each additional (up to three entries total); non-Members – $45 for first entry, $15 for each additional (up to three entries total). Selby Gardens’ 2023 Juried Photographic Exhibition is presented in partnership with Observer Media Group. Last year’s photo exhibition garnered nearly 300 entries. “Best in Show” was awarded to Patricia Nebel for her black-and-white image titled The Bishop. 


Pictured: The Bishop by Patricia Nebel won Best in Show last year. Photo courtesy of Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Choral Artists to Perform American Fanfare July 4 at Sarasota Opera House

For the past 18 years, Choral Artists of Sarasota has celebrated America’s freedom and independence with a July 4th concert of rousing, patriotic songs. According to Joseph Holt, the artistic director and conductor of Choral Artists of Sarasota, this may be area audiences’ final opportunity to experience the group’s beloved Independence Day concert. Why close the curtain on this crowd-pleasing annual concert? According to Holt, it’s definitely not a question of public appeal. He notes that these Independence Day concerts became so popular, Choral Artists had to move them to the Sarasota Opera House in 2019. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  FST Presents Black Pearl Sings!

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) is proud to present Black Pearl Sings!, an uplifting, historical drama about an unlikely bond, the preservation of musical heritage, and the human need for hope and healing. When two women from very different backgrounds are brought together by the power of music, each discovers that the other woman holds the key to everything they’ve been searching for. Called “Remarkable” and “Compelling” by The Chicago Tribune, Black Pearl Sings! by Frank Higgins begins playing June 28 in FST’s Gompertz Theatre. Set in 1935 Depression-era Texas, Black Pearl Sings! tells the story of Susannah Mullally and Alberta “Pearl” Johnson. Susannah is an ambitious Library of Congress musicologist, determined to record undocumented slave songs, preserving them for generations to come. Pearl is an African American woman with a soulful voice, a steely spirit, and a sentence in a female prison. Pearl’s memory is a treasure-trove of unrecorded slave era songs – the answer to Susannah’s long search for undiscovered African American music. Susannah’s idea to share Pearl’s music with the world could mean the prisoner’s freedom – the answer to Pearl’s dream of being able to search for her missing daughter. But can Pearl hand over her ancestors’ songs without giving up something of herself? 

Pictured: FST’s 2009 production of Black Pearl Sings! Photo by Amy Steinmet.z.

[Culture City]  The Show Goes On
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

The Show Goes On | New producing artistic director Peter Rothstein shares his vision for the Asolo Repertory Theatre, May/June 2023. 

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[SOON]  THEATER: Urbanite Theatre: That Must Be The Entrance To Heaven , June 9 – July 9

THAT MUST BE THE ENTRANCE TO HEAVEN by Franky D. Gonzalez. A World Premiere. June 9 - July 9, 2023. Urbanite Theatre. Glory. Survival. Legacy. Citizenship. Four Latino boxers all chase a world title to achieve their personal versions of heaven. But to get there, they must battle each other, their own battered bodies, and the universe itself. All four men walk the line between life and death in this poignant, poetic collision of combat and cosmos. For tickets and info contact - phone (941) 321-1397, email info@urbanitetheatre.com, website www.urbanitetheatre.com.

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Conservation Foundation Trivia Nights , June 9 – August 11, 5 to 8 p.m.

Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is excited to announce a monthly trivia series this summer at their Bay Preserve headquarters in Osprey on June 9, July 14 and August 11. The free community events will take place from 5pm to 8pm with trivia beginning at 6pm. Each month a different food truck duo will be onsite offering a variety of tasty options the whole family can enjoy. The public is invited to come watch, play, or simply enjoy nature and food with family and friends. Each monthly event will have a different theme with a variety of questions covering categories ranging from movies and music to science and nature. Teams can have up to eight members and multi-generational teams are encouraged. The winning team for each individual monthly event will receive a prize package in recognition of their win. Points will also be accumulated across the series, with the overall winning team receiving their choice of a private, guided hike or kayak trip for up to ten people. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit upon for this outdoor, picnic-style gathering. In the event of rain, the trivia component will be moved to an area under cover. Learn more and RSVP at conservationfoundation.com/events. Conservation Foundation, 400 Palmetto Ave., Osprey.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Summer Circus Spectacular , June 9 – August 12, Various times

Circus fans of all ages, from near and far, can beat the heat this summer at reasonable prices while experiencing the best of the circus arts, thanks to the continued partnership of The Circus Arts Academy and The Ringling. The Summer Circus Spectacular returns this year, with exciting acts signed on for the one-hour, action-packed show. The 2023 Summer Circus Spectacular, which has become a seasonal highlight for locals, visitors, families and groups alike, takes place from June 9 through August 12. Tickets are $20 for adults, $13 for children 12 and under, and tickets for the 7 p.m. opening night performance and celebration on Friday, June 9, which includes a gala reception with the artists, are $50. To complete their circus experience, Summer Circus Spectacular patrons can enjoy access to the Circus Museum on the day they attend a show for an additional $5. Visit Ringling.org or call the Box Office at 941-360-7399 to purchase tickets and learn more. The Historic Asolo Theater at The Ringling, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  DANCE: Saltare Mortis In Studio Series at Sarasota Contemporary Dance , June 9 – July 17, 7pm
At the Saltare Mortis In-Studio Series, come take a glimpse into our lives as detectives as we attempt to solve a mystery in a town where crime is next to none. Though detectives in training, we have many tools up our sleeve to help us solve the mystery. But we could use your help. Put your detective skills to the test to help us unmask the criminal. You never know what surprises we will run into along the way. Shows will run in person on June 9 and 10 and July 14 with virtual options on June 19 and July 17. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit sarasotacontemporarydance.org.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Silver Pride at Project Pride SRQ , June 10, 12-5pm
Project Pride SRQ and Senior Friendship Centers will present the first-ever Silver Pride to celebrate the community of LGBTQ individuals aged 50 and better on June 10 from 12-5 p.m. The free event will feature live music, local vendors, food trucks, all day raffle drawings and more from community partners. All are welcome. Senior Friendship Center Sarasota campus at 1888 Brother Greene Way, Sarasota, https://www.ppsrq.org/.
[SOON]  SPORTS: Space Night at the Bradenton Marauders , June 10, 6:30pm

Join us for Space Night with The Bradenton Marauders on June 10th, 2023, as the Bradenton Marauders take on the Dunedin Blue Jays at LECOM Park. Enjoy a specially-priced ticket just for being a friend of The Bishop. $12 ticket purchases come with a hat and a Pepsi drink voucher. Thank you to The Marauders for partnering with us for a night of science and baseball. LECOM Park, 1611 9th St. W., Bradenton, https://www.milb.com/bradenton.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Surfer Boys at Florida Studio Theatre , June 13 – August 13, Various times

Florida Studio Theatre kicks off its Summer Cabaret Series with The Surfer Boys,an energetic tribute to the music of The Beach Boys. Featuring such hits as California Girls, Good Vibrations, Barbara Ann, and Surfin USA, The Surfer Boys is filled with the honey-tinged harmonies and unforgettable melodies that defined 1960s California and pop music. The Surfer Boys begins playing June 13 in the FST Goldstein Cabaret. Tickets are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Sarasota Music Festival , June 5 – June 24, Various times

The Sarasota Music Festival returns for the 2023 Festival season, centering around a special theme that ties together the 12 concerts highlighting the power of storytelling through music. Student fellows, who come from top conservatories and music schools, are afforded the opportunity to perform alongside world-renowned faculty artists on Friday and Saturday evening concert programs. The three-week Festival runs from June 5 to 24 and features a schedule of 12 different concerts, as well as a wide range of masterclasses, coaching sessions, and rehearsals. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit https://www.sarasotaorchestra.org/festival.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Comedy Lottery at Florida Studio Theatre Improv , June 3 – July 29, 7:30pm
It is the lottery where everyone wins. Twelve lucky audience members determine the fate of our team by selecting the nightly lineup of games. Our cast of funny people are off to the races spinning scenes, sketches, and songs to win your laughter. Bownes Lab, 1265 First St., Sarasota, floridastudiotheatre.org.
[SOON]  FOOD: Savor Sarasota , June 1 – June 14, Various times
Mark your calendars for the most delicious time of the year in Sarasota, the 18th annual Visit Sarasota County’s Savor Sarasota. Beginning Thursday, June 1st through Wednesday, June 14th, visitors and residents alike will be able to wine and dine their way around Sarasota area restaurants relishing multi-course meals. Savor Sarasota restaurant week is a two-week dining program that offers artfully crafted prix-fixe menus for both lunch and dinner. Lunch menus feature a two-course menu for $25 per person, and dinner menu features three courses for $40 per person. Many restaurants will also offer menu upgrades and wine and spirit pairings to elevate the experience. Visit https://www.visitsarasota.com/savor-sarasota/restaurants for an up-to-date restaurant list.
[SOON]  GALLERY: Identity, Exploring the Human Condition , June 1 – August 5, Gallery hours

The 2023 exhibition season continues with Identity, Exploring the Human Condition, which highlights the diverse talents of artists from across the southeast region of the United States and will be on display in all four gallery spaces. On view from June 1-August 5, the opening reception is Thursday, June 1, 6-8 p.m. The juror is Christy Paris, an art professor and PhD candidate in the College of Education at the University of South Florida. A Juror’s Critique, with Paris, will take place on Tuesday, June 6. Art Center Sarasota is located at 707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. For information, visit www.artsarasota.org or call 941-365-2032.

[SOON]  THEATER: Shear Madness , May 31 – July 16, Various times

There has been a murder in a local hair salon, and it is up to the audience to solve the crime. Everyone is a suspect when the old lady living above Shear Madness salon is mysteriously offed. Join two police officers to piece together the clues behind this strange, scissor-stabbing homicide. Chock full of up-to-the minute spontaneous humor, Shear Madness has slayed the hearts of audiences around the world. Now it is up to Sarasota audiences to outwit the suspects and catch the killer in this interactive comedy whodunit. FST Gompertz Theatre, 1265 First St.
Sarasota, floridastudiotheatre.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Laser Light Nights at The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature , May 25 – September 2, 7pm and 9pm

Break out the big hair and acid-washed denim because Laser Light Nights are back at The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature. Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night from May 25 through September 2, we are rocking out to some of your favorite artists in the Planetarium! A variety of food options and drinks are available for purchase onsite with cash or card. Tickets are $15. The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, 201 10th St W., Bradenton, bishopscience.org.

[SOON]  FOOD: SIN Nights at Geckos on Hillview , May 12 – August 31, 10 pm to midnight

Enjoy SIN Nights for Geckos Hospitality and Service Industry Colleagues. Join Geckos on Hillview Street in Southside Village and let us serve you late at night after your shift on Friday and Saturday nights. We will keep the light on late for you and offer Geckos food and drink specials just for you from 10-Midnight. Come in wearing your uniform or bring in your schedule and enjoy the camaraderie of friends at Geckos on Hillview. 1900 Hillview Street, Sarasota, www.GeckosGrill.com.

[SOON]  FOOD: Geckos Hospitality Group Iron Chef Challenge 2023 , May 15 – June 18, Restaurant Hours

Join the Geckos Hospitality Group family of restaurants to celebrate the culinary creativity of your favorite Geckos Grill and Pub Chefs during the annual Iron Chef Challenge. From May 15th to June 11th and June 12th to 18th each of our six Geckos will participate in a weekly special Iron Chef Menu, with several of our Chefs designing delectable and inventive fare, plus some tried and true favorites with a creative twist. The contest is a weekly competition between Geckos Kitchen Creatives and guests may sample what the GHG kitchen pros have up their Chef Jacket sleeves. Whichever Iron Chef Special Menu is the favorite of our GHG guests for the week wins the Iron Chef title for that week and a cash prize with seven Iron Chefs named after the competition knives have been cleaned and put away in June. There will be a Championship Final the week of June 12-18th, with the winning GHG location being crowned the Iron Chef 2023 Champ. All Geckos Hospitality locations, geckosgrill.com.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Reel Music at the Florida Studio Theatre , February 15 – June 25, Various times

Florida Studio Theatre presents the original music revue, Reel Music, celebrating the movies that helped create the soundtrack to the last century. Featuring classics like “Singin’ in the Rain,” “Circle of Life,” and “My Heart Will Go On,” this new Cabaret traces how films—and the music highlighted in them—have evolved over the past one hundred years. Created by Richard Hopkins, Rebecca Hopkins, and Sarah Durham with musical arrangements by Jim Prosser, Reel Music begins playing February 15, 2023, in FST’s Court Cabaret. Single tickets for Reel Music
range between $18-39 and are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Reclaiming Home, Contemporary Seminole Art at Ringling Museum , March 29 – September 4, Museum hours

Reclaiming Home, Contemporary Seminole Art group exhibition will mark The Ringling’s first presentation of contemporary art by Native American artists with ancestral, historical, and present-day connections to Florida. An imperative step toward establishing a meaningful relationship with the Native American artistic community, Reclaiming Home will highlight the breadth and depth of the artwork by Seminole, Miccosukee, and mixed-heritage artists from Florida with the important work by internationally-recognized artists. The exhibition will expand the conceptual framework of Native American art made in Florida today and provide a fuller understanding of the complexities of issues within the art of the Seminole diaspora. Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota, ringling.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens 2023 Jean & Alfred Goldstein Exhibition Tiffany: The Pursuit of Beauty in Nature , February 12 – June 26, During garden hours

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ 2023 Jean and Alfred Goldstein Exhibition Tiffany: The Pursuit of Beauty in Nature showcases the creativity and innovation of American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). The first exhibition of its type to be presented in a botanical garden, the exhibition highlights the inspiring connection between Tiffany Studios and the natural world through unique horticultural displays in the Tropical Conservatory and the Gardens, accompanied by seminal examples of Tiffany’s work on view in the Museum of Botany and the Arts. To learn more, visit selby.org. Selby Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus, 1534 Mound St., Sarasota.

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