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SRQ DAILY Mar 29, 2024

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"I wish we could produce all of the other winners as well but sometimes we just can't because of what the set calls for and it just doesn't fit in our little gem of a space. "

- Summer Wallace, Producing Artistic Director, Urbanite Theatre.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Allan Mestel Captures the Cost of War in Ukraine
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

On February 24, 2022, the Russian army invaded the country of Ukraine. Less than a week later, Sarasota-based photojournalist Allan Mestel was in Medyka, at the largest border crossing between Ukraine and Poland, witnessing the sudden and massive influx of refugees fleeing the invasion, arriving by car, truck, train and by foot. Mestel would travel to Ukraine twice more in the coming years, crisscrossing the wartorn country and photographing bombed-out cities and their remaining defenders, documenting atrocities and even embedding with Ukrainian soldiers as they approached the front line. “I had no idea what to expect,” he says today. “I just felt compelled to see it for myself.” And with his latest exhibition, Portrait Ukraine, Mestel highlights the harrowing reality and the human cost of the war in Ukraine.

Currently on display in the Lexow Gallery of the Unitarian Universalist Church off Fruitville Road, Portrait Ukraine fills the walls with 46 photographs selected from Mestel’s three trips to Ukraine. And in those 46 photographs, Mestel takes viewers from funeral processions in Mykolaiv to shelled houses and cars flattened by tanks in Bucha; from the Battle of Kharkiv, where defiant residents live without power or running water yet refuse to leave their homes, to a sanatorium in Serhiivka, suddenly full of students disfigured in a missile attack while celebrating graduation. On one wall, a three-man team of Ukrainian soldiers launches armed drones against the enemy, while still others pose with fearsome machine guns. On another, refugees sleep on the ground and a Ukrainian cemetery overflows with fresh flowers.

As a photojournalist focusing on human rights issues, Mestel is no stranger to witnessing such scenes of conflict or hardship. He’s seen migrant shelters in Mexico and razor wire strung across riverbeds at the Rio Grande. He’s documented civil rights protests and counterprotests throughout the US. He was in Uvalde, TX, the day after the massacre. And through it all, he has maintained a certain professional detachment that allows him to function. “I have the capacity to put my own emotions on hold while I’m working,” he says. “I don’t process it emotionally until I get back.” But in the Ukrainian city of Izium, this emotional detachment would ultimately fail.

Mestel met the firefighter at a roadside coffee stand and arranged to photograph the firehouse. Only after, did the man say he had something else to show him. Mestel agreed to follow in his car. They drove to a dirt road off the main highway, down into the forest with nothing around. “And all of a sudden,” Mestel says, “this clearing opened up and there were hundreds of open graves.” In the early hours of the war, they would tell him, 439 Ukrainians had been marched into the forest and executed by Russian soldiers before being dumped in mass and unmarked graves. “You don’t have a wide enough lens to capture being amidst that many open graves,” Mestel says. “I still have trouble articulating what I felt. I can’t understand it.” Half were still unidentified, marked only by a small wooden cross. And a number.

Undeterred, Mestel is today prepping his fourth trip to Ukraine, scheduled for early May, where he’ll be partnering with a pair of aid organizations who hope to use his photographs as part of a larger effort. “My hope is to stir people into action,” he says. “That’s all I can hope for.”

Currently on display in the Lexow Gallery of the Unitarian Universalist Church, Portrait Ukraine runs through April 18. 

Photo by Allan Mestel.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Urbanite Theatre Presents Westminster
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

Issues of class, social prejudices and good breeding run amok in the world premiere of Westminster at Urbanite Theatre. The play by Brenda Withers was the winner of Urbanite’s 2023 Modern Works Festival and is one of three world premieres at the black-box theater this season.

Westminster did win the festival, audiences really responded to it and this is our second play coming out of the festival that has won that has moved from a script reading into a full fledged production,” says Summer Wallace, founding producing artistic director at Urbanite and director of the show. “I wish we could produce all of the other winners as well but sometimes we just can’t because of what the set calls for and it just doesn’t fit in our little gem of a space. This season I was also particularly looking for a comedy that has bite, no pun intended and this one really fits the bill.”

Wallace says “no pun intended” because Westminster is in part a story about a dog. The story begins when one of the main characters, Pia, is given a surprise rescue dog by her old friend Krys. The pair and their respective partners then square off in an ideological battle: why should Pia look after a boisterous rescue that she didn’t ask for? Why would Krys assume that this is an appropriate gesture? And what happens when two childhood friends, who attended college together, reconnect under such fraught circumstances?

“We find out over the course of the play what Pia and Krys really think of each other and through this challenge of this dog that Pia may or may not want, the truth of who they are as people and as friends gets revealed. The playwright really is playing with acceptable social prejudices,” says Wallace. “What happens when we leave our biases unchecked and cling to our point of view on the world and always make things someone else’s problem as opposed to accepting any personal responsibility for anything?”

March 22 to April 28, 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota, 941-321-1397. 

Pictured: left to right- Jonathan Fielding, Deyki Ronge,Alex Pelletier and Greg Weiner in Westminster. Photo by Sorcha Augustine.

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[Arts & Entertainment]  A Celebration Sale for Our Masterworks Season Finale

For the last Masterworks concert of our 2024-2025 season, we're offering a special sale with reduced-price seating options for a program that promises to delight every classical music lover. Tickets in sections A through C now range from $29 to $85. We've also increased the number of seats in our most affordable seating sections. On this program, Yang Plays Mozart, we're delighted to showcase Joyce Yang's dazzling virtuosity in Mozart’s show-stopping Piano Concerto No. 24. Conductor Katharina Wincor, a rising star, will lead Dvořák’s sunny and delightful Symphony No. 8, which is brimming with sonic references to birdsongs, rustling leaves, and folk dances. As a special treat, Sarasota Orchestra will perform a new work by accomplished composer Roger Zare, a native of Sarasota and alum of the Sarasota Youth Orchestras. The 2020 discovery of the comet NEOWISE inspired Zare's soaring, cinematic new work of the same name. We hope you'll join us as we conclude our Masterworks season on a high note! 

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[Arts & Entertainment]  Light and Gold, April 7, 5pm St. Boniface Episcopal Church

Join Key Chorale Chamber Singers and Modern Marimba for Light & Gold: Luminous and Lavish settings by Eric Whitacre & Morten Lauridsen on Sunday, April 7th, 5 PM at St. Boniface Church. They will present some of Whitacre and Lauridsen’s most hauntingly beautiful works full of lush harmonies. Hear the Florida premiere of Whitacre’s Child of Wonder and Lauridsen’s masterpiece inspired by light, Lux Aeterna. Featured Guest Artist will be Key Chorale’s Principal Keyboardist Glenn Priest on organ and piano. He will also be showcased in a fiery and festive Toccata by American composer and organist John Weaver and as organ soloist for Lux Aeterna. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Venice Symphony Launches New Creative Campaign and Website Ahead of its 2024-25 Concert Season

The Venice Symphony is encouraging patrons to ‘Find Your Seat. Find Yourself’ with their latest creative campaign to promote the 2024-25 concert season. Coming off the heels of a successful 50th Anniversary season, The Symphony is issuing a new era of music excellence by adding more non-traditional concerts, special guest performances, and an ongoing commitment to the community. TheVeniceSymphony.org now offers patrons: An effortless user experience to learn about upcoming shows, purchase tickets, and attend free pre-concert talks; A media hub to access concert videos of past performances by Music Director Troy Quinn and symphony musicians; Opportunities to get involved with TVS Friends, Chair Society, and the Host program; Ways to support + donate to the future of music education. About The 2024-25 Season: For the first time, The Venice Symphony will begin its season in October, with Music Director Troy Quinn and the orchestra performing A Symphonic Spooktacular, growing the season to eight concert weekends. Joining the packed concert line up, The Symphony will be adding a fourth Home for the Holidays concert, giving audiences more opportunity to experience the typically sold-out December performances. TVS is also adding more non-traditional concerts. The Rat Pack is Back will feature The Venice Symphony Jazz Orchestra with Michael Andrew, former headliner and bandleader of the legendary Rainbow Room in New York City. The concert will transport you to a time and place when crooners like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin dominated the world of music and pop culture. Season subscriptions are currently on-sale through the box office, and individual tickets go on sale August 2024. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Celebrating Regional Art and Artists at Creative Liberties

Creative Liberties Artist Studios and Gallery continues its season’s offerings with an all-packed April, starting with a program, April 1-30, to meet artists Tom Rio, Charlotte Jordan and Michelle Depaolis-Wampner, the featured artists-in-residence at Creative Liberties in Gaze Gallery at the ARCOS Apartments, 340 Central Avenue in Sarasota. Meet the artists, learn about their process, and view and purchase their art. Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; and Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m.  

Pictured: Creative Liberties Studio Artist Jay Li.

[Arts & Entertainment]  ensembleNEWSRQ Presents Paris Refraction as part of The Ringling's Art of Performance Series

As part of The Ringling’s “Art of Performance Series,” ensembleNEWSRQ (enSRQ) presents “Paris Refraction,” a four-part “micro festival” that explores new music compositions that embody or have been inspired by the City of Light. Violinist Samantha Bennett and percussionist George Nickson, enSRQ’s founders and co-artistic directors, explain that the festival is a collaboration with principal members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, ensembleNEWSRQ Core and guest artists, and “some of new music’s brightest stars.”  They add that the four-concert festival will be presented in both Dallas and Sarasota, with faculty and students of Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Meadows School of the Arts involved in the Dallas presentation. The festival will be presented at SMU in Dallas, April 23, 24, 25, and 28. In Sarasota, the festival is May 9, 7:30 p.m.; May 10, 7:30 p.m.; and May 11, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., at the Historic Asolo Theatre, 5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota. Single tickets are $30-40. For more information on ticket packages and single tickets, including student ticket pricing, visit https://www.ringling.org/event/ensemblenewsrq/ or call 941-360-7399. 

Pictured: Violinist, Samantha Bennett. Photo courtesy of ensembleNEWSRQ.

[BOSRQ]  2024 Best of SRQ Local Party

2024 BEST OF SRQ LOCAL PARTY | Join us on Friday, April 12, 2024, from 5-8 pm at the Aloft Hotel in Downtown Sarasota to taste and experience some of this year's "Best of SRQ Local" restaurants and cocktails. Share a hip evening with our area’s passionate localvores and foodies. 

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[SOON]  DANCE: Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance , June 2, 7:30pm
Irish dancers and musicians from Edmonds Herbert W. Armstrong College and Armstrong Dance will embark on their fifth U.S. tour beginning May 5, visiting 10 states over seven weeks with their show Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall will host a one-night performance at 7:30 p.m., June 2. Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance explores the ancient origins of Irish step dance and celebrates the millennia-long journey of a music-and-dance-loving people as they migrate from the ancient Near East to Ireland, Scotland, England and the United States. Tickets to Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance begin at $25 and can be purchased at VanWezel.org. For more information, please visit celticthrone.com.
[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Jimmy Failla , May 11, 8pm
The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is excited to welcome Jimmy Failla to Sarasota on Saturday, May 11, 2024 at 8pm. Tickets for the Everybody Calm Down Tour go on sale this Friday, February 23 at 10am EST. Tickets start at $20.70 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726. Pre-show dining is available through Mattisons at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.
[SOON]  MUSIC: Kenny G , May 5, 7pm

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is excited to welcome Kenny G to Sarasota on Sunday, May 5, 2024 at 7pm.  Tickets start at $40 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726. Pre-show dining is available through Mattisons at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Van Wezel Presents The Concert, A Tribute to ABBA , May 4, 8pm

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is excited to welcome The Concert, A Tribute to ABBA to Sarasota on Saturday, May 4, 2024 at 8 p.m. The Concert: A Tribute To ABBA continues to be the top ABBA tribute group in the world, dazzling all who see with their fantastic performance while playing the most iconic hits from ABBA, including Mamma Mia, S.O.S, Money, Money, Money, The Winner Takes All, Waterloo, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, and Dancing Queen. Tickets are $30-$75 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726. Pre-show dining is available through Mattisons at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.

[SOON]  MUSIC: George Thorogood and The Destroyers , May 1, 7:30 pm
The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is excited to welcome George Thorogood and The Destroyers to Sarasota on Wednesday, May 1, 2024 at 7:30pm. Five decades, 15 million albums and more than 8,000 performances later, few bands can still rock the house like George Thorogood and Destroyers. Tickets start at $41.50 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726.
[SOON]  FOOD: Set the Bar Cocktail Competition , April 14, 4-7pm
The highly anticipated Sarasota-Manatee Originals Set the Bar Cocktail Competition is back for a 2024 edition, scheduled for Sunday, April 14, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota. 25 accomplished mixologists, representing restaurants from across Sarasota and Manatee Counties, will present their innovative concoctions in five distinct spirit categories. In addition to a panel of industry experts, attendees will have the opportunity to sample these creations and vote for their favorites, with the judging criteria encompassing flavor, appearance, bartender presentation, and imagination. The competition is partnered with Children First, a local non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the healthy development of children and families. All proceeds from a silent auction will benefit this important cause. Tickets are now on sale for $85 each, with a limited number available. At-the-door tickets will be offered at $95 per person, subject to availability. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit eatlikealocal.com/events/setthebar.
[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Theresa Caputo Live, The Experience , April 11, 7:30pm

For more than a decade, Theresa Caputo, known worldwide as the Long Island Medium, and star of the new Lifetime Series Raising Spirits, has touched the lives of millions of fans, comforting supporters when they need it most. Now Sarasota fans will get their chance at healing when the acclaimed medium and beloved personality appears live at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Thursday, April 11 at 7:30pm. Known for her unique ability to communicate with those who have passed on, Theresa Caputo Live: The Experience brings Theresa face-to-face with her fans as Spirit guides her through the audience. A full-stage video display ensures that everyone in the theater has an up-close experience regardless of seat location. Through personal life stories, candid humor, and intimate details about her gift to communicate with those who have passed, the beloved television personality and best-selling author delivers healing messages to her audience, reassuring them with the revelation that their deceased loved ones are still with them, just in a different way. Recognized as one of the most renowned mediums for over 20 years, Theresa Caputo Live: The Experience is an awe-inspiring event you will not want to miss. Learn more about Theresa at www.theresacaputo.com. Tickets start at $64.23 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office. Pre-show dining is available through Mattison’s at the Van Wezel which is located inside the theatre. Reservations can be made on VanWezel.org or through the box office.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Fresh Fridays , April 5, 7-10 pm

Fresh Fridays is dancing its way into April and ready to sweep downtown Sarasota with a dance revolution on Main Street, its new location for the new month. The popular downtown community event is throwing a block party boogie on April 5, from 7-10 pm, between Palm Avenue and Pineapple Avenue, for their newest event, Dance Dance Downtown Sarasota. Attendees will enjoy electrifying live music from Society Hill, power up with fresh fuel from local restaurants, and bust a move with a special dance activity for the event. Guests can stay up to date by following Fresh Fridays on their social media channels or by visiting their website at www.downtownsarasotadid.com/fresh-fridays.

[SOON]  FOOD: Norman Love Confections Grand Reopening , April 1, 11:30am
Norman Love Confections just relocated its Sarasota chocolate salon to a new address within The Shoppes at UTC at 8109 Cooper Creek Blvd., University Park. To celebrate, NLC will host a re-grand opening event on Monday, April 1 at 11:30 am. The grand re-opening event will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, and remarks from Chef Norman Love and Norman Love Confections CEO Lisa Fisher. Live entertainment and complimentary refreshments will follow the ceremony. The first 25 people to arrive will receive complimentary swag bags. For more information, visit normanloveconfections.com.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Family Saturdays , March 23 – May 25, 10am-12pm
Kids and kids at heart can enjoy fun art and nature activities on Saturday mornings, at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens on March 23, April 27, and May 25. Activities will run from 10 a.m. to noon each day, and participation is included in admission to the Gardens, which is always free for Selby Gardens members. These Family Saturdays celebrate the current exhibition on view, Yayoi Kusama: A Letter to Georgia OKeeffe. Several activity stations with different art-focused projects will be set up in the Ann Goldstein Childrens Rainforest Garden during each monthly event. The goal is to invite kids of all ages to explore the artwork of Yayoi Kusama and Georgia OKeeffe through activities that also connect them to the natural environment. Admission to Selby Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus is $26 for adults, $11 for ages 5 to 17, and free for children 4 and under. Tickets may be purchased online in advance at selby.org. Selby Gardens members always receive complimentary admission as well as discounts for guests. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit selby.org.
[SOON]  THEATER: The White Chip , March 20 – April 12, Various times

The 2024 Stage III Series lineup at Florida Studio Theatre features three daring plays penned by award-winning playwrights. The third play in the series, White Chip, follows the character Steven. Steven is on top of the world: he is married, has good friends, and is steps away from his dream job running one of the hottest theatres in the country. He also happens to be an alcoholic spinning out of control. Follow his life from first sip to first love, critical hit to critical care, all the way to rock bottom, where he carves an unusual path to sobriety. Part of The Recovery Project, The White Chip is a wry and wild theatrical journey to recovery. Learn more and purchase tickets at FloridaStudioTheatre.org.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: The Dawn of Civilization with David Miano , March 17 – April 21, 2-3:30pm
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new line of live online courses featuring the expertise of Dr. David Miano. In this six-part series, we will study the emergence of the first complex societies in the ancient Near East, beginning with the earliest settlements in the Epipaleolithic period and finishing with the development of the first empire in the mid-third millennium BCE. We will pay special attention to how societies grew across the expanse of time, from small hunter-gatherer villages to large consolidated states, taking a close look at the invention of agriculture, the wheel, bronze metallurgy, writing, literature, and the development of religion and government. To do this, we will rely on material remains, primary source documents, and art, which illuminate the unique features of ancient Near Eastern societies. Enroll now to take advantage of this exclusive opportunity to learn from one of the best, live on Zoom. To enroll and learn more, visit mianoacademy.org.
[SOON]  GALLERY: Through Sorrow into Light , March 14 – April 20, Various times
Art Center Sarasota presents Through Sorrow into Light by Natasha Dikareva features a new body of freestanding and wall-hanging ceramic sculptures, expressing the perspective of the Ukrainian-born artist on the current sociopolitical climate. Artist Talk on Thursday, March 28, 5:30-7 p.m. To learn more, visit www.artsarasota.org or call 941-365-2032.
[SOON]  MUSEUM: Free Second Sundays , March 10 – December 8, 11am-5pm
Enjoy a day of art and family fun at Sarasota Art Museum. On the second Sunday of each month, we offer free admission for visitors, special performances, and art-making activities for the whole family. To learn more, visit sarasotaartmuseum.org.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Space Saturdays , March 2 – December 7, 10am-2:30pm
Join us for Space Saturday, the first Saturday of every month, as we explore a different topic in the world of astronomy. During Space Saturdays, you will discover an out-of-this-world activity during Backyard Science, formerly Science Sprouts, in The Mosaic Backyard Universe, explore space with a staff astronomer during KidSpace in The Planetarium, and finish your day with an astronomy-themed story during Tales Under the Tree. To learn more, visit bishopscience.org.
[SOON]  THEATER: Born with Teeth , February 21 – March 29, Various times
Do not miss the opportunity to witness the fascinating dynamic between Shakespeare and Marlowe as their secrets unravel on stage. Born with Teeth runs through March 29, 2024. Visit asolorep.org for a full performance schedule. Tickets start at $35 and are available now in person at the Asolo Rep Box Office at 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, by phone at 941-351-8000 or 800-361-8388, or online at asolorep.org.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Bird Photographer of the Year , February 13 – April 28, Various times
Prepare for an awe-inspiring journey into the world of birds. The prestigious Bird Photographer of the Year exhibition has landed at The Bishop, showcasing winning and finalist images that capture the beauty, drama, and intricate details of avian life. Travel to remote corners of the globe through stunning photographs: witness eagles soaring, hummingbirds hovering, and penguins waddling. Each image is a testament to the skill and passion of the photographer, offering a unique window into the lives and wonders of these feathered marvels. Beyond a visual feast, the exhibition is a powerful reminder of our interconnected planet and the importance of bird conservation. Prepare to be captivated, and inspired, and leave with a renewed appreciation for the birds that share our world. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit bishopscience.org.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Fresh Harvest Farmers Market at Wellen Park , June 25 – December 29, 9 am to 1 pm

Visit Fresh Harvest, the newly launched weekly farmers market in Downtown Wellen. Fresh Harvest offers a selection of local goods from nearly 40 local vendors. Fresh Harvest takes place every Sunday in Downtown Wellen from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees can peruse different vendor booths and stock up on a variety of goods. Vendors will offer a wide variety of locally grown and produced food, including herbs, spices, cut flowers, teas, canned and preserved fruits and vegetables, syrups, baked goods, pickled foods, fresh seafood, meats, poultry, eggs, milk and prepared food and beverages. A limited selection of craft vendors also participate in the farmers market. For a listing of participating vendors and more information on Fresh Harvest Farmers Market, visit wellenpark.com/events/fresh-harvest-farmers-market. Downtown Wellen, 19745 Wellen Park Blvd., Venice.

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