An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth

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Emmy® and Tony Award®–winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth returns Mon, Mar 13 to Ruth Eckerd Hall after a smash performance in 2016! Kristin takes the lead in a career that spans film, television, voiceover and stage. Though Kristin has often come into our living rooms on hit shows such as The West Wing and Glee, she may be most remembered by Broadway lovers everywhere for her origination of the role of Glinda the Good Witch in Wicked, which earned her a Tony Award nomination and her Tony Award–winning performance in You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, for which she stole the show and many hearts in the process. In July, she received the coveted star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of live performances on stage or in theatre.

A veteran of the concert stage, Kristin has performed to sold–out crowds in concert halls across the globe. In her live show, the acclaimed star brings iconic songs from her best known shows like Wicked, Glee and On the Twentieth Century – as well as popular standards and classics from Broadway, Hollywood and beyond!

Parliament House Gay Days® Friday with ERIKA JAYNE

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Friday – June 3 – From the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, we are thrilled to welcome ERIKA JAYNE live in concert. Start your night with the ever-hilarious COCO PERU performing her show “A Gentle Reminder: Coco’s Guide to a Somewhat Happy Life” (tickets http://www.phouse.ticketleap.com) at 7:30pm. Footlight Players take to the stage at 10pm & 12am. DJ Brianna spins in the courtyard and DJ Scott Robert heats up the Main Room. Tickets are only $15 in advance. VIP $50 includes Meet & Greet / Photo Op.

Purchase at http://www.phousegaydays.eventbrite.com.

‘Rent—In Concert’ is the newest offering from the Suncoast AIDS Theatre Project

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Sarasota – Rent is a time-honored musical amongst the LGBT community. It’s a story of a group of impoverished young artists living in Alphabet City in NYC while living under the nightmare of the initial onslaught of AIDS. It’s the perfect musical for the Suncoast AIDS Theatre Project to present Nov. 3 and 10 at Florida Studio Theatre.

Rather than being maudlin or prone of victimizing it’s gay characters (as many Hollywood movies are want to do) Rent imparted a message of hope amidst the decimation and that is probably the reason why it continues to be relevant more than 20 years after its debut.

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