SEASON OF THE ARTS
BALLET VERO BEACH
starts off Ballet Vero
It contains three
two that have never
The Barn Theatre has another exciting lineup this season showcasing local talent, as it did last year with Legally Blonde: The Musical.
winning play in 1945 and a great play for our current times
when hope and optimism are important. In March, enjoy Tick,
Tick…BOOM!, an autobiographical musical with a great and
relatable story. The April play, In the Heat of the Night, is set
against the backdrop of the civil rights movement in America
in the mid-1960s.
Treasure Coast Community Theatre in Port St. Lucie has a
play for each month this winter and spring. January begins
with Clue, a comedic mystery. February brings Nunsense, the
theater’s first musical, and March comes in with the Tony
Award-winning comedy Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike.
Ballet Vero Beach presents a thrilling series of ballets starting
Jan. 14 with Franco-American celebrating eclectic French
and American influences on the ballet company’s works.
Matthew Lovegood’s romantic French Songs returns, artistic
director Adam Schnell’s wistfully youthful Ballade makes its
debut and French choreographer Yves de Bouteiller’s allegorical
West Side Story Suite makes its company debut.
Symphonic Dances takes the stage in February with big, bold
dancing and music. Concluding the season in April, Studio to
Stage brings some laughter to the dance, along with a showcase
of Danish style at its best.
Opera lovers will delight in the Vero Beach Opera production
of La Bohème on Jan. 9 at the Performing Arts Center of
Vero Beach High School. It has all the necessary ingredients:
love, passion, heartache and tragedy. The organization is also
featuring Three Tenors La Bella Italia, a concert. Rising Stars
Opera Festival is back with competition and a finals concert
from March 23-25.
The Atlantic Classical Orchestra is live with Treasure Coast
performances in Stuart and Vero Beach. The Space Coast
Symphony Orchestra performs in Vero Beach, Melbourne and
Satellite Beach. The Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society plays
in Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie again. Check their calendar
on their website for show information.
A very busy season is expected this year at all of the venues.
If there’s a show you want to attend, you might want to
buy your tickets early before they sell out.