Florida Studio Theatre had already announced that it would kick of its mainstage season with "Monty Python's Spamalot." Now FST has unveiled the rest of the show in it its 2013-14 mainstage and cabaret seasons. After Mainstage Season "Spamalot," Nov. 13-Jan. 4, the mainstage season continues in the Keating Theatre with "Thurgood," George
Stevens Jr.'s play based on the life of Justice Thurgood Marshall, Dec. 11-Feb. 15. Following in the Gompertz Theatre is "Daddy Long Legs," Feb. 5-April 5, an adaptation of the novel by Jean Webster. The season ends with "Two Point Oh" by Jeffrey Jackson, a multimedia play about the effects of technology. That will run April 9-June 1.
The Cabaret Season starts in the John C. Court Cabaret with "The Prima Donettes," Oct. 23-Feb. 1, about female singing groups of the '50s and '60s, developed by Richard Hopkins and Jim Prosser. Opening next in the Goldstein Cabaret is "Poems, Prayers and Promises," celebrating the American music and storytelling developed by Hopkins and his wife Rebecca, set for Jan. 1-April 12. Closing out the season Feb. 19-June 7 in the John C. Court Cabaret is "Too Darn Hot," also developed by Prosser and Richard Hopkins and featuring music by Cole Porter.
Subscriptions for all four mainstage shows are available for $45 and up' for the cabaret shows, subscriptions start at $35. You can stop be the box office at 1241 N. Palm Ave. in Sarasota, call 941-366-9000 or go to www.FloridaStudioTheatre.org.