Go “Beyond the Stage” with the School of Theatre this season and earn the chance to win tickets! Throughout the year, we will be rolling out activities inspired by our 2019-20 season productions, the School of Theatre, University student groups, and beyond. Participants who complete these activities will be entered for the chance to win tickets for shows within the current season. All entries will culminate in the chance to win a 2020-21 season subscription at the end of the year.
Each time you complete a 2019-20 Season Scavenger Hunt activity, fill out and submit the form HERE to receive credit. For each activity, you will be asked a follow up question to verify your participation or attendance. This may be in the form of a secret Event Code that you receive when you attend an event, a question about your experience, or request to upload a photo that documents the activity.
For each activity completed, you will be entered for a chance to win a 2020-21 season subscription at the end of the year.
To book a tearoom experience, call 850.391.2527. All Things Tea is located inside Miss Mandy’s at 2764 Capital Cir NE, Tallahassee, FL 32308. Hours of Operation are Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
For more information about All Things Tea, visit https://www.allthingsteatallahassee.com/index.html
To get credit for this activity for the Scavenger Hunt, be sure to ask for the secret event code when you have your tea!
220 North Duval Street, Tallahassee FL 32301.
Tuesday – Saturday | 8:00 am – 6:00 pm.
With the combination of art and talent, Au Péché Mignon dedicated chefs present you with the most elegant collection of European confections available today. Operating for over 25 years, they use only the finest natural ingredients selected from all over the world so they can bring that quality directly to you.
For more information or to peruse their selection of pastries and cakes, visit https://www.frenchpastrytallahassee.com/
Tango FSU is a campus wide organization founded with the interest of teaching and sharing the art, the passion, and the embrace that is Argentine Tango. Their faculty advisor Gordon Erlebacher has taught and danced Tango across the globe. They are an eclectic composition of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines. Anyone and everyone is welcome!
Nightclub performer Velma Kelly and housewife Roxie Hart are two murderesses who find themselves in prison together in 1920s Chicago, and fight for the fame that will keep them from heading to the gallows. Presented and co-sponsored by the FSU School of Theatre and the Student Life Cinema.
PG-13 | 113 min | 2002
For more information, visit here.
Chicago is a dark satire of the American criminal justice system. In the musical Chicago, crime is entertainment, the press and officials are playing fast and loose with the facts, innocent verdicts can be bought and sold, and fame at whatever cost is the pinnacle of the American dream. Sound familiar?
Join Christopher Núñez, Director, and Kate Gelabert, Choreographer, for a post-show discussion and Q&A on how Bob Fosse and American Vaudeville influenced and were utilized within the School of Theatre’s production of Chicago.
Seating is limited for this event. To reserve your seat(s), please RSVP at: https://fineartsticketoffice.formstack.com/forms/chicago_talk_back_rsvp
This reading is free to the public and open to children of all ages. It will be followed by a character visit and photo opportunities.
This event will take place from 1:30pm to 2:30pm at Books-A-Million, 3521 Thomasville Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32308.
This event is in coordination with the upcoming School of Theatre production of The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, running from November 21-24 in the Fallon Theatre at Florida State University.
Tickets are on sale now at tickets.fsu.edu