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June 6 – 16, 2024

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

by Clark Gesner, Michael Mayer, Andrew Lippa, Charles M. Schulz

A ThinkTank Theatre production presented at freeFall Theatre as part of freeFall’s Tandem Series. Happiness is great musical theatre! With charm, wit, and heart, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown explores life through the eyes of Charlie Brown and his friends in the Peanuts gang. This revue of songs and vignettes, is based on the beloved Charles Schulz comic strip.

Season Sponsors: The Gobioff Foundation | The Florida Division of Arts and Culture | Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners | and Lab Athletics
Producing Sponsors: Matt and Mary Gordan | Hal Freedman and Willi Rudowsky | and The University of Tampa Physician Assistant Program

The 2:00pm performance on June 8th will be a Sensory Performance. This is designed to create a comfortable experience for people with autism, sensory sensitivities, or other social and cognitive disabilities.



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June 20, 2024

Kill Your Darlings

Presented in partnership with The Jewish Federation

Kill Your Darlings is a true story of obsession and murder. This biographical drama encapsulates the early days of the Beat Generation and the murder of David Kammerer in 1944. Told from the perspective of three young writers, Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston), and William Burroughs (Ben Foster), the film zooms in on their tested friendship after a close friend among them is arrested for murder. 

Rated R for language, drug use and brief violence.

June 29, 2024


Featuring Fred Johnson and Theo Valentin

Two of Tampa Bay’s finest jazz singers Fred Johnson and Theo Valentin delve into jazz standards and the Great American Songbook for an evening of “Sophisticated Swing!” Joined by Michael Ross on bass, Patrick Bettison on keys, Ron Gregg on drums, and Henry Ashwood on Alto Saxophone, “Sophisticated Swing” promises to be a thrilling evening of swinging music. Presented by the Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association.  

August 9 – September 8, 2024


By Doug DeVita

Who has the right to tell your story? Fable explores the nature of memory through the eyes of two very different show business siblings. When one sister wants her version of events made legendary on the Broadway stage, the other is pulled into a tug-of-war over the truth of things long past. A fable about the making of a Broadway fable – the hit musical Gypsy. Sisters June Havoc and Gypsy Rose Lee’s loyalty to each other is tested in a mounting battle between fiction and truth. 

Presenting Sponsor: Brian Reale
Show Sponsors: Michael Miller & Robert Jenkins
Community Partners: Kathy Day | Hal Freedman & Willi Rudowsky | Michael Schine

November 8 – December 15, 2024

Ken Ludwig’s Moriarty:

A New Sherlock Holmes Adventure

By Ken Ludwig

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are back on the case! An investigation into the Bohemian king’s stolen letters cascades into an international mystery filled with spies, blackmail and intrigue. With world peace at stake, Holmes and Watson join forces with American actress Irene Adler to take down cunning criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty and his network of devious henchmen. Five actors play over 40 roles in this adventure that has more danger, more laughter, more romance, and more mystery than our smash hit production of Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville.

Presenting Sponsors: Al May | Bill Ward
Community Partners: Al & Sandee Steinberg

February 14 – March 16, 2025

Sondheim and Weidman’s Road Show

Music and Lyrics by Steven Sondheim
Book by John Weidman

From the writing team that brought us Assassins and Pacific Overtures – Road Show is based on the true story of the Mizner Brothers. From the Alaskan Gold Rush in the 1890s to the Florida real estate boom in the 1920s, Road Show is the story of men and women in late nineteenth century America, willing to take risks to grab their piece of the American Dream. Spanning 40 years, Addison and Wilson Mizner are constantly looking for the next way to strike it rich. This quest turns into a test of morality and judgment for the two brothers that will change their lives in unexpected ways.

Presenting Sponsors: Kevin A. Lane | Michael Miller & Robert Jenkins | Brian Reale | Charis & Rich Warshof
Show Sponsors: Gary & Linda Hansen | Bill Ward
Community Partners: Betsy Schweitzer | Theresa L. Watson | Cherie Willard

April 11 – May 11, 2025

For Closure!

By Hannah Benitez

In this farce set in a small Florida seaside town, Raven and Amanda are trying to keep the family real estate agency afloat in trying times. When a nefarious local politician threatens to bring even more disruption to their lives, they must join forces with the enigmatic psychic, Camille Chevalier Milk to expose the true nature of this threat to the town before it’s too late. This over-the-top, tongue-in-cheek romp is a hilarious and satirical look at the foibles and hypocrisies of modern life, set on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Show Sponsors: Patricia & Timothy Doyle | Michael Miller & Robert Jenkins
Community Partners: Hal Freedman & Willi Rudowsky |
Betsy Schweitzer | Bill Ward | Cherie Willard

June 13 – July 13, 2025

The House of Future Memory

Devised by Eric Davis, the ensemble, and you 

This surprising and innovative performance will bring together the talents and imagination of the performers with the dreams, fears and desires of the audience to create a unique evening of storytelling and theatre that can only happen once. Through improvisation, traditional storytelling, and innovative effects, the audience will be transported to an uncanny place where anything is possible – where dreams become real and the future looms like a memory waiting to take shape.

Show Sponsors: Bill & Suzanne Garth | Michael Miller & Robert Jenkins
Community Partners: Joanne & Ralph Contursi | Judy Heintzelman | Betsy Schweitzer | Bill Ward | Cherie Willard