Voice of the Arts

“Museum Studies: The Artwork of Richard Heipp” is a comprehensive solo exhibition featuring over sixty works in a variety of media on display now at the University Gallery through August 28. More information at arts.ufl.edu.

The Hippodrome State Theatre in Gainesville will present the comedy “Murder for Two” from  September 17 through October 3. More information is available at thehipp.org.

The Studio Theatre at the Sharon Morse Performing Arts Center in the Villages will present the musical “Broadbend, Arkansas,” an intergenerational story of violence, justice, and finding hope. Previews begin September 28. Performances run through October 30. More information at thesharonstudio.com.

The Ocala Symphony Orchestra has announced the schedule for its upcoming season, which will kick off the weekend of November 20 with a program called “Variations on Opening Night,” featuring performances of Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, with soloist Jasmin Arakawa. More information on the 2021-2022 season is available at reillyartscenter.com.

Send information about arts events to Dana Hill at dhill@wuft.org.


Voice of the Arts is sponsored by:

UF Health