“I never knew we had that here,” is likely to be the most-heard statement at the performance, Homestead’s Got It All! – Artists and Artisans. The event will be Friday, April 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Seminole Theatre.
Homestead Center for the Arts promotes local arts and cultural non-profits as well as individual artists and performers. In this first ever showcase, Phillip Church of What If Works Theater and Film and Friends of the Seminole, bring together a seamless flow of the soul of artistry in all its forms. You’ll enjoy music, dance, segments of drama and comedy and more with different HCA groups on stage and in attendance throughout the theater.
Yes, Homestead’s Got It All. You’ll meet local actors, artists, authors, artisans, dancers, singers, and all will be glad to tell you about their organizations. No matter the age or the interest, there will be something to delight you.
Come a little early or plan to stay after the show and learn about the many activities you can participate in. Door prizes will be given at the end of the performance.
Tickets are $18; or $15 for seniors and active duty military and can be purchased at the Seminole Box Office, or on-line at http://seminoletheatre.org
Proceeds for the Homestead’s Got It All show will support arts scholarships and the local arts and cultural organizations. For more information about HCA, call 305-230-9572 or go to http://homesteadcenterforthearts.com.
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There is plenty of free parking in the lot behind the historic Seminole theater at 18 North Krome Ave, off Mowry Street.