Performances are Friday-Saturday at Robarts Arena and benefit Showfolks of Sarasota Jimmy Geurts Entertainment reporter @JimmyGeurts SARASOTA — Showfolks of Sarasota will celebrate half a century of producing its annual circus this year with an event featuring one of the area’s most famous performers.Comic daredevil and Sarasota native Bello Nock, who this year appeared on “America’s Got Talent” and had his own hometown show IncrediBello! at Historic Asolo Theater, will headline the 50th...
The PBS series will visit as the start of a five-city tour, with episodes airing in 2019
Jimmy Geurts Entertainment reporter @JimmyGeurts
“Antiques Roadshow” will soon visit Sarasota and its residents’ valuables.The PBS series, in which appraisers judge the value of locals’ antiques, will come to a yet-unannounced historic Sarasota location April 12.
The short is one of 10 films that will now compete for a Best Animated Short Film Oscar nomination Jimmy Geurts Entertainment reporter @JimmyGeurts An animated short made by Ringling College of Art and Design graduates will compete against Pixar and Kobe Bryant for the chance at an Oscar nomination.“In a Heartbeat,” directed by Esteban Bravo and Beth David and produced at the college, was named one of 10 films on the shortlist for the Best Animated Short Film Oscar on Monday, out of 63...
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Selecting a term
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