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Mr. Yunioshi

Urbanite Theatre 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota

What compels an actor to play a character that they probably shouldn't? In this sidesplitting roast, J. Elijah Cho cleverly answers that question by exploring Mickey Rooney's infamous yellowface performance of Mr. Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany's. “Cho is utterly brilliant"  -NoHoArts District ​“Smart, fresh, clever from start to finish” -Fringe Review UK

$39

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The Burdens

Urbanite Theatre 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota

Siblings Mordy and Jane have a problem. Their dreadful, centenarian grandfather is an emotional and financial tax on the family, and he just won’t die. Scheming almost entirely via sarcastic and misspelled text messages, the siblings hatch an outrageous plan to relieve their family of their grandfather’s burden. Zany, twisted and inventive, this dark comedy Read More >

$25 – $39

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Birds of North America

Urbanite Theatre 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota

As birders, John and his daughter Caitlyn adore spending tender autumn days attempting to catch glimpses of elusive birds. But as seasons, the climate, and global politics change, the two find their connection as rare as a red-headed Woodpecker.  In a lyrical and endearing family portrait, Birds of North America unfolds in delicate, detailed layers like the scattered Read More >

$25 – $39

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Backwards Forwards Back

Urbanite Theatre 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota

When a soldier returns from war carrying the ghosts of his tour, he’s faced with a sobering decision: address his alarming PTSD with Virtual Reality therapy, or risk losing access to his family forever. Can this new technology re-calibrate the brains and bodies of wounded soldiers? This electric, vivid, one-man drama studies the power of Read More >

$25 – $39

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That Must Be The Entrance To Heaven

Urbanite Theatre 1487 2nd Street, Sarasota

Glory. Survival. Legacy. Citizenship. Four Latino boxers all chase a world title to achieve their personal versions of heaven. But to get there, they must battle each other, their own battered bodies, and the universe itself. All four men walk the line between life and death in this poignant, poetic collision of combat and cosmos. 

$25 – $39