Mac Stone grew up in the Sunshine State exploring the swamps, prairies, and springs of North Central Florida. An award-winning conservation photographer and naturalist, he specializes in documenting America's swamps and wetlands and exploring the complex relationships between mankind and the natural world.
You won't want to miss this new lecture series! Some of the most compelling authors and historians will be joining us in Boca Grande to share their knowledge of American Presidents and Politics.
All new this year! The Bolshoi Ballet will now be broadcast in Boca Grande! BY Experience (The folks that bring us National Theatre Live) are now offering Pathe Live's Bolshoi Ballet 2014/15 program, featuring captured live and recorded ballet productions direct from the grand Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.
The Sesquicentennial of the Civil War. On April 9, 1865 Grant accepts Lee's surrender. On April 14, 1865 Lincoln is assassinated. The 2015 Civil War Reflections symposium will look at the events leading up to the conclusion of the war, the impact of the war on the country, and the beginning of reconstruction.
Our fourth season of Film Forum: See Something Worth Talking About, will feature former University of Illinois president, Stan Ikenberry, as moderator. Panelists are Eddie Biedenbach, Brit Kirwan, Clarence Pozza, Arthur Roberts, Jack Swarbrick and Mary Willingham.
The Classics ... performed the way they were meant to be heard. “Steppin Out” gives an audience a fresh opportunity to hear these great songs again ... live, and in the tradition of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin and even Michael Buble. A well rounded entertainer, the audience is not only treated to top notch vocals but also the stories behind some of the world’s most beloved songs.
The Bethune-Cookman University Inspirational Gospel Choir repertoire includes a variety of gospel styles, ranging from Negro spirituals to contemporary gospel. The choir was one of three gospel choirs to perform at the White House at the invitation of Tipper Gore during the 1993 Inaugural Prayer Services for President Clinton. Thank you to our corporate sponsor Tim Dumas and Merrill Lynch for this concert.
This year promises to be another stellar season of National Theatre Live performances! We will have at least these six performances with the possibility of more; Medea(October 27); A Streetcar Named Desire (November 17); Frankenstein (December 15); Of Mice and Men (December 29); Skylight (January 12); John (February 16) and Treasure Island (March 16).