Seminole State College’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts Theatre presents five major productions per year. Individual tickets are $10 for adults; $8 for seniors and non-Seminole State students; and free for faculty, staff and currently-enrolled Seminole State students.
Marcus, or the Secret of Sweet, the final installment in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Brother/Sister bayou trilogy, the play is a coming of age tale set in the final days before Katrina.
Tickets go on sale on March 13th.
Seminole State Dance Festival This end of year showcase is presented by all of the dance classes at Seminole State College. Intetrested in being part of the show? Learn more about our dance classes.
Tickets go on sale on April 10th.
#Throwback: Celebrate the Music is a juke box musical being written and arranged exclusively for Seminole State College and the newly named Harriett's Theatre. This show, celebrating top billboard hits of the past 50 years, includes music from Chubby Checker and The Beatles to Backstreet Boys and Lady Gaga.
The second weekend of this show has been changed due to hurricane Matthew. There are no shows the weekend of October 6-9. Those shows will now be on October 13, 14 and 16 at the above times. Please contact the box office with questions or to purchase tickets.
Tickets go on sale on September 12th.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), an irreverent, fast paced romp through the Bard’s cannon. “PITHIER THAN PYTHON. IRRESISTIBLE.” says the New York Times, and the Today Show says "IF YOU LOVE SHAKESPEARE, YOU'LL LOVE THIS SHOW. IF YOU HATE SHAKESPEARE, YOU'LL LOVE THIS SHOW!"
Tickets go on sale on October 31st.
Tell Me a Story will feature some of the most engaging and entertaining storytellers in Central Florida. This is a special holiday performance at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts.
Tickets go on sale on November 21st.
The Physicists, Friedrich Durrenmatt’s classic parable about the responsibility of the scientist in the nuclear age. Informed by the Second World War and the many recent advances in science and nuclear technology, the play deals with questions of scientific ethics and humanity's ability to handle its intellectual responsibilities.
Tickets go on sale on January 30th.