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Upcoming events

Spirit of Kerouac Festival

Spirit of Kerouac Festival

Monday / October 21, 2019 / 6:00 PM

$7 in advance / $10 at the door

Presented by friends of the Jack Kerouac House

A charity fundraising event hosted at The Studio@620 featuring the work of Clinton Van Inman and other local artists.

This event is part of the Spirit of Kerouac Festival, all about the Creative Spirit, honoring the Life and Legacy of Jack Kerouac as we mark 50 years since his passing in 1969.

Join us in celebration as we highlight the vibrant local arts community with a series of events and bolster support for our historical preservation efforts.

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Thrice to Mine

Thrice to Mine

Friday and Saturday / October 25-26, 2019 / 8:00 PM

$25 / $20 Studio@620 Members

Written and Performed by Roxanne Fay

The Studio@620 welcomes Roxanne Fay and her latest one woman work, "Thrice to Mine". An epic, earthly yet mystical adventure of a woman's triumphant survival in the 11th century, "Thrice to Mine" was created at Hawthornden Castle in Lasswade, Scotland. With echos of Shakespeare, this play thrills with a story that diverges significantly from the one we know from Macbeth. This self described character is the "Daughter of a prince. Widow of a king. Mother of a king. Witch. Murderer. The Creator of Kings. The dowager Queen". Come witness Roxanne Fay bring this complex role to life.

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Radio Theatre Project

Radio Theatre Project

Monday / Season Opener October 28, 2019 / 7:00PM

$15 all seats

Season 11

The Radio Theatre Project at The Studio@620 begins an 11th Season of original radio plays on Monday October 28, 2019!
As is our tradition, the first performance gives a nod to Halloween Haunting. “Hurst of Hurstcote” by Elizabeth Salazar has ghosts, a spooky English manor, love, suspicion and jealousy. A favorite, returning playwright, William Ivor Fowkes, presents “Miss Peddy & Grace”. It follows a trail of macabre and mysterious deaths, with two very intriguing characters.

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The Never Know Show

The Never Know Show

Tuesday / October 29, 2019 / 7:00 PM


Hosted by Bitter And Productions

The Never No Show is an improvised long-form improv comedy show that you won’t want to no show!

Starring the area's most adept improvisers, as well as some out-of-town guests, audiences are guaranteed a ridiculously fun time that will feel like magic. Our roving cast includes Ana Weatherwax, Annie Scott, Darryl Knapp, Davina Reid, Elise Rodriguez, Gavin Hawk, John Lasavath, Katerina Smith, Kathleen Taylor, Kris Atkinson, Lauren Bone, Matt Schwartz, Matt Walker, Matthew Rodriguez, Natasha Samreny, Ricky Wayne, Scott Shoaf, Will Luera and so many more! Who will be there? What will their format be? You’ll never know!

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Poetry Open Mic

Poetry Open Mic

Wednesday / October 30, 2019 / 7:00 PM


Hosted by Keep St. Pete Lit

The Studio@620 presents our monthly Poetry Open Mic event, hosted by Keep St. Pete Lit . Together we bring area writers a recurring opportunity to share their work! Each event will include a featured poet. Interested readers may sign up upon arrival.

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Bijoux Bios Launch Party

Bijoux Bios Launch Party

Tuesday / November 5, 2019 / 7:00 PM

Free, Donations Accepted

Every Piece of Jewelry Has a Story

Bijoux Bios, a new community project that pairs jewelry aficionados and lovers of good storytelling, is holding a launch party at The Studio@620! You’ll hear about the genesis of the idea from its creators Jaye Ann Terry and Margo Hammond. Come listen as contributors to the project discuss the ways jewelry has touched their lives. Learn how you can join this community by sharing your own story about a piece that carries special memories for you — happy or sad, funny or heartbreaking.

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Shakespeare in the City: The Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare in the City: The Taming of the Shrew

Weekends in Williams Park / November 7-10 and 14-17, 2019 / 7:30 PM


By William Shakespeare

The Studio @ 620 is bringing SHAKESPEARE IN THE CITY back to Williams park! Last year's partnership with St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival was just the beginning--this year we're again pairing up to bring another artistic adaptation of Shakespeare's works to the city!

"The Taming of the Shrew" will be directed by Studio 620  Artistic Director and Founder Bob Devin Jones, co-directed by Veronica Matthews of the St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival.  Together they'll create a unique performative experience for the entire community.
Performances will run over the weekends of November 7-10 and 14-17, 2019 in downtown St. Petersburg's historic Williams Park.  Admission will be free and open to all who want to attend.  

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Private Signs and Runes

Private Signs and Runes

Opening Reception Saturday November 9, 2010
5-9PM / November 9-30, 2019 / Gallery Hours by Appointment


Works by Clare Dygert

The Studio@620 welcomes emerging artist Clare Dygert as she presents a solo exhibition, Private Signs and Runes. Her photographic works have a mysterious, ethereal quality that invites the viewer to wonder about hidden meanings or messages being conveyed to us from nature and other external sources. These small works will be presented in the intimate space of The Studio's Ellis Gallery.

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Twenty-Four Hands

Twenty-Four Hands

Opening Reception Saturday November 9, 2019
5-9PM / November 9-30, 2019 / Gallery Hours by Appointment


Group Printmaking Exhibition

The Studio@620 welcomes a twelve member printmaking group, 24 Hands, as they present a collaborative exhibition that encompasses the broad scope of printmaking. Techniques and subject matter range from traditional to experimental. Participating artists include Holly Bird, Polly E. Perkins, Marjorie Greene Graff, Brandie Dziegiel, Ryan McCollough, and Coralette Damme

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Yoga Flow

Yoga Flow

Tuesday / November 12, 2019 / 6:30 PM


With Annica Keeler

Come join us for a mix of power/slow flow, breathing and meditation. Live music by Ted Fletcher who bends his strings while we bend our bodies!
You'll be physically challenged while keeping an emphasis on making choices and staying present in your body and mind. We often begin with a few moments of breathing to still our mind and ready the body, and we always end with a short meditation. This class is a group of friendly yogis of all levels, you will get a nice mixture of relaxation, breathwork, and energizing movement while having fun.

Please bring your mat, water and any props you might want to use (blocks, straps, blanket).

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Sugar Cane

Sugar Cane

Wednesday / November 13, 2019 / 7:00 PM

$10 in advance / $12 at the door

Jazz, Afro-Carribean, Funk, and Dub

Sugar Cane is a collective of diverse musicians, based in the Tampa Bay region, rooted firmly
in the traditions of jazz, funk, and Afro-Caribbean music. All throughout the Caribbean and
Latin America perhaps no other crop symbolized the blood, toil, and resilience of the African
slave, the indigenous peoples, and the migrant worker more than sugar cane (or caña in
Spanish). Like the rum distilled from the sweet molasses, the music of this region is the
powerful silver lining in an otherwise violent and painful history. United by a deep sense of
groove, this adventurous ensemble honors an ancestral legacy of music and culture while
adapting these traditions for a new generation of conscious listeners.

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Film Screening: Erasing Family

Film Screening: Erasing Family

Monday / November 18, 2019 / 6:30 PM

$20 in advance / $30 day of event

Presented by the Erasing Family Impact Campaign

You are invited to attend an exclusive screening of the new documentary film “ERASING FAMILY” presented as part of the Erasing Family Impact Campaign. This screening is for professionals working in the legal, mental health, clergy, school system, and physicians.


This film will be released late 2019, and is already raising awareness and reunification; and leading to changes in family court and the mental health field with new, effective solutions. The ERASING FAMILY DOCUMENTARY follows young adults fighting to reunite with their broken families and offers solutions to make divorce healthier for kids. Already, the film's director, Ginger Gentile has been named an Architect of Change by Maria Shriver for her work in reuniting families.

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Short Story and Prose Open Mic

Short Story and Prose Open Mic

Tuesday / November 19, 2019 / 7:00 PM


Hosted by Wordier Than Thou

Come down and share your story!

This unique open mic series focuses on storytelling -- no poetry or music. So come share your finest prose, or if you're just in the mood for listening, catch some tales from our area's finest wordsmiths.

A featured reader will kick off the night, followed by open mic slots. Readers get 10 minutes -- enough time for a short story or an excerpt from a longer piece.

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Lil Sketchy

Lil Sketchy

Wednesday / November 20, 2019 / 7:00 PM

$10 Suggested Donation

Presented by Dirty Johns

This is not Sonny and Cher! This definitely is not Donny and Marie. This is full on filthy comedy!
Dirty John promises to deliver the best St Pete has to offer in sketch comedy with special musical guest, Owen! Stand up, Sit down, and buckle up buttercup. We are an improvisational sketch comedy group that sings and pole dances at the same time! We do it All! Mature Audiences only. Don’t bring your kids up in here.

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Bridging Communities

Bridging Communities

Saturday / December 7, 2019 / 6:20 PM


Studio Honors 2019

Studio Honors is The Studio@620's signature event which raises funds to support our mission: To cultivate emerging talent and foster a thriving, creative community. This year's honorees include Eric Deggans (Author and Television Critic), The Vitale Brothers (Artists and Muralists), and Kanika Tomalin (Saint Petersburg Deputy Mayor). Ray Arsenault (Historian, Professor, and Author) will receive the G. David Ellis Award.
Please save the date and plan to join us for an incredible evening!

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