A daring rescue! An elephant stampede! Trains, boats, and snow sleds!!! Hold onto your seats for the original amazing race! Join fearless adventurer Phileas Fogg and his faithful assistant as they race around the world! Fogg has agreed to an outrageous wager that puts his fortune and his life at risk. With the help of his resourceful French valet, Monsieur Passepartout, Fogg sets out to circle the globe in an unheard-of 80 days. But, his every step is dogged by a detective who thinks he's a robber on the run. Does he make it!? How will it end!? Will there be Circus Performers!? Join ThinkTank Theatre as we bring you an International adventure full of twists, turns, and true love that the whole family can enjoy!
About our Relaxed Performance - As a part of our mission to provide a theatrical experience that welcomes everyone, our 3:00pm performance on Oct. 25th will be a Relaxed Performance. For this show, we’ll adjust various elements to ensure that audience members with sensory based sensitivities can enjoy our show as much as anyone else
Oct. 25th @ 3:00pm
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Cast and Crew
Collage, A Cabaret!
Featuring Today's Player's and Tomorrow's Slayers!
ThinkTank is working alongside HB Plant Theatre Company, and Featuring the local talents of
Ryan Bernier, Scott Daniel, Colleen Cherry, Kristin Carbone, Michael St.John, Dan Franke, Kara Sotakoun, Georgia Mallory Guy, the students of Plant Theatre company and our ThinkTank YAE! One Night Only! Friday March 6th! Do 👏Not 👏Miss!!!
March 6th, 7:00pm @ Plant High School
How to L.O.V.E: A Handbook for Imaginary Friends tells the story of a Father and the Handbook he finds while cleaning out the room he grew up in. The Handbook takes him through a journey of memories, revisiting times he needed a true friend, and learning, as an adult, what it means to L.O.V.E.
How to L.O.V.E: A Handbook for Imaginary Friends is fun for the whole family, the single theatre lover, Adults, Children, pets, basically any and every one!!!
How to L.O.V.E. was conceived by our Young Artists' Ensemble Company and mixes our YAE members with theatre professionals to provide them with as realistic a professional theatre experience as possible. It's written by YAE member, Toni Keene, and artistic directors, Ryan Bernier and Georgia Mallory Guy.
How to L.O.V.E: A Handbook for Imaginary Friends is presented with the support of the Arts Council of Hillsborough County and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. It's filmed with the assistance and generosity of Stageworks Theatre