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Streetcar Named Desire

Review: Gulfshore Playhouse rides superb “Streetcar Named Desire” to success “A Streetcar Named Desire” burns with a quiet intensity. The play crafts a gorgeous narrative of a woman flailing in discontent colliding with a man sizzling with life. Every part of the show’s creative work represents professionals at the top of their game. The acting...

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Cohen & Grigsby Relocates to Naples

Cohen & Grigsby’s Florida Office Relocates to Mercato in Naples Cohen & Grigsby has already established relationships with a host of cultural organizations in Southwest Florida that include the United Arts Council, Naples Players, Gulfshore Playhouse and Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speakers.  The firm also serves as a sponsor of ART SMART, the Gulfshore Playhouse...

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Race

Gulfshore’s ‘Race’ takes on tough questions of human tendency to profile And there are so many things to discuss about it, says Kristen Coury, Gulfshore Playhouse artistic director and director of this play. “This is my favorite kind of play to direct because there’s a lot of what we’ve talked about before as ‘table work’...

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Fantastic ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Gulfshore Playhouse students let imagination run wild on fantastic ‘Alice in Wonderland’ set Take six adorable children. Add in one of literature’s most beloved creations. Stir in fantastic original costumes crafted from recycled material by Naples artist Jackie Morelisse. Add flamingos. Voila! Gulfshore Playhouse presents “Alice in Wonderland.” “Alice in Wonderland,” served up to an...