The natural beauty of the Gulf Coast of Florida is legendary. And the climate is the stuff of great boasting by locals and visitors. But there is more.
Periodically, I will share information about the arts and culture that so envelopes this region. I begin today with Theatre Odyssey, a producing theater company with its origin in 2006. (I have also created a specific link on my Home page because of my longtime relationship to the company. )
Theatre Odyssey produces short plays in three annual festivals. Its iconic Ten-Minute Play Festival invites play submissions from playwrights throughout Florida. The Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival welcomes work from high school students along the Gulf Coast, and the One-Act Play Festival accepts plays from throughout the United States. The plays must be original work. This means the company is often introducing work as a world premier. The non-profit theater company has produced nearly 200 original plays. Read more about Theatre Odyssey here.
A community is much more than great living spaces and landscapes, and extraordinary climate and natural environment. Its art and culture serves exploring minds, too. Join us?
The author of this post is Tom Aposporos, a licensed real estate broker in both Florida and New York. In a business career of more than four decades, he also served as mayor of his home city, a commissioner in his adopted island city, and chaired a publicly-owned bank through a period of financial recovery. These experiences have enhanced his knowledge and have brought additional dimension to his real estate career.