Florida Showcase Shorts Program SARASOTA ORCHESTRA: A WEEK IN THE LIFE | SHED | 50 WORDS | BARELY THERE, THE DOLLMAKER | EXTINGUISHED |FULL CIRCLE | LADY PLUM
A newly single actress desperate for ways to meet men rewrites her bio in the theater program as a personal ad and suddenly finds herself swamped with admirers. Cast: Kathryn Parks, Charles Logan, Craig Weiskerge. Directed by Mark Palmer
A baby polar bear searches for his missing mother, while a force much colder than the frozen tundra searches for him. Cast: Daniel Cantor Directed by Hannah Lee
A grieving mother latches on to a magical surrogate for her lost child. But small miracles come with big consequences. Cast: Perri Lauren, Dan Berkey, Sean Meehan, Tim Hotaj. Directed by Al Lougher
In a world where flames represent love, it’s easy to get your heart burned. Directed by Ashley Anderson, Jacob Mann.
An accomplished NFL wide receiver looks beyond the football field in hopes to change the lives of the people from his poor hometown of Pahokee, Florida. Cast: Anquan Boldin, Hikeem Banks, Robert Banks. Directed by Raymond Knudsen
Sylvia, a young mother who once showed promise as a competitive swimmer, overcomes her dark past in order to secure a future with her daughter, Plum. Cast: Stephanie Escorza, Allie Lockman, Lanny Thomas, Bethany Miller. Directed by Grayson Goga
SARASOTA ORCHESTRA: A WEEK IN THE LIFE
Follow the production team of the Sarasota Orchestra as they show you what it takes to wrangle a professional traveling orchestra through a week of concerts. Cast: Lorenzo Mills, Katy Von Der Heide, Cynthia Flynn, Natalia Nicol, Nate Nicol. Directed by Austin McKinley
A woman struggles to find a deeper purpose within the grind of marriage and motherhood. Cast: Dana Burch, Matt Burch. Directed by Andy McEntire, Matt Burch
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