2017 Asolo Repertory Theatre Summer Stage

Check out summer deals and shows at one of the hottest theater's in Southwest Florida: the Asolo Repertory Theatre.

Florida's premier professional theatre, the Asolo Repertory Theatre, is hailed as one of the most significant theatre stages in in the southeastern United States for its diverse repertoire, bold and provocative interpretations, contemporary and classical works, and the crackling dialogue its productions are apt to spark among Sarasota's theatre-going community. Currently in its fifth season, the Asolo's American Character Project explores the United States' national and individual roots, transformative history, and the elusive concept of what it means to be an "American" in an ongoing cultural dialogue taking place on stage.

Beat the heat and explore the heart of the American spirit with the Asolo's "Dog Days" summer special. Use the promo code "AsoloSummer20" for a 20% discount on tickets to Beatsville and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Promo code "SummerDog20" scores a 20% ticket discount for Relatively Speaking and Double Indemnity.

Beatsville (April 27 - May 27): Don't be a square. Hang with the beatniks at the world premiere of Beatsville by the writers of School of Rock, Tangled, and Galavant. This hilariously hip new musical follows the story of "tragically square" busboy, Walter Paisley, on his accidental rise to artistic fame in 1959 Greenwich Village.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (June 7 - July 1): Jules Verne's classic nautical science fiction is a delight for all ages, 7 and up. Travel to the depths of the sea aboard the Nautilus submarine with the mysterious Captain Nemo in this thrilling production with interactive technology and breathtaking projections.

Relatively Speaking (July 13 - July 30): British comedy takes a spin on the Cook Theatre's 'Dog Days' stage with the tale of Greg and Ginny, whose budding romance takes a series of surprising turns in a hilarious social mishap.

Double Indemnity (August 10 - August 27): Guys and dames, scam schemes, murder, and sultry romance: all of the ingredients are in place to ensure this 1940s noir production keeps the summer steamy on the Cook Theatre stage.