2017 Urbanite Theatre Summer Schedule

Learn more about the summer offerings at the Urbanite Theatre in downtown Sarasota.

Urbanite Theatre is the newest performing arts venue in downtown Sarasota. A blackbox theatre bringing compelling, intimate live theater experiences to downtown Sarasota, Urbanite Theatre strives to challenge the community while remaining accessible to inexperienced theatergoers.

Summer perfomance:

Naming True

By Natalie Symons and directed by Daniel Kelly, Naming True is a world-premiere featuring the story of Amy, a transgender teenage girl from Seattle and Nell, a dying woman who has live most her life on the streets of Detroit. The two find themselves in an unlikely meeting in a Florida motel room to discuss publishing Nell's childhood memoir. The play runs June 2 through July 2, Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.


By Claire Kiechel and directed by Carl Forsman, this play is set on a ship to colonize a newly discovered planet. A soldier and teenage girl find themselves quarantined in one of the ship's cabins with only an outdated robot and each other for company. The two are forced to explore their own traumatic histories in order to connect and survive. Shows run August 4 through September 10 Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.

Enjoy 30% off tickets using code STAGE17 to redeem. Code is valid for two summer plays, Naming True and Pilgrims.

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