Slow Down at Southern Grounds with Man in Overalls

Slow Down at Southern Grounds with Man in Overalls

1671 Atlantic Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32207

This Slow Down will be held at Southern Grounds in San Marco on their back patio area and will feature guest, Nathan Ballentine AKA “Man in Overalls”.

Come and enjoy light bites and an evening of reconnecting and learning from Nathan! Check out to learn more about our speaker for the evening.

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¨     Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry, opening September 13 – A heart-warming and well-known play that was also adapted into an award-winning 1989 movie starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy, Driving Miss Daisy details the relationship and eventual 30-year friendship between Miss Daisy, an independent White, Southern Jewish lady, and Hoke Colburn, her Black driver. The play received a Pulitzer Prize, and the film version garnered four Academy Awards.

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¨     Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors by Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen, opening April 18 – The legendary vampire tale is hilariously twisted in this gender-bending romp through a hunt for the dangerous and sexy Count Dracula. The comedy serves up clever wordplay and quick-change antics, while five actors play over a dozen roles in the head-spinning, reimagining of a Gothic classic.

¨     Desperate Measures by Peter Kellogg and David Friedman, opening June 6 – This witty and wild new musical comedy serves up a colorful cast of Wild West-inspired characters who intervene in the fate of the dangerously handsome Johnny Blood. Before the sun sets, will they be able to pull off the greatest act yet, or will Johnny be left hanging?

“It is always fun to announce an upcoming season, and we are pleased to present a versatile set of shows that highlights some of the best in theater today,” said Executive Director Sarah Boone. “From a classic story that so many already know and love to twists on the Dracula tale, fun nods to the deep South and the Wild West, and heart-warmers about love, meaning, loss and grief, our 105th season spans all genres and will not disappoint. We are continuing our current membership and subscriber model and encourage everyone who values Theatre Jacksonville to enjoy perks and savings by signing up for the whole season in advance. More importantly, this supports our future and honors our legacy as one of the oldest continuously producing community theaters in the nation!”

Ticket packages are available at three levels:

·      All-Access Memberships include tickets for the entire Theatre Jacksonville season, including Mainstage productions, the Classic in San Marco and all Extra productions.

·      Season Subscriptions include one ticket to each of the five Mainstage productions. Tickets will be extra for the Classic in San Marco and other special productions.

·      Single tickets are offered on a show-by-show basis and will be $31 each.

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All-Access Membership

Before June 30 Early Bird:

Individual Adult Member (18-59 years old): $150

Individual Senior/Military Member (60+ or military ID): $130

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Individual Adult Member (18-59 years old): $170

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Individual Adult Member (18-59 years old): $120

Individual Senior/Military Member (60+ or military ID): $100

After June 30:

Individual Adult Member (18-59 years old): $140

Individual Senior/Military Member (60+ or military ID): $120

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For more information about the 105th season lineup or ticket packages, visit

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