Make An Impact On Giving Tuesday!All Posts Next Post ››
Fort Myers Small Businesses Kickoff Holiday Donation Drive for Local Nonprofit
“Theatre Conspiracy has a distinguished history as a leader in the development of
new work from having presented over 30 world premiere plays in Fort Myers. I can’t
wait to see how audiences react to this amazing season. Be sure to join us for the very
best of live theatre in SWFL!” -Bill Taylor, Producing Artistic Director
A Night of Laughter Fit for the Whole Family!
Oops! We’re a Troupe!
November 30, 7:30-10:00 pm
“Oops! We’re a Troupe!” has been bringing laughs to SWFL with their short and
long-form musical improv since 2021. Their family-friendly comedy is in the style
of the television show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”
Taking directions from you, the audience, no two shows are the same!
Expect big laughs and lots of audience participation.
Starring Caitlynn Wilde, Adam Santa Fe, Julian Sundby, Lucy Sundby and Special
Guest Darryl Knapp.
Purchase Tickets →
HWY 41 S
Dec. 17, 3-5 pm •
Join fellow bluegrass music lovers for great live music by bands from southwest
Florida and beyond! Our popular Palmgrass bluegrass concerts are always a toe-
tapping good time.
3-5:00 pm: Hwy 41 S
Bring your chairs, coolers, friends and family and join fellow music lovers for a toe-
tapping, knee-slapping good time!
Get Tickets →
Duck Wallow Lane: The Future of Bluegrass
Dec. 29, 7 pm •
We’re switching it up for December with The Future of Bluegrass. Every member
of the Duck Wallow Lane band is under the age of 20. This is a band of young,
accomplished Florida bluegrass musicians who have attained national exposure
and recognition – including Nashville. Don’t miss it! Grab your chairs and coolers
and join fellow acoustic music lovers outdoors on our GreenMarket Stage for great
live music by bands from southwest Florida and beyond! Presented in partnership
with the Acoustic Music Society of SWFL.
Get Tickets →
Which Way to the Stage
Jan. 18-Feb 3 •
A playful yet profound comedy about friendship, ambition, and what happens when
dreams fall just out of reach.
Get Tickets →
The Women Who Mapped the Stars
Feb. 8-18 •
Follow the five women astronomers working together at the Harvard Observatory
help to shape the development of astrophysics.
THIS SHOW WILL BE PERFORMED AS A FUNDRAISER FOR AND AT THE
PLANETARIUM/CALUSA NATURE CENTER.
This performance is generously sponsored by Janet & Bruce Bunch.
For tickets, call 239-939-2787 or visit ArtInLee.org.
Alliance for the Arts
(239) 939-2787 • 10091 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers
Membership • Donate • Exhibits • Events • Classes • Theatre • Digital Arts Lab
2023-24 Theatre Season Brought to You By