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$7,500 OF ECONOMIC IMPACT -- OR TEN WEEKS OF A $15/HR JOB -- IN JUST SIX WEEKS Of everything we do – including our professional theater productions, concerts, festivals, and community events and classes – we are most proud of our economic impact on Carwfordville and Wakulla County. Hundreds and hundreds of visitors every year clear a night, put on their shoes, make the beautiful drive into Wakulla, and pull up to Palaver Tree for a show. And during their night out – maybe a date night – they’ll browse at a local shop and eat at a locally owned...

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The path from hobbyist, to “starving artist,” to “actual working artist!” can be a long and winding road. And a major and proud part of our mission is to help create more opportunities for working artists here in Wakulla and the Big Bend. From our technical department, to our directors and performers, to musicians we hire for special events, to photographers and videographers, to graphic designers and more, your support of Palaver Tree Theater – through memberships, donations, and attendance at events – allows us to create paying work for artists right here in the land of “Mysterious Waters.” Yes....

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Book Your Holiday Parties Now! We’ll Do All The Work, You Enjoy The Party!

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We are thrilled to announce our 2019-2020 season, and hope you will come play with us! This season, we will be exploring the theme of "permission", specifically, what it is, and who we need it from. READ MORE about our exploration HERE. There will also be after-performance social gatherings and parties for select performances. Join our email newsletter to receive updates.   SEASON PASSES FOR 2 are available now! Great savings, amazing perks!   THE LAST ROMANCE by Joe DiPietroDIRECTOR: Leanne HansonFri, Sat, Sept. 27, 28; Oct. 4, 5 | Sun. Sept. 29 (Matinee) Love can make anyone feel young again, even...

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The dramatic arts have had a long and glorious history in Leon, Jefferson and Gadsden counties, but not so much in Wakulla County. But for the past year, a Wakulla County native son is breaking creative ground with his Crawfordville theatre.

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