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This could be your final chance, ladies and gentlemen, to see Tampa’s own “Bad Boys of Abridgement” tackle the Bard and American history in the pairing of shows –

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)


The Complete History of America (abridged)

After 13 sold out performances of Shakespeare between 2001 and 2005, and 10 sold out performances of America in January of this year – Jobsite packs up their trunks and takes both shows across the Bay to the Largo Cultural Center.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) plays at 3pm on Sunday, April 3 and The Complete History of America (abridged) plays at 7pm that same night.

Make a day of it and come see both shows!

Don’t take our word on how hard you’ll pee your pants:

On Shakespeare (abridged):
“The actors are unwilling to let any member of the audience have a bad time, and their simple joy is infectious. They are absolutely fearless and unending fun.” – Peter Smith, St. Pete Times

Shakespeare (abridged) was also chosen as one of 2001’s Top 10 productions by Weekly Planet!

On America (abridged): “I haven’t laughed so loud since I saw The Producers” – Mark Leib, Weekly Planet

“It’s probably impossible not to have a good time.” – Amanda Henry, The Tampa Tribune

Please join us for our first trip across the Bay as we invade the Largo Cultural Center!

Largo Cultural Center
105 Central Park Drive
Largo, FL 33771
(727) 587-6793


Hey … you might even learn somethin’. Hell, who are we kidding …

Ok, folks. This is our chance. Here in Pinellas we always complain about having to go to Tampa. Well this weekend we don’t have to. xanyboi, netgoth and I will be out for both shows on SUNDAY. You should be too! Anyone want to make a day of it? Show/Dinner/Show? Sounds like great fun to me!

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