ARTS 46/4 is back after a fifteen-month coronavirus-induced hiatus with a Wanda Nero Butler dinner theater production showcasing the music of Billie Holiday.
“Our Campus is fully re-opened and we are thrilled to be presenting Artist of all genres again” says Kimberley Harrell, Executive Director of ARTS 46/4, The Center for the Arts at First Unity Spiritual Campus.
The performing arts venue has reopened in St. Petersburg and has resumed shows since the coronavirus pandemic caused nationwide closures of theatrical and concert events. Wanda Nero Butler, the creative producer of the dinner theater event shares – “Such a sigh of relief. Being able to resume our dinner theater series, feels like the cork has been popped out of our bottle of creativity! Being able to create and serve savory dishes while providing excellent entertainment in a comfortable atmosphere, gives me JOY!”
Come on out and enjoy live theater on July 30th featuring the jazz music of one the greatest jazz vocalists of all time, Billie Holiday. Produced and performed by Wanda Nero Butler, a Stellar Award winning vocalist in her own right who performed for many years with Aretha Franklin. For more information.
ARTS 46/4, The Center for the Arts at First Unity Spiritual Campus is a 501c3 Non Profit Organization that integrates ART into the spiritual community. An organization committed to empowering artists and the community to join together to emotionally triumph and grow personally and spiritually.