Great Balls of Fire

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Jerry Lee Lewis was the original bad boy of Rock & Roll. Led by Jason Cohen, who has played Lewis in nearly 80 cities across North America, Great Balls of Fire brings the ivory-smashing superstar back to life. With hits from the ‘50s and beyond, including “Good Golly, Miss Molly,” “Shake, Rattle, and Roll,” and “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” this electrifying act will have you dancing in your seat.

Great Balls of Fire, created by Jason Cohen and Michael Schiralli, will begin playing June 2021. Subscribe and see Great Balls of Fire plus two more Cabaret shows for as little as $49!

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Jerry Lee Lewis is the last surviving member of the famous 1956 Million Dollar Quartet recording session. What has Lewis been up to recently?  I  READ

Get a sneak peek of what’s in store this summer with Great Balls of Fire   WATCH

Great Balls of Fire front man Jason Cohen has played Jerry Lee Lewis onstage in over 80 cities in North America. Here are some highlights from his performance in the national tour of Million Dollar Quartet  WATCH

Jerry Lee Lewis was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1986, alongside Chuck Berry and Sam Cooke. Learn more about Rock & Roll’s first “wild man.”  I  READ

 


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There are plenty of parking options available when you visit Florida Studio Theatre, including two adjacent parking lots and three nearby parking garages, plus on-street parking.

Watch the video below to find a convenient place to park while you enjoy the theatre.


Handicap Drop Off Locations:

Gompertz Theatre, Court Cabaret, and Bowne's Lab: drop off along the corner of First Street and Cocoanut Avenue. 

Keating Theatre: drop off along Cocoanut Avenue between First Street and Palm Avenue.

Goldstein Cabaretdrop off in front of the Cabaret along Palm Avenue between Tamiami Trail and Cocoanut Avenue.

For those who require additional assistance or handicap parking/drop off, please see the map below. For any questions regarding handicap parking please call the box office at 941.366.9000.

Campus Parking Map