The Jobsite Theater is dedicated to the creation of socially and politically relevant theater and the pursuit of performing it to the broadest possible audience. Jobsite has established and will continue to evolve a collective of like-minded artists, creating a supportive environment where artists of all disciplines may experiment, hone, and apply their skills in a professional laboratory environment.
Through all forms of theater - be it experimental, new plays, contemporary works or the classics - Jobsite hopes to inspire their community to become not just consumers, but true citizens.
About Us :
The Jobsite Theater is an incorporated professional, nonprofit 501(c)(3) theater company that has been serving the Tampa Bay area since 1998.
Jobsite has become a dominant regional presence through professionally produced daring and unique programming, by nurturing area talent through the creation of their Ensemble and by an unwavering commitment to the young "Creative Class" that Jobsite has been serving since their first steps in 1998.
The Jobsite Theater began out of contacts made while David M. Jenkins and Michael Caban studied at the University of South Florida. Several years after their graduations, contact was re-established and several other artists were brought on board. In an experimental attempt, Jobsite put together their first two plays in a double-bill that was performed at the intimate Silver Meteor Gallery in Ybor City. Jobsite was stunned at the critical and audience support they garnered in their debut and immediately began planning a full season and organizing themselves as a company.
In 1999, Jobsite performed their first play at the Shimberg Playhouse (then the Off Center Theater). That play, Brownbread, ran late nights after another performance and ended up attracting a few sold out audiences.
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