Wednesday, May 22, 2019

An Affair to Forget

At its best, the French import "Mademoiselle Chambon," which opened Friday at a handful of Palm Beach County theaters, finds magic in the minutiae:...

My birthday, gone ‘Completely Hollywood’

When I spoke with Richard Jay Simon, the artistic director at Plantation's Mosaic Theatre, a couple of weeks before the opening of his theater's...

Sunday Kick Off Downtown!

This Sunday marks the debut of Finstown at the Count deHoernle Amphitheater at Mizner Park - with the Miami-Buffalo away game on several TVs,...

Weekend Events Roundup Sept. 10 to 12

Music All bands have influences, some more obvious than others. But sometimes you'll come across an artist who sounds so much like a particular musical...

Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato Rocked It

I'm sure the several thousand underage fans filling the Cruzan Amphitheatre pavilion and lawn in West Palm Beach on Tuesday night would have been...

From Constructed Dreaming to Reverse Archaeology

The Boca Raton Museum of Art may be closed for another month for restoration, but don't let it stop you from checking out the...

Navigating a Marital Minefield

From the get-go, Michael Weller's "50 Words," which plays through Sunday atGableStage in Coral Gables, doesn't paint the rosiest picture of a modern marriage....

Hell in an Armored Tank

What bothers me about many Hollywood-style war - "A Very Long Engagement" comes to mind - is the desire by the filmmakers to somehow...

Weekend Events Roundup Sept. 3 to 5

Art The show is cleverly titled "The Carbon Alternative," but it's not particularly about environmental awareness, emission standards, carbon footprints or other lecture-ready subjects. On...

The Comic Art of Cutting Down Classics

Call them what you will: Abridged, reduced, truncated, condensed. I like to eschew euphamism and just call them "butchered." I'm speaking of the shortening...
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