Monday, January 25, 2021

awards

FAU Theatre Lab Director, Other Artists Win Awards

Lo, some good news from the local arts world! Two of South Florida’s youngest and most enterprising actor/directors have earned Remy...
wick

The Wick Postpones Rest of Season—But Cabaret Shows Continue

For months, the Wick Theatre had been projecting a sense of optimism. It was hoping to continue its March run of...
theatre

South Florida Theatre Traditions Move Online

This week brought a raft of news about some of the South Florida theatre world’s favorite traditions, which, like pretty much...
theatre

Theatre Lab Invites Community to Second Online Festival

Theatre Lab’s inaugural Online Original Monologue Festival, launched in March and distributed through the collective magic of the interwebs, was so successful in...
stabile

Theatre Companies Launch Entertaining Fundraisers in Time of Need

Just a week had passed since the postponement and cancelation of all South Florida theatre productions for the foreseeable future, and Theatre Lab’s...
theatre

Boca Theatre Producers Share Impact of Last-Minute Cancellations

We are supposed to be in the midst of the busiest time of the South Florida theatre scene—when the weather is perfect,...
theatre

“Sunset Boulevard,” “Sweet Charity” Among Maltz Jupiter’s 2020/2021 Offerings

While the 2019/2020 theatre season is far from over, one of Palm Beach County’s professional companies has already slated its 2020/2021...
evita

The Wick Casts “America’s Got Talent” Star as Evita

“Evita,” Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s operatic 1980 musical, and a perennial selection of regional theaters worldwide, makes its Wick...

Top 10 Stage Productions of 2019

I saw upwards of 55 South Florida stage productions in 2019, and while it’s fair to say that I attended some so...
the play that goes wrong

“The Play That Goes Wrong” Depicts a Producer’s—and Actor’s—Nightmare

In “The Play That Goes Wrong,” a meta comedy about a disastrous play within a play, the problems befalling a woebegone cast...
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