Sunday, April 5, 2020

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...

10 Events Not to Miss From the Kravis Center’s 2019-2020 Schedule

This week, the Kravis Center unveiled its full 2019/2020 entertainment schedule, and it’s another star-studded doozy full of classical and pop...

An Evening of the Bard—Under the Influence

There’s nothing quite like speaking iambic pentameter when you’re three sheets to the wind. Outré Theatre Company’s annual Drunk Shakespeare production,...

Theatre Review: “Precious Little” at Thinking Cap

In Fort Lauderdale’s Thinking Cap Theatre’s “Precious Little,” a lyrical dark comedy from Madeleine George, the playwright and producers weave three...

Kellye Cash, Johnny’s Great-Niece, Steps Into Leading Role at the Wick

Hypothetically, let’s say you’re a theatre company that’s producing the play “Always … Patsy Cline,” and you’re in a jam, and...

“Indecent” Wins Big at Emotional Carbonell Awards

Tears poured forth like the cocktails at Monday night’s Carbonell Awards at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, in an...

5 Plays/Musicals Not to Miss in 2019/2020

As with the early arrival of scaldingly hot temperatures, South Floridians no longer need to wait until the summer for regional and...

From Onstage Water to Nudity, Theatre Lab’s “Harlowe” Offers Many Firsts

One of the ironies in Jennifer Lane’s play “Harlowe” is that for its generous depth of feeling, its central character is one who...

Controversial Play “Mikveh” to Enjoy Florida Premiere in Boca Raton

What happens in the mikveh stays in the mikveh … until it doesn’t. In Orthodox Judaism, mikvehs are ritual baths, and women of the faith...

Seasoned Actor Barbara Bradshaw Offers Audition Insights

If you’re a young person, and you think a life of footlights, dress rehearsals and curtain calls may be for you, the judges are...
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