Sunday, December 16, 2018

Dramaworks’ New Musical Celebrates Dust Bowl Populist

Oklahoma balladeer Woody Guthrie died in 1967, but his music and message have not only endured—Mojo named his compilation Dust Bowl Ballads No. 13...

Mane Attraction: Palm Beach Dramaworks’ Exhilarating “Equus”

In Palm Beach Dramaworks’ spellbinding production of “Equus,” it’s not a matter of if you’ll be hooked by the play’s tawdry pathologies, but when. It...

Thinking Cap Theatre Readies Most Ambitious Show to Date

Thinking Cap Theatre, the Fort Lauderdale-based company known for its stylized, outside-the-box productions, will embark this weekend on arguably its most ambitious show to...

FAU’s Overnight Theatre Project: Drama as a Marathon

On Sunday evening, March 4, eight playwrights, eight directors and 32 actors will converge at Theatre Lab at FAU. By the same time the...

Theatre Review: Chemistry Warm, Infectious in Dramaworks’ “On Golden Pond”

“They say the lake is dying, but I don’t believe it.” This line, from the second act of “On Golden Pond,” is one of the...

Maltz Jupiter Theatre Announces 2018/2019 Season

Fresh off its nine Carbonell nominations, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre has continued its newsworthy January by announcing its 2018/2019 season—well, most of it, anyway....

Theatre Review: Child Performers Lift Wobbly “School of Rock”

The adaptation of “School Rock” from film to stage is both inevitable and risky. With its clean plotting and song-filled infrastructure, the movie lends...

“The Book of Mormon” More Tuneful, Less Shocking the Second Time...

With the national tour of “Hamilton” a season away from its South Florida debut, “The Book of Mormon” is still arguably the hottest Broadway...

Theatre Review: “The Good Girl” a Muddled Dystopian Sex Comedy

Emilie Collyer’s “The Good Girl,” a racy new play about the perils of artificial intelligence, is cut from a similar cloth as HBO’s “Westworld,”...

Your Week Ahead: Oct. 3 to 9

Fright Nights celebrates its “sweet” 16, the Wick Costume Museum shows off its bling, and Gloria Estefan’s musical comes home. Plus, Hillary Clinton, Seu...
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