Sunday, December 16, 2018

Theatre Review: “1984” at Pompano Cultural Center

“You can’t found a civilization on fear and lies and cruelty!” Perhaps not, but you can certainly win a presidential campaign on it. This...

Your Week Ahead: July 18 to 24

A cinema honors a late horror legend, The "Real Kramer" visits Boca, and a Sondheim masterpiece opens at the Kravis. Plus, Bryan Norcross, "Bad...

Your Week Ahead: July 11 to 17

Patty slingers vie at the Boca Burger Battle, the Arsht lets it snow, and a neo-soul icon headlines an Overtown arts fest. Plus, Roger...

Your Week Ahead: July 4 to 10

The Romantics rock July Fourth, Palm Beach Shakespeare visits Capri, and Val Kilmer becomes Mark Twain. Plus, Independence Day in Boca and Delray, “The...

Your Week Ahead: June 27 to July 3

PAMM explores the politics behind dominoes, Mad Cat Theatre opens a climate-change comedy, and a "Stranger Things" star brings psych-pop to West Palm Beach....

Your Week Ahead: June 20 to 26

The Morikami toasts four decades of Japanese culture, a photography pioneer exhibits in West Palm Beach, and 40 bands blanket Dade County with noise at the...

McKeever World Premiere Highlights JCC Theater Season

“The Camp,” one of the newest works by South Florida wunderkind Michael McKeever (pictured), will enjoy its world-premiere production at the Levis JCC in...

Your Week Ahead: June 13 to 19

The Art & Culture Center marries postcards and protest, the Stonewall Festival honors LGBTQ resistance, and two funny women create a dynamic stage comedy....

5 to See in Old School Square’s 2017/2018 Season

From primatologists to political humorists, folk rockers to glass artists, tribute acts to magic shows, Old School Square’s 2017-2018 season is arguably more eclectic...

The Week Ahead: May 30 to June 5

The Norton celebrates a Beatles landmark, Summer Shorts premieres a Lin-Manuel Miranda musical, and Florida Classical Ballet dances three masterworks. Plus, Trevor Noah, Joe...
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