2021-22 GableStage season

The Price By Arthur Miller Directed By Bari Newport (based on the vision of Joseph Adler) November 12 through December 12 “The Price” was the final play directed by legendary artistic director Joseph Adler before his passing, now new Producing Artistic Director Bari Newport picks up where he left off,...

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GableStage’s upcoming season announced

Photo courtesy of Magnus Stark GableStage’s new producing artistic director, Bari Newport, will dive into  the 2021-22 season with a special event in October.     By AARON KRAUSE When GableStage rehearses Arthur Miller’s The Price in preparation for opening the recently announced 2021-2022 season, new producing artistic director Bari...

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Her Honor, Jayne Byrne receives top national play award

    By AARON KRAUSE Nicole Brooks describes herself as a playwright who “likes to shove a lot of words into their text.” But recently, Brooks found herself at a loss for words. That’s because Brooks was giving her acceptance speech after winning the 2021 Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre...

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Not your ordinary Town Hall event

  Two Broadway legends on Aug. 3 will discuss a new book and the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical that is the book’s subject. Specifically, “an intimate digital conversation event” will feature Tony Award-winning playwright and director James Lapine, as well as legendary composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim. The event’s purpose is to celebrate...

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South Florida’s abuzz with live theater activity

The Finstrom Festival of New Work is under way at Miami’s Zoetic Stage, with daily virtual readings of new plays. The festival’s namesake is the late South Florida playwright and arts patron Tony Finstrom. He was a long-time Carbonell Awards judge, as well as the founder of the Silver Palm...

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Broadway series coming to Lauderhill

  Live, in-person theater will return to the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center in 2022. Specifically, patrons can look forward to a professional, three-show series next year. Those musicals are Grease, Sister Act, and Guys and Dolls. They will comprise the inaugural Broadway at LPAC series at the Lauderhill Performing Arts...

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Slow Burn’s new season starts in October

Songs for a New World, Kinky Boots, Once on this Island, Matilda, and Head Over Heels are the shows that comprise Slow Burn Theatre Company’s recently-announced 2021-22 season. Slow Burn’s Sparks, the company’s performance youth troupe, announced the season on video (to watch, visit https://www.facebook.com/Slowburntheatre/videos/329747035168733). “We are so excited to...

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‘Festival of Classics’ features South Florida talent

  If you enjoy classical theater, hop online on Saturday for “Festival of Classics.” It will feature South Florida-based professional actors, college students, and recent graduates. “Festival of Classics” is a livestream event at 2 p.m. EST on Saturday, June 5. Performers will enact scenes from Shakespeare and modern classics....

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Date is set for Tony Awards

  Following a 15-month delay, the Broadway League and American Theatre Wing have announced a date for the 74th annual Tony Awards. The celebration will take place on Sunday, Sept. 26 in a ceremony lasting four hours, spread across two separate televised events. Audiences will learn the winners for a...

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Miami New Drama’s ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ honored nationally

Photo courtesy of Ernesto Sempoll Mia Matthews and Gerald McCullouch play sparring siblings in All I Want is Everything, part of Miami New Drama’s Seven Deadly Sins.   By AARON KRAUSE A creative, outdoor production that the nonprofit, professional company, Miami New Drama conceived and produced late last year while keeping audiences...

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