Live, in-person audience to join ‘Belle of Amherst’

  By AARON KRAUSE When Margery Lowe starred as Emily Dickinson last year in a filmed theatrical co-production of William Luce’s 1976 Broadway play, The Belle of Amherst, the performer lacked her scene partner. Fortunately for Lowe, the partner will be back when she soon reprises her role as the...

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Boca Stage’s ‘Rx’ is just what the doctor ordered

Photo by Amy Pasquantonio Dr. Phil Gray (Timothy Mark Davis) is in desperate need of help as Ed (Jim Gibbons) tries to provide assistance.   By AARON KRAUSE Connected shapes dot the dark upstage wall as part of the set design for Boca Stage’s humorous, touching, and believable production of...

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Miami New Drama’s ‘A Wonderful World’ is a show stopper

Photo by Ernesto Sempoll Juson Williams as Louis Armstrong and members of the cast of Miami New Drama’s “A Wonderful World.”   By AARON KRAUSE Sure, it feels good to be positive and optimistic. And it can be healthy emotionally. However, there are times that call for reality and balance....

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Help Santa save Broadway via upcoming escape room

Stuart Brown   By AARON KRAUSE The Grinch plans to steal Broadway by kidnapping its stars. But, the good news is that you and Santa have a chance to stop him. Are you up to the task? The above might sound like an immersive, participatory theatrical experience. However, that is...

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Broadway is back in Boca

  Musical hits such as Mamma Mia, Gypsy, and Damn Yankees make up the Wick Theatre’s 2021-22 season, which opens on Oct. 7. In addition to Broadway musicals, the Wick has scheduled cabaret shows and special events throughout the year. Ticket prices range from $75 to $115. You can buy...

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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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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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Broadway sets re-opening date

    Broadway will officially re-open on Sept. 14 at 100 percent capacity, a little more than 18 months after its shutdown on March 12, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Broadway League recently announced the news. Also, Broadway officials said that ticket sales...

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