Creating scenes of intimacy safely, seamlessly and convincingly on stage

  Photo by Kiaa Janell Spencer Landis as Usnavi and Lauren Horgan as Vanessa appear in a scene from Measure for Measure’s production of In the Heights. Obviously, the scene required a moment of intimacy, which Intimacy Choreographer Nicole Perry staged.   By AARON KRAUSE Even before the current strain...

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Fund allows folks to support South Florida’s theater community

    By AARON KRAUSE If you wish to support unemployed local theater artists and others left jobless due to COVID-19, the South Florida Theatre League can help you help them. The league established The South Florida Theatre League Relief Fund. It will allow theater companies to compensate artists and...

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Tony Awards to be rescheduled

By AARON KRAUSE Organizers of the annual Tony Awards ceremony have postponed this year’s event due to the coronavirus pandemic. The American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League announced the postponement in a joint statement. The annual event, which honors top achievements on Broadway, was to air live on June...

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Renowned playwright Terrence McNally dies at 81

By AARON KRAUSE SARASOTA, Fla. — Five-time Tony Award recipient Terrence McNally, the world-renowned playwright who received the Tony Awards’ Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre honor last year, died March 24 in Sarasota. He was 81 . Photo via Wikimedia McNally succumbed to complications from COVID-19, the disease caused by...

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‘A Chorus Line’ can make us reflect on unheralded heroes

  Photo by Amy Pasquantonio Cast members appear in one of the iconic scenes from A Chorus Line.   By AARON KRAUSE BOCA RATON — Hopefully, sooner rather than later, Coronavirus will disappear. Then, the media may choose to highlight “unsung heroes” in the battle against the virus. Specifically, these...

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