Do you want your play workshopped or produced?

    If you’ve ever dreamed of witnessing actors perform your play onstage, Zoetic Stage could give you your first big break. Specifically, the Miami-based company is seeking never-produced, full-length plays for a festival series of workshopped new work. And Zoetic Stage might fully produce your piece as part of...

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Safe, live theater returns to Miami Beach with ‘Seven Deadly Sins’

Photo courtesy of Ernesto Sempoll Jessica Farr and Caleb Scott appear in the sultry Amsterdam Latitudes in Miami New Drama’s production of Seven Deadly Sins.     By AARON KRAUSE MIAMI BEACH — You’ll rarely find people celebrating in purgatory. Then again, you probably won’t find elsewhere the kind of...

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Theater company recording original 60’s musical as a radio series

      By AARON KRAUSE Giancarlo Rodaz was not a child of the 60’s. But Rodaz, who is in his mid-20’s, loves music from the era, and researched the decade. Further, he feels that musical theater could use more 1960’s shows. So, the versatile, visionary South Florida theater artist...

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Celebrating top ‘Shorts’

And the winner is — Webster’s Bitch. More specifically, it is the winning short play in Miami-based City Theatre’s annual National Short Playwrighting Contest. City Theatre staff chose Webster’s Bitch, and 24 finalists, from more than 750 writers. “The list comprises playwrights new to the company, alongside several writers who...

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A sinful theatrical experience awaits theatergoers in Miami Beach

  By AARON KRAUSE For this theatrical experience, even the seven deadly sins will stand safely apart. Beginning later this month, and continuing through early January, Miami New Drama in Miami Beach will present seven short plays. Each features a story centered on one of the seven deadly sins. Specifically,...

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Licensing rights available for trilingual ‘Our Town’

    Photo by Arnulfo Maldonado Keith Randolph Smith played the “Stage Manager” in Miami New Drama’s trilingual Our Town.     By AARON KRAUSE Three years after Miami New Drama premiered a trilingual version of Thornton Wilder’s classic play, Our Town, the adaptation’s script is available to perform and/or read....

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You may not have seen ‘A Christmas Carol’ like this one

Photo by Chris Whitaker Jefferson Mays, as Ebenezer Scrooge, appears in A Christmas Carol.    By AARON KRAUSE Theater came alive each holiday season in Tony Award-winning actor Jefferson Mays’ childhood home. Specifically, each year, his father would read aloud A Christmas Carol “with clarity and humanity,” as Mays recalls. Meanwhile,...

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Actors’ Playhouse presents scaled down, yet winning ‘Camelot’

  Photo courtesy Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre Pictured here are the trio comprising the “love triangle” in Camelot. Appearing from left are Nick Fitzer as Lancelot, Britt Michael Gordon as King Arthur, and Kayleen Seidl as Guenevere.   By AARON KRAUSE CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Picture this: Community...

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Actors’ Playhouse 29th Annual gala auction goes virtual

Courtesy of Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre Here is a photo collage of some of the stars that will perform.   Actors’ Playhouse’ starry annual major fundraiser will, for the first time, occur virtually this year  due to the pandemic. However, that is unlikely to dim the event’s wattage....

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This theatrical experience allows you to safely ‘travel’ around the world.

  Photo by PopUp Theatrics June Romero awaits you in Miami.   By AARON KRAUSE In a matter of hours, you can laugh in Miami, sing “Happy Birthday” in Paris, and kick some butt in Singapore. To zoom from one destination to another, you don’t need a passport, a suitcase...

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