‘Jersey Boys’ kicks off Maltz season in January

Seldom do you get to watch a Broadway musical in a baseball stadium. However, South Florida theatergoers will get that opportunity early next year. That is because in January, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, a professional, not-for-profit, regional company in Southeast Florida, will open its 2021/22 grand reopening season with the smash...

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Palm Beach Dramaworks to present a virtual holiday season of plays

          By AARON KRAUSE WEST PALM BEACH — While the pandemic has forced theater companies worldwide to go dark, at least one in South Florida hopes to bring light into people’s homes for the holiday season. Specifically, Palm Beach Dramaworks (PBD) in West Palm Beach will...

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GableStage seeks to engage through multi-media

  By AARON KRAUSE While GableStage has decided to cancel the remainder of its 2019-20 season of live theater due to COVID-19, the company’s current endeavor might offer snapshots of what theater could, at least partially, look like in a post-pandemic world. Specifically, to replace the remainder of the 2019-20 season,...

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Play finalists for Primus Prize focus on aftermath of violence

  By AARON KRAUSE How do we cope ahead in the aftermath of large-scale violence? A group of plays answer that question in ways that make the pieces stand out, said the chairwoman of a committee that recognizes the outstanding work of emerging female playwrights. From 2019, Ripe Frenzy, Benevolence,...

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Inaugural ceremony honors Black theater artists

A new celebration honoring Black theater artists and contributors on Broadway and Off-Broadway will make its debut on Friday, June 19. It’s the day that Broadway Black, a multimedia organization which highlights Black theater artists’ achievements, will premiere the Antonyo Awards at 7 p.m. EST on June 19.  You can...

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National award-winning play shows “How the Light Gets In.”

  By AARON KRAUSE “It’s about finding the courage to reach each other during the darkest and most difficult times,” said the winner of a national new play award for her piece, How the Light Gets In. From her description, it sounds like playwright E.M. Lewis penned her award-winning play...

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Which new plays will receive top national awards?

By AARON KRAUSE Six finalists for a prestigious national new play award share in common at least one timely theme, according to a new plays committee chairman. Specifically, The American Theatre Critics Association’s Lou Harry said that “a yearning for connectivity — and astute awareness of the challenges to forging...

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