‘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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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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Theater Up Close features Dickens, Sondheim, Frankenstein

  By AARON KRAUSE A fresh adaptation of Frankenstein, a Stephen Sondheim classic, and a new twist on a Charles Dickens classic are among the shows comprising the 10th annual Theater Up Close series in Miami. The series, a collaboration between the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of...

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PBD’s ‘Take a Deep Breath’ campaign under way

Photo courtesy of Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre and Palm Beach Dramaworks. The streaming co-production of The Belle of Amherst was a “breath of fresh air for all of us who miss going to the theatre,” PBD board chair Louise Snyder said. In the above photo, Margery Lowe appears...

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Pandemic prompts changes to Arsht program schedules

Photo by Matthew Murphy A tour of the Broadway musical Hadestown will now play in Miami at the end of 2022. Above, Andre De Shields appears in a scene from the Broadway production      By AARON KRAUSE Broadway in Miami subscribers will have to wait for a song to, perhaps,...

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Watch the world premieres of five short musicals

  Could the next Hamilton or Dear Evan Hansen emerge from a musical theater partnership in the Cleveland area? A collaboration between the Beck Center for the Arts and the Baldwin Wallace University Music Theatre Program has existed for 10 years. And this month, the collaborating partners will present five...

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Broadway in Miami to return this fall

Photo by Matthew Murphy Actor Andre De Shields appears in a scene from the Broadway production of Hadestown.   Rejoice, South Florida. Soon after Broadway in Ft. Lauderdale officials announced that touring productions will return to the Broward Center this fall, Broadway in Miami officials made a similar announcement for...

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Nominations announced for 74th annual Tony Awards

  While we still do not know when the 2020 virtual Tony Awards broadcast will take place, we at least now know the nominees. The Tony Awards’ presenters, The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, announced the nominees on Thursday. Alanis Morissette’s musical, Jagged Little Pill, leads the way...

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Thinking Cap Theatre’s upcoming shows reflect the present, honor history

FT. LAUDERDALE — This month, when Thinking Cap Theatre (TCT) mounts Samantha Mueller’s play, Laced, the effort will amount to more than a production. In fact, TCT’s leaders are calling the project a “Get-Out-The-Vote Theatre initiative.” “The play’s resonances with the disturbing state of the nation and the imminent election...

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Broadway to remain closed through the end of May

    Shubert organization Broadway theaters will remain closed during much of the first half of 2021   Broadway will now remain closed through at least nearly half of 2021 due to the pandemic, officials announced. Ticket sales for Broadway performances in New York City are now suspended through May...

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