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  • MAILMASTER Once_Subject: Once On 2013-11-29, at 2:41 PM, Yeo, Debra wrote: Stuart Ward and Dani de Waal in once, playing at the Royal Alexandra Theatre until Jan. 5. Joan Marcus photo  Once.jpg

    Intoxicating Once Is Immersive Theater; Tour Is A Must See

    Folksy, intimate, and warmly fulfilling, the national tour of the musical Once is as intoxicating as a shot of Irish whiskey. The buzz remains long after the hummable Falling Slowly reprise at the Broward Center.

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    Dan Kelley Named Artistic Director At Broward Stage Door

    Dan Kelley, the tall rubber-faced actor-director who has been a fixture in South Florida musicals for nearly 30 years, has been named artistic director of Broward Stage Door.

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    Forum’s Funny Bone Missing In The Wick’s Vaudevillian Farce

    The Wick Theatre’s production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum benefits from Stephen Sondheims’s score and lyrics, but the cast and director need to inject more vaudevillian humor to overcome the material’s inherent sexism,


    Hot Button Issues Dissected In GableStage’s Fine Disgraced

    Awash in issues of Arab-American assimilation and Anglo antipathy, GableStage’s Disgraced is the classic contemporary example of the topical, thought-provoking drama that forces you to revalidate, even reexamine your perception of the tumult around us.

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    Thinking Cap’s Map Of Virtue Spins Weird Tale Of Chills, Metaphors And Deep Thought

    If you like your theater schematic, clear-cut and requiring little cogitation, you will absolutely hate A Map of Virtue. But if you don’t mind wrestling with a production while it’s underway, if you enjoy trying to dope out what it meant on the ride home, then Thinking Cap’s production may well intrigue, perplex and unsettle you if you let it.

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    Stage Door Keeps Its Promises In Revival Of 1960’s Hit Musical

    Broward Stage Door’s earnest intriguing revival of Promises, Promises embraces its up-to-the-moment pop score for 1968, a witty and insightful script, frenetic choreography that caught the zeitgeist of the time, and some deceptively subtle performances to become a wildly-popular hit just as the social fabric of the country was in transition.