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  • Curtain Up On The 2017-2018 South Florida Theater Season

    If you know where to look, certainly you can find reliable warhorse titles in the upcoming theater season in South Florida, but it’s easier to find vibrant, contemporary and challenging offerings.

  • Music In The Air: A Few Sweet Notes From Radosh, Fantel, Keelor — And Even Ben Hecht

    Local stages have some special programs running for only one or two days starting tonight including Palm Beach Dramaworks, GableStage and Arts Garage.

  • Regional Theaters Are The Country’s Primary Incubator of New Plays – Including SoFla

    Indisputably, regional theaters have been a significant wellspring for new plays reaching back 30 years. But a quickening sea change has occurred quietly but demonstrably over the past decade: Regional theaters – once reliant on warhorses and the latest New York hit — have become the primary incubator and showcase for new work in America

  • Sam Shepard’s True West Explodes At New City Players

    An explosion of passionate performances (and flying silverware) mark New City Players’ production of the late Sam Shepard’s True West.

  • No Frills, No Problem: Masterly McPherson Monologue Gets the Ground Up & Rising Treatment

    Gregg Weiner captures the audience in Ground Up and Rising’s bare bones production of Conor McPherson’s monologue The Good Thief at South Miami-
    Dade Cultural Arts Center

  • GableStage’s Informed Consent: Is The Search For Truth Paramount? And Whose Truth?

    Is knowledge always good? Is its pursuit inherently defensible regardless of the consequences? Is there Absolute Truth?These and another half-dozen ideas careen and crisscross GableStage like electrons colliding in a chain reaction in Deborah Zoe Laufer’s Informed Consent.

  • Marquee’s Millie Is Blessed With Those Classic Broadway Voices

    Marquee Theater Company is still an evolving troupe. but it’s a shame that this production of Thoroughly Modern Millie isn’t Carbonell Award eligible – many elements would have given other companies a run for their money at next winter’s deliberations.

  • Main Street Players’ Vicious Voluble Family In Bad Jews Is Equally Funny And Unnerving

    One of the joys of seeing local theater over the years is charting a new theater’s growth and promise. But it’s rare to see a fledgling theater develop so quickly as Main Street Players, as evidenced by its no-excuses-needed production of Bad Jews.