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  • Area Stage’s An Octoroon May Be Unlike Anything You’ve Seen

    Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ An Octoroon virtually defines the adjective “provocative.” No matter the quality of the production that the courageous Area Stage Company actually delivers next week, it is inarguably going to be unlike much, if anything, that audiences have seen on a South Florida stage.

  • Not Enough Heat Or Coherence In Saturday Night Fever

    Talent, energy and enthusiasm strut across the Broward Stage Door production of Saturday Night Live – The Musical. Unfortunately, this company does not have enough of those virtues to rescue this misconceived material that should stayed a film.

  • Updated Regularly — Shows Cancelled Or Postponed By Irma; Damage Reports

    With Hurricane Irma closing in, those in charge of theater performances and venues are considering whether to cancel or postpone productions and events. We will post this information on an ongoing basis regularly updated here on the site, on Facebook and Twitter, assuming we also are operational.

  • Charles Busch Comes To Palm Beach Without The Dress

    If you’re coming to see Charles Busch camping it up in high drag at Palm Beach Dramaworks’ inaugural event in its OutStage @pbd series on Sept. 16, you’ll be disappointed. But if you’re intrigued by a theatrical meld of song and story revealing the universal resonances inside a gay icon of modern times, Busch is betting audiences will enjoy his one-night stand, An Evening With Charles Busch.

  • Riverside Theatre Building Its Own Housing For Visiting Artists

    The Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach has come up with a solution—build its own housing for professionals which has become a major expense for many theaters.

  • Growing Old Ain’t All Sunshine For The Boys At Stage Door

    Seniors and caretaking Boomers recognize the real pain informing the facile catchphrase “Growing old is not for sissies” – a quality sharing the stage with copious laughs in Broward Stage Door’s production of Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys.

  • Taking The Show On The Road: San Francisco Is A Theater Town

    The Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz, all beckon visitors. Yet in the popular consciousness, theater in San Francisco does not strike many as a stand-alone reason to book a week there. But a recent visit proved that the Bay Area is a cornucopia of dynamic and challenging theatrical offerings — even worth passing up tourist traps like Fisherman’s Wharf.

  • Shorts Gone Wild 5 Is Usual Mixed Bag — But With A Twist

    Shorts Gone Wild 5, co-produced by City Theatre with Island City Stage, follows the same entertaining pattern eliciting guffaws, chuckles and a few choked back sniffles with risque and luight blue material. The acting and direction keeps improving year after year and those elements rescue scripts less deftly written. But this edition feels different for an intriguing reason.