2017 South Florida Theater Calendar

Several companies stage previews while the production is fine-tuned. The range of dates listed below may begin with preview performances. Please ask theater staff when making reservations when opening night is scheduled.

While we will strive to keep this as current as possible, all information is provided by the theaters and is subject to change.

 June 16-July 30

Swing Swing Swing
Stage Door Theater, Theater 2
8036 W Sample Rd, Margate
(954) 344-7766
stagedoortheatre.com

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The return of a popular entry from past seasons.

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June 30-July 30

Into the Woods
Florida Atlantic Theater
University Theatre and Studio One Theatre
777 Glades Road, Boca Raton
800-564-9539
fauevents.com

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The winner of several Tony Awards, including Best Score and Best Book, “Into the Woods” is a Stephen Sondheim’s musical that blends familiar fairy tales like “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Rapunzel,” and “Cinderella,” following the story of a baker and his wife as they try to undo a witch’s curse that has left them childless. Winner of best revival awards in 2002 and 2011.

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June 30-Aug. 6

Minnie’s Boys
Stage Door Theater, Theater 1
8036 W Sample Rd, Margate
(954) 344-7766
stagedoortheatre.com

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The Madcap Marx Brothers Musical, a story of the early days of the Marx Brothers and their mother/manager, with book by Arthur Marx and Robert Fisher; music by Larry Grossman; lyrics by Hal Hackady.

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July 6-30

 Funny Old Broads
PGA Arts Center
4076 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens
(855) 448-7469
pgaartscenter.com/

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Funny Old Broads is a mixture of song and stand-up comedy, and features domestic humor interspersed with touching personal memories.  The Broads’ reflect on the absurdities of middle age and beyond, living in the ‘burbs’, and growing up in the sixties, not to mention Bark’s description of ‘middle aged Jewish ladies floundering through the Byzantine rules of Mah Jong’.

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July 12-Aug. 6

Slava’s SnowShow
Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org.

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Inspired by the most famous mime artists of all time, including Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibaro, Russian-born Slava Polunin has dedicated his life since the age of 17 to re-claiming and re-establishing the art and craft of the true clown. After founding his own theater company “Litsedei” in 1979, Slava has taken clowning out of the circus and into the streets, and from there to major theaters around the world. Winner of London’s Olivier Award for Best Entertainment and 2005 Drama Desk Award recipient for Unique Theatrical Experience. Previews July 12-13.

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July 12-Aug. 13

Finding Mona Lisa
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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In his newest play, Carbonell Award-winning playwright Michael McKeever explores the history of the world’s most famous painting, including Leonardo da Vinci’s meeting of Senora del Giocondo (Mona Lisa) and his masterful creation of her indelible countenance. This presents highlights throughout the painting’s infamous past, including her vandalism, her theft, her journey to America (at the request of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy) and the various places she spent her storied lifespan, including hanging in Napoleon’s bedroom, before her final resting place at the Louvre.

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July 18-25

Too Jewish Tuesdays
JCAT
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
Sanford L. Ziff Campus
18900 NE 25th Avenue, North Miami Beach
http://www.jcctheatre.com/
(866) 811-4111

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A Mensch and His Musical. 20th Anniversary Edition with Avi Hoffman.

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July 19-Aug. 3

Too Jewish?
Stage Door Theater, Theater 2
8036 W Sample Rd, Margate
(954) 344-7766
stagedoorfl.org/footlightseries

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Avi Hoffman begins the exploration of his Jewish roots. Jews and non-Jews alike, laugh and cry, as he takes them on a journey through his history, relating stories of his family’s immigrant background and the Yiddish culture within which he was raised. Avi introduces performers that were the biggest stars of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, whose jokes, stories and songs served as a bridge between the old world and the new, and are now almost completely unknown to contemporary audiences; only vague memories to those who lived through that era. Avi Hoffman recreates and rediscovers the wonderful music, comedy and pathos of the extraordinary period of creativity that began with the immigrants and continued with their children. A time that was to become the breeding ground for the great comedians of our time – Henny Youngman, Milton Berle, The Marx Brothers, Rodney Dangerfield, Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner, Woody Allen and the hundreds of others that were influenced and inspired during those years.

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July 20-Aug. 6

Impressions
Pigs Do Fly Productions
The Abyss Stage
2304 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
866-811-4111
pigsdoflyproductions.com

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From a Monet matron to a Degas dancer, the Impressionists painters chose subjects from all walks of life, capturing who they were and what they were doing in that fleeting moment in time.  What were they thinking? What were they feeling?  What was their world like?” Impressions brings these women to life to reveal their joys, their fears and their passions. World Premiere. Written and directed by Michael Leeds. Preview premiere July 20th.

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July 20-Aug. 12

Bad Jews
Main Street Players
6766 Main Street, Miami Lakes
(305) 558-3737
mainstreetplayers.com

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In this dark comedy by Joshua Harmon cousins battle over a special memento left behind by their grandfather after his death.  The grandfather was a Holocaust survivor and the two cousins feel differently about their Jewish roots and heritage.

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July 21-Aug. 6

Company
MNM Productions
Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center
701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach
(561) 832-7469
kravis.org/boxoffice

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Company is largely regarded as a trailblazer of the dark-comedy, modern-musical genre and the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Lyrics and Best Book. Stephen Sondheim’s game-changing musical is a sophisticated and honest look at modern adult relationships.

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July 28-29

James and the Giant Peach, Jr.
Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts
Maltz Jupiter Theater
1001 East Indiantown Road, Jupiter
(561) 575-2223
jupitertheatre.org

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A boy and his insect friends take an amazing journey across the ocean. Featuring students in grades 3 – 5. By Roald Dahl.

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July 28-Aug. 6

Thoroughly Modern Millie
Marquee Theater Company
West Boca Performing Arts Theater
12811 Glades Road, Boca Raton
(954) 340-5296
marqueetheatercompany.com/

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Set in 1922, Thoroughly Modern Millie tells the story of young Millie Dillmount from Salina, Kansas, who comes to the city in search of a new life for herself. Her grand plan is to find a job as a secretary for a wealthy man and then marry him. However, her plan goes completely awry. The owner of her dingy hotel kidnaps young girls to sell to the Far East, her wealthy boss is slow in proposing marriage and the man she actually falls in love with doesn’t have a dime to his name… or so he tells her.

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July 29-Aug. 27

Informed Consent
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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With genomic breakthroughs happening at breakneck speed, we can learn more about what our futures may hold than ever before. But how much should we know? And who gets to decide? This play by Deborah Zoe Laufer takes us into the personal and national debate about science v. belief, and whether our DNA is our destiny.

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July 31-Aug. 1

1000 Miles
Black Box Series
Lake Worth Playhouse
Stonzek Studio Theatre
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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A young woman, Solis, makes it to The City from 1000 Miles Across the Sea, in search of opportunity and family. She is about to be sent back home by The City’s newly set immigration/refugee laws, when she finds work at a clock shop. The clock shop’s owner, Peter, is the hipster son of immigrants (older wave of immigrants). He is both cautious and compassionate toward Solis, who he takes in and helps. But, Peter and his brother, Mark, hold secrets about their past, their parents, and The City’s history that could very well affect the lives of everyone around them, including Solis, and the very fabric of their “homeland.” At its center — this play is about immigration, surveillance, and power — who has it, who doesn’t. By Vanessa Garcia

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Aug. 6 – 21

Alice in Wonderland
Sol Children Theatre
Sol Theater
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
solchildren.org

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Alice will once again fall through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar anthropomorphic creatures.  This classic fantasy by Lewis Carroll will be adapted especially for Sol’s stage by actor/director/playwright Seth Trucks.

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Aug. 10-27

True West
New City Players
Performing at the Vanguard Sanctuary for the Arts
1501 S. Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
newcityplayers.org/buytickets/
(954) 591-0818

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Sam Shepard, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, explores what it means for humans to have a “double nature.” Two estranged brothers, Lee and Austin, meet up in their mother’s Southern California suburban home; Austin to work on his latest screenplay and Lee to scour the surrounding houses for valuable appliances.

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Aug. 17-Sept. 10

 Shorts Gone Wild
Island City Stage
2304 Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
(954) 519-2533
islandcitystage.org

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5th Annual version of this series of eight 10-minute plays produced in partnership with City Theatre.

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Aug. 21-22

Lactose
Black Box Series
Lake Worth Playhouse
Stonzek Studio Theatre
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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Documentary journalist Allyson Lamont, known for asking her subjects probing personal questions, finds the tables turning when she takes on libertine poet David Bridge. Her interviews with him force her to go to places inside herself she would rather avoid. Before it’s over, she will confront her deepest-held beliefs about sex, love and honesty — and whether they have anything whatsoever to do with one another. By Bob Lind

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Sept. 21-Oct. 8

Oleanna
Evening Star Productions
Sol Theater
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
eveningstarproductions.org

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A seething investigation of “political correctness” in a time when the nation’s morality has been tested by increased incidents of sexual harassment. By David Mamet; directed by Rosalie Grant; featuring Todd Bruno and Sara Grant

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Sept. 28-Oct. 21

The Underpants
Main Street Players
6766 Main Street, Miami Lakes
(305) 558-3737
mainstreetplayers.com

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A public scandal takes place when Theo’s very attractive wife’s underpants fall to the ground during a parade for the King in 1910 Germany.  He is a government clerk and this incident caused him much anxiety as he fears he will lose his job. By Carl Sternheim and adapted by Steve Martin.

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Oct. 6 – 22

La Cage aux Folles
MNM Productions
Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center
701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach
(561) 832-7469
kravis.org/boxoffice

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After twenty years of un-wedded bliss Georges and Albin, two men partnered for better-or-worse get a bit of both when Georges’ son (fathered during a one night fling) announces his impending marriage to the daughter of a bigoted, right-wing politician. Further complicating the situation is the ‘family business’: Albin and Georges run a drag nightclub in St. Tropez, where Albin is the “star” performer ‘Zaza’. Georges reluctantly agrees to masquerade as “normal” when he meets the family of the bride-to-be.

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Oct. 7-Nov. 5

The Humans
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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Stephen Karam’s Tony Award-winning play takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Our modern age of anxiety is keenly observed with humor and compassion.

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Oct. 12-29

Bye, Bye Birdie
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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A loving send-up of the 1960’s small -town America, teenagers and rock & roll! Bye, Bye Birdie will take us back to the days of Ed Sullivan and everyone’s teenage heartthrob. Conrad has been drafted and one lucky girl gets to kiss him goodbye on live TV.

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Oct. 19-Nov. 12

The Drowsy Chaperone
The Wick Theatre
7901 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 995-2333
thewick.org

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Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone is a send-up of the Jazz Age musical, featuring one song and dance number after another. It’s a meta-musical, poking fun at all the tropes that characterize the musical theatre genre.

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Oct. 25-Nov. 26 (English language run)
Nov. 30-Dec. 17 (Spanish language run)

Evita
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita charts the rags-to-riches rise of the First Lady of Argentina, Eva Duarte Peron. It follows her journey from fatherless child to ambitious actress to the most powerful woman in Latin America—and, eventually, to a saint-like figure after her death from cancer at age 33. Actors’ Playhouse will reprise Evita in both English and Spanish.

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Oct. 26-28

Macbeth
Evening Star Productions
Sol Theater
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
eveningstarproductions.org

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Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy, thought to have first been performed in 1606, “The Scottish Play” explores the damaging physical and psychological effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake. Of all the plays Shakespeare wrote during the reign of James I, who was patron of Shakespeare’s acting company, Macbeth most clearly reflects the playwright’s relationship with his sovereign. Adapted and directed by Seth Trucks and Sara Grant. The premiere production of ‘Sol After Dark’.

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Oct. 26-Nov. 5

Lobby Hero
Black Box Series
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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When Jeff, a luckless young security guard, is drawn into a local murder investigation, loyalties are strained to the breaking point. As Jeff’s tightly wound supervisor is called to bear witness against his troubled brother, and an attractive rookie cop finds she must stand up to her seasoned partner, truth becomes elusive and justice proves costly. By Kenneth Lonergan.

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Oct. 30

House of Gabor
Jan McArt’s New Play Readings
Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center
Lynn University
3601 North Military Trail, Boca Raton
(561) 237-9000
lynn.edu/events

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It’s Vegas.  It’s New Year’s Eve.  It’s 1953.  Come join Zsa Zsa & Company for a peek at their bygone world full of mink, Champagne, and … men, in this glittering new work based on true events.  Featuring Jan McArt, Mia Matthews, Alex Alvarez, Jeffrey Bruce and Michael McKeever. By Tony Finstrom, directed by Wayne Rudisill.

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Nov. 2-19

American Idiot
Outré Theatre Company
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
50 SW 1st Ave, Pompano Beach
(954) 839-9578
outretheatrecompany.com

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This punk opera was written by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer as a response to the political climate of the era of “extraordinary rendition,” the Patriot Act, and “freedom fries.” It follows three friends as they struggle to choose between their dreams and the gray anesthesia of suburbia.

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Nov. 2-19

Topdog/Underdog
Zoetic Stage
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(877) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Suzan-Lori Parks is a darkly comic tale of brotherhood and family identity. The play tells the story of two African-American brothers named Lincoln and Booth coping with women, work, poverty, gambling, racism and their troubled upbringings. Haunted by the past, the brothers are forced to confront the shattering reality of their future.

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Nov. 9-Dec. 10

Hir
Island City Stage
2038 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
(954) 519-2533
islandcitystage.org

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Somewhere in the suburbs, Isaac has returned from the wars to help take care of his ailing father, only to discover a household in revolt. The insurgent: his mom. Along with Isaac’s newly out transgender sibling as her ally, she’s on a crusade to exact revenge on an abusive marriage. But in Taylor Mac’s comedy, annihilating the past doesn’t always free you from it. The production will feature Carbonell-Award nominee Mia Matthews and will be directed by Artistic Director Andy Rogow.

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Nov. 11-18

Lucia di Lammermoor
Florida Grand Opera
Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org.
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The score for Gaetano Donizetti’s Scottish tragedy features some of the most dramatic music Donizetti ever composed. Playing the heroine who is forced by her family into an arranged marriage and winds up slaughtering her bridegroom on their wedding night is soprano Anna Christy. Christy shares the role with Haeran Hong. Sharing the role of Edgardo, the lover whom Lucia’s family maneuvers out of the way, are tenors Joshua Guerrero and Jesús León. The conductor is Alexander Polianichko\.

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Nov. 16-Dec. 3

A Christmas Story
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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One boy, one holiday wish, and a world that seems to be conspiring to make it certain it doesn’t come true. Join us in all the pink-bunny-suit, glowing-leg-lamp, triple-dog-daring glory.

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Nov. 24-Dec. 24

A Wonderful Life
The Wick Theatre
7901 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 995-2333
thewick.org

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Frank Capra’s beloved classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life” is brought to the stage in this uplifting chronicle of the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. This musical faithfully follows the story line of George Bailey whose guardian angel reveals to him how different the world would have been had he never been born.  The story is brought to life through the collaboration of Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winner Sheldon Harnick and Grammy and Emmy Award-winner Joe Raposo.

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Nov. 25-Dec. 23

 Becoming Dr. Ruth
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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Everyone knows Dr. Ruth Westheimer as America’s most famous sex therapist. Few, however, know the incredible journey that preceded it. From fleeing the Nazis in the Kindertransport and joining the Haganah in Jerusalem as a scout and sniper, to her struggles to succeed as a single mother coming to America, Becoming Dr. Ruth is filled with the humor, honesty and life-affirming spirit of Karola Ruth Siegel, the girl who became “Dr. Ruth.” The play is written by Mark St. Germain.

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Nov. 30-Dec. 2

 Lucia di Lammermoor
Florida Grand Opera
Au-Rene Theater
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale
(800) 741-1010
fgo.org/

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The score for Gaetano Donizetti’s Scottish tragedy features some of the most dramatic music Donizetti ever composed. Playing the heroine who is forced by her family into an arranged marriage and winds up slaughtering her bridegroom on their wedding night is soprano Anna Christy. Christy shares the role with Haeran Hong. Sharing the role of Edgardo, the lover whom Lucia’s family maneuvers out of the way, are tenors Joshua Guerrero and Jesús León. The conductor is Alexander Polianichko.

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Dec. 1-17

Little Shop of Horrors
MNM Productions
Co-Production with the Kravis Center
Rinker Playhouse
701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach
(561) 832-7469
www.kravis.org/boxoffice

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A rock and roll/doo-wop musical about a shy florist and his ravenous flesh-eating plant is loosely based on the cult movie. It features music by Alan Menken and a script by Howard Ashman. Bruce Linser as director, Paul Reekie as musical director, choreography by Kimberly Dawn Smith, and a cast that includes Mike Westrich as Seymour, Mallory Newbrough as Audrey and Peter Librach as Mushnick.

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Dec. 7-10

Peter and the Starcatcher
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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Winner of five Tony Awards, Peter and the Starcatcher is the theatrical adaptation of Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson’s best-selling novels. It upends the century-old story of how a sad orphan comes to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan). Produced by Slow Burn Theatre Co.

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Dec. 8-23

Around the World in 80 Days
Sol Children Theater
Sol Theater
3333 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
www.solchildren.org

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Based on Jules Verne’s classic novel, the musical recounts the journey of Phileas Fogg who has made a bet with the members of his gentlemen’s club that he can travel around the world in 80 days. Accompanied by his servant Passepartout the plot revolves around the adventures Fogg faces in his attempt. Directed by Rosalie Grant. Book and Lyrics by Chris Blackwood; music by Piers Chater Robinson.

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Jan. 3-4

Capitol Steps
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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This Washington-based troupe of Congressional staffers turned songwriter presents a night of music and political satire. No matter who or what is in the headlines, you can bet the Capitol Steps will tackle both sides of the political spectrum and all things equally foolish. What more would you expect from the group that puts the “MOCK” in Democracy?!

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Jan. 11-Feb. 11

Zanna, Don’t!
Island City Stage
2038 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
(954) 519-2533
islandcitystage.org

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This musical fairy tale by Tim Acito and Alexander Dinelaris is set in a parallel universe somewhere in middle America where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is a taboo.  Most of the action takes place at heterophobic Heartsville High where Zanna, the school’s magical matchmaker, brings together happy couples; that is until the football team’s new quarterback and the captain of the Girls’ Intramural Mechanical Bull-Riding Team begin to discover their feelings for each other. Joining director Andy Rogow for this adventure will be Musical Director Michael Ursua and Choreographer Andy Fiacco.

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Jan. 11-Feb. 18

Singin’ in the Rain
The Wick Theatre
7901 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 995-2333
thewick.org

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The “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time” is lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green from their original award-winning screenplay. Lauded for its iconic choreography by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen, Singin’ in the Rain, offers a lighthearted depiction of Hollywood in the 1920’s as stars transitioned from silent films to “talkies.”

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Jan. 12-13

Menopause the Musical
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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This musical parody is staged with classic tunes from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. See what millions of women worldwide have been laughing about for 16 years!

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Jan. 17-Feb. 4

Noises Off
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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This farce by Michael Flynn presents a cast of itinerant actors rehearse a flop called Nothing’s On. This comedy features a single-set farce where the audience gets to see the show from onstage and off as lovers frolic, doors slam, clothes are tossed away and a festival of delirium ensues. Noises Off was just nominated for the 2016 Tony Award for Best Revival of A Play.

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Jan. 18-Feb. 4

Paint Your Wagon
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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In California in May 1853, Ben Rumson strikes gold and establishes a community in his own name. The show follows the progress of the town as hundreds of men come to dig for gold. But there’s a problem: the town has no women! That is soon remedied and the town competes for the affections of too few women. Filled with gorgeous standards such as “They Call the Wind Maria,” “I Talk to the Trees,” and “Wand’rin’ Star,” Paint Your Wagon is Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s take on freedom and family in the Gold Rush-happy America of 1853.

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Jan. 18-Feb. 4

Wrongful Death and Other Circus Acts
Zoetic Stage
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(877) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org

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This world premiere by one of Zoetic’s founders is a dark comedy, which has had staged readings in past years, including one at Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Following a fatal plane crash, Laura Mendes, a struggling personal injury lawyer, scampers to sign up the case of a lifetime. The play by Christopher Demos-Brown takes a wry, satirical look at the crude ways in which Capitalism places value on human life.

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Jan. 22

Starmaker
Jan McArt’s New Play Readings
Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center
Lynn University
3601 North Military Trail, Boca Raton
(561) 237-9000
lynn.edu/events

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The true story of Hollywood super-agent Henry Willson and his relationship with his super-client Rock Hudson, as told by Henry himself, accompanied by a Greek chorus of his other famous clients.  Written and directed by the co-artistic directors of Fort Lauderdale’s award-winning Island City Stage.

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Jan. 26-28

Tosca
Palm Beach Opera
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach
(561) 833-7888
pbopera.org/

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Giacomo Puccini’s tragic tale of a romance complicated by dirty politics and betrayal with soprano Keri Alkema portraying the title role on Jan. 26 & 28. On January 27, Alexandra Loutsion returns to the Palm Beach Opera stage as Floria Tosca. The lead tenor role of Cavaradossi is shared by Riccardo Massi (January 26 & 28) and Adam Diegel (January 27). Scarpia is portrayed by Michael Chioldi, as well as Russian baritone Alexandr Krasnov. The cast and orchestra will be led by Palm Beach Opera Chief Conductor David Stern; stage director of the production designed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle is Fenlon Lamb.

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Jan. 27-Feb. 3

Salome
Florida Grand Opera
Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org.

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Richard Strauss’s Salome portrays the decadence of King Herod’s court in ancient Jerusalem. Starring as the depraved princess is soprano Melody Moore. She shares the role with Kirsten Chambers. Filling out the cast are baritone Mark Delavan, mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop, and tenor John Easterlin. Leading the orchestra is Timothy Myers.

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Feb. 1-11

Bachelorette
Black Box Series
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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Ten years out of high school, Regan, Gena and Katie convene in the luxurious bridal suite of their old friend, Becky, the night before her wedding in New York City. Fueled by jealousy and resentment, the girls embark on a night of debauchery that goes from playfully wasted to devastatingly destructive. Their old fears, unfulfilled desires and deep bonds with each other transform a prenuptial bender into a night they’ll never forget. A wicked black comedy by Leslye Headland about female friendship and growing up in an age of excess.

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Feb. 1-18

Reservoir Dolls
Outré Theatre Company
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
50 SW 1st Ave, Pompano Beach
(954) 839-9578
outretheatrecompany.com

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This is an East Coast premiere of the adaptation by Erika Soerensen of Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 indie hit, reimagined with an all-female cast. A group of thieves assemble to pull off the perfect diamond heist, which turns into a bloody ambush when one of the women turns out to be a police informer. Outré’s production of Reservoir Dolls will also be the first production of the play to be directed by a woman, assistant artistic director Shannon Ouellette.

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Feb. 3-March 4

If I Forget
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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A powerful tale by Steven Levenson of a Jewish-American family and a culture at odds with itself. Three siblings reunite to celebrate their father’s 75th birthday. As destructive secrets and long-held resentments bubble to the surface, they negotiate with biting humor and razor-sharp insight-how much of the past they’re willing to sacrifice for a chance at a new beginning.

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Feb. 8-10

 Salome
Florida Grand Opera
Au-Rene Theater
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale
(800) 741-1010
fgo.org/

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Richard Strauss’s Salome portrays the decadence of King Herod’s court in ancient Jerusalem. Starring as the depraved princess is soprano Melody Moore. She shares the role with Kirsten Chambers. Filling out the cast are baritone Mark Delavan, mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop, and tenor John Easterlin. Leading the orchestra is Timothy Myers.

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Feb. 12

Widow on the Loose
Jan McArt’s New Play Readings
Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center
Lynn University
3601 North Military Trail, Boca Raton
(561) 237-9000
lynn.edu/events

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Is it acceptable for a married woman to make love to a preacher, a car salesman and a mysterious hotel guest who keeps changing his identity?  And, if a bellman has an affair with a guest, is it reasonable to still expect a tip?  Featuring Jan McArt and Jay Stuart. by Jay Stuart; directed by Michael McKeever.

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Feb. 12-13

Jerry Hermann: The Broadway Legacy Concert
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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The Crest Theatre Cabaret Series presents Broadway and concert stars, Debbie Gravitte, Klea Blackhurst and Jason Graae, with musical director John Boswell, in a celebration of the songs and stories of legendary composer/lyricist, Jerry Herman.  They will perform hit songs from some of Herman’s most iconic shows – Hello Dolly, Mame, La Cage aux Folles and others.

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Feb. 16-March 4

Small Mouth Sounds
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(877) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org

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Bess Wohl’s unique and compassionate 2015 play that asks how we address life’s biggest questions when words fail us. In the quiet of the woods, six strangers embark on a silent retreat. As they struggle to confront their internal demons, their vows of silence collide with their achingly human need to connect. Written by Drama Desk Award winner Bess Wohl (Pretty Filthy) and directed by Obie Award winner Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812).

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Feb. 23-25

Candide
Palm Beach Opera
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach
(561) 833-7888
pbopera.org/

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Candide, in the first ever fully staged Bernstein work presented by Palm Beach Opera, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth. Chief Conductor David Stern and friend of the Bernstein family will be at the musical helm. Tenor Miles Mykkanen sings the title role of Candide in his Palm Beach Opera debut. Also making her company debut, soprano Alisa Jordheim portrays the character Cunegonde, while former Palm Beach Opera Benenson Young Artist Tobias Greenhalgh plays Maximilian. Mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves returns to Palm Beach Opera as The Old Lady.

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Feb. 26-27

An Evening with Andrea McArdle and Donna McKechnie
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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The Crest Theatre Cabaret Series presents a concert event featuring two of Broadway’s most beloved stars in a celebration of iconic composers, Marvin Hamlisch and Steven Sondheim. McArdle and McKechnie perform the composers’ biggest hits from their Tony Award winning Broadway shows and Oscar winning movies.

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Feb. 28-March 25

Once
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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Winner of eight Tony Awards® including Best Musical, Once tells the tale of a Dublin street musician and the beautiful young woman who takes an interest in his haunting love songs. As the chemistry between them grows, his music soars to powerful new heights. Once is the only show to have music that won the Academy Award, Grammy Award, Olivier Award and Tony Award. Music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová; book by Enda Walsh; based on the film Once by John Carney.

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March 1-18

Lend Me a Tenor
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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It is the biggest night in the history of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company. The world-famous tenor, Tito Merelli, “Il Stupendo,” is to perform his greatest role, Otello, at the ten-year anniversary gala season opener. Henry Saunders, the opera’s executive director, has high hopes that Merelli’s performance will put Cleveland on the operatic map. However, at the final dress rehearsal of Otello, Merelli is nowhere to be found, Saunders is in a panic, and, along with Max Garber, Saunders’s personal assistant, they scramble to figure out what to do. From here on, the play unfolds into mistaken identities and renewed love!

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March 1-18

Cinderella
Sol Children Theater
Sol Theater
3333 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
www.solchildren.org

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The timeless enchantment of a magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm, and elegance. Adapted for the stage with great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits! Directed by Seth Trucks.

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March 8-25

Dancing Lessons
Zoetic Stage
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(877) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org

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Dancing Lessons is the story of Ever, a young man with high-functioning autism, who enlists the help of a Broadway dancer to in order to help him survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, is recovering from an injury that may end her dancing career. As their relationship unfolds, they are caught off-guard by the discoveries – both hilarious and heartwarming – that they make about each other and themselves. Mark St. Germain is the author of several plays produced locally including Freud’s Last Session.

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March 8-April 8

Brigadoon
The Wick Theatre
7901 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 995-2333
thewick.org

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This is a Scottish fantasy about a town that disappears into the Highland mist and returns for only one day every one hundred years.  It includes Waitin’ for My Dearie, I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, Come to Me, Bend to Me, Almost Like Being in Love, There But for You Go I, The Heather on the Hill and My Mother’s Weddin’ Day. This is a tribute to simplicity, true love and goodness, which is hidden from the ordinary traveler. The Lerner and Lowe musical opened on Broadway in 1947, and was adapted to film in 1951 starring Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse.

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March 12

A Home
Jan McArt’s New Play Readings
Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center
Lynn University
3601 North Military Trail, Boca Raton
(561) 237-9000
lynn.edu/events

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The story of the Reddington family – father, mother, daughter, son – tracing the family’s history over a period of sixty years.  Although the action takes place in the family’s Brooklyn brownstone, their story will resonate with your own.  By Dan Clancy, the author of Middletown. directed by John Tolley.

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March 12-13

Mandy Gonzalez
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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Currently recognized for her starring role as Angelica Schuyler in the Tony® Award-winning hit musical Hamilton, Gonzalez is best known for her portrayal of Nina Rosario in In The Heights, for which she received a Drama Desk Award after originating the role Off-Broadway at 37 Arts.

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March 17-24

Orfeo ed Euridice
Florida Grand Opera
Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org.
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Christoph Willibald Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice paves the way musically from the Baroque to the age of Mozart, tells of the harrowing journey that the poet and musician Orpheus takes to the Underworld to rescue his beloved wife, Euridice. Countertenors Anthony Roth Costanzo and John Holiday alternate in the role of Orfeo. Euridice is played by Cuban-American soprano Eglise Gutiérrez.

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March 22-April 8

TBA
Outré Theatre Company
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
50 SW 1st Ave, Pompano Beach
(954) 839-9578
outretheatrecompany.com

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TBA

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March 23-25

Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Palm Beach Opera
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach
(561) 833-7888
pbopera.org/

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A new co-production between Palm Beach Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Opera Philadelphia, and San Diego Opera under the direction of Stephen Lawless. Set and costume designs are by Leslie Travers, with lighting design by Thomas C. Hase. Antonino Fogliani returns to conduct the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra and an international cast that includes Italian Marko Mimica as Figaro, and Janai Brugger as the bride-to-be, Susanna. The Countess is sung by Caitlin Lynch. Multi-media artist David Adam Moore sings the Count, and Irene Roberts returns as Cherubino.

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March 24

Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Children’s Performance
Palm Beach Opera
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach
(561) 833-7888
pbopera.org/

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The annual Children’s Performance, a one-hour abridged version of Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), will star members of the Benenson Young Artist Program and the Apprentice Artist Program, conducted by Associate Conductor and Chorus Master Greg Ritchey.

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March 29-31

Orfeo ed Euridice
Florida Grand Opera
Au-Rene Theater
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale
(800) 741-1010
fgo.org/

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Richard Strauss’s Salome portrays the decadence of King Herod’s court in ancient Jerusalem. Starring as the depraved princess is soprano Melody Moore. She shares the role with Kirsten Chambers. Filling out the cast are baritone Mark Delavan, mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop, and tenor John Easterlin. Leading the orchestra is Timothy Myers.

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March 29-April 29

The Radicalization of Rolfe
Island City Stage
2038 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
(954) 519-2533
islandcitystage.org

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The world premiere of Andrew Bergh’s intriguing play – Remember Rolfe in “The Sound of Music” who’s seventeen, going on eighteen and dating Liesl Von Trapp? His boyfriend isn’t happy with that fact but Herr Zeller, the head of the local Nazi party, uses the relationship to infiltrate the Von Trapp household. Franz, the butler and Frau Schmidt the housekeeper become ensnared in spy games in which no one ends up the winner. German actor Michael Kehr will be joining a local cast directed by Associate Artistic Director Michael Leeds.

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April 7-May 6

 Gloria
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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A funny, trenchant and powerful new play that follows an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a Manhattan magazine, each of whom hopes for a life of letters and a book deal before they turn thirty. When an ordinary workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever. The Pulitzer finalist was written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, a rising African-American playwright who penned the high-profile New York hit The Octoroon.

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April 9-10

Max Von Essen
Crest Theater
51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach
(561) 243-7922
OldSchoolSquare.org

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Max von Essen recently finished a Broadway run of An American in Paris as Henri Baurel, a role which earned him a Tony® Award nomination for best featured actor. He previously appeared in the revival of Evita as Agustin Magaldi, the first revival of Les Miserables as Enjolras, Dance of the Vampires as Alfred, the closing company of the original Les and the first revival of Jesus Christ Superstar.

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April 12-29

Oliver!
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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The award-winning musical adaptation of the classic Dicken’s novel springs to life with some of the most memorable characters and songs to ever hit the stage.  Follow Oliver’s journey on the streets of Victorian England from poor house to pickpocket and finally the true love of family.

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April 12-May 13

Fun Home
Zoetic Stage
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(877) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org

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Recent winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book of a Musical, Fun Home is about a graphic novelist who dives deep into her past to tell the story of her father, a volatile, brilliant, one-of-a-kind man whose temperament and secrets defined her family and her life. Through her work, she relives her unique upbringing in the family’s funeral home, her burgeoning sexuality, and the looming, unanswerable questions about her father. Fun Home is a wholly original musical about seeing your parents through grown-up eyes. Book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, music by Jeanie Tesori (Caroline, Or Change), based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel.

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April 19-May 13

Jerry’s Girls
The Wick Theatre
7901 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 995-2333
thewick.org

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As the only composer-lyricist with the distinction of having three musicals that ran more than 1500 consecutive performances on Broadway, Jerry’s Girls is an homage to Jerry Herman.  Created by Jerry Herman and Larry Alford, it showcases songs from Herman’s shows, including Hello Dolly!, MAME,  La Cage Aux Folles and more. Songs include “It Only Takes a Moment,” “Open a New Window,” “Before the Parade Passes By,” “The Best of Times,” and other classics.

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April 20-May 6

Secondary Cause of Death
Evening Star Productions
Sol Theater
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
eveningstarproductions.org

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The hilarious sequel to the author’s hit comedy thriller Murdered to Death: It’s now 1939, and storm clouds are gathering over Europe. Having inherited Bagshot House, Colonel Charles Craddock has converted the property into a hotel for the discerning visitor. Soon Inspector Pratt arrives once again at Bagshot House, bearing grim news for Colonel Craddock. But that’s just the beginning—who is the strange Polish Count? Is Henrietta really an army captain? And where does the flamboyant thespian Cardew Longfellow fit into the picture? When Joan Maple’s sister Cynthia arrives to stage a murder mystery evening, it’s not long before Pratt’s visit turns into a chaotic nightmare as the bodies pile higher than ever! Directed by Rosalie Grant.

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April 26-May 6

Bent
Black Box Series
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave, Lake Worth
866-811-4111
lakeworthplayhouse.org/

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This play by Martin Sherman revolves around the persecution of gays in Nazi Germany, and takes place during and after the Night of the Long Knives. The title of the play refers to the slang word “bent” used in some European countries to refer to homosexuals. When the play was first performed, there was only a trickle of historical research or even awareness about the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. This play highlights the reason why – a largely ignored German law, Paragraph 175, making homosexuality a criminal offense, which Hitler reactivated and strengthened during his rise to power.

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April 28-May 5

Florencia en el Amazonas
Florida Grand Opera
Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
(305) 949-6722
arshtcenter.org.

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Daniel Catán’s lyrical masterpiece is the story of a soprano’s emotional journey as she searches for her missing husband, thanks to its libretto, influenced by the writings of Gabriel García Márquez, coupled with Catán’s lush, Puccini-esque score. Soprano Ana María Martínez shares the title role with Sandra López. Heading the supporting cast are baritone Steven LaBrie, soprano Cecilia Violetta López, and tenor Andrew Bidlack.

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May 9-June 24

Million Dollar Quartet
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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Inspired by the famous photo and phenomenal true story of the famed recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time in their careers. On December 4, 1956, these four young musicians were gathered together by Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the most electrifying jam and storytelling sessions of all time. Million Dollar Quartet brings the heart and soul of that legendary night to life with an irresistible tale of excitement and passion, featuring 21 timeless hits including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Sixteen Tons,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “I Walk the Line,” “Fever,” “Hound Dog” and more. Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux; original concept and direction by Floyd Mutrux.

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June 9-July 8

I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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Ella is a precocious and fiercely competitive actress whose sole aim in life is making her famous playwright father, David, proud. Over the course of a boozy evening, Ella and David deliberate over whether to read the reviews of her Off-Broadway debut… and things unravel from there. Halley Feiffer’s dark, probing and funny new play pulls the audience into the middle of a deeply complicated relationship and sheds new light on the eternal struggles of parents and children to find common ground.

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June 14-July 15

Mr. Parker
Island City Stage
2038 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors
(954) 519-2533
islandcitystage.org

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Michael McKeever brings the world premiere of his new play: At 52 years old, Alex Parker finds himself at a crossroads in his life.  Suddenly single and unable to adjust to the new era of social media and APP dating, he wakes up one morning in the bed of a 27 year old man he met the night before.  Over the next two hours the two debate life, death and how the world has evolved in the 25 years between them. What starts out as a one-night stand becomes a journey of self-discovery for a man trying to cope with the pressures of being middle-aged, gay and overwhelmed in the ever-changing landscape of today’s America. Michael Leeds helms this production.

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July 25-Sept. 2

The Big Bang
Actor’s Playhouse
Miracle Theatre
280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
(305) 444-9293
actorsplayhouse.org

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In this whirlwind musical, two comedy writers try to raise enough “dough” for the most historically expansive show ever conceived. In a record 90 minutes, and using all of the furniture and decorations on stage, both actors are put to the test as they try to convince their potential theatrical backers (the audience) that this insane frivolity is somehow worthy of the author’s unrealistic hopes and aspirations. Music by Jed Feuer; book and lyrics by Boyd Graham.

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Aug. 11-Sept. 9

White Guy on the Bus
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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A fearless new play by Bruce Graham that unravels a complex web of moral ambiguity, revenge, and racial bias. A wealthy white businessman and a struggling black single mom ride the same bus week after week. As they get to know each other, their relationship sparks a candid and surprising look at racial and economic divides.

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Aug. 24-Sept. 2

James and the Giant Peach
Sol Children Theater
Sol Theater
3333 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829
www.solchildren.org

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When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion that results in a tremendous peach… and launches a journey of enormous proportions. Suddenly, James finds himself in the center of the gigantic peach, among human-sized insects with equally oversized personalities, but after it falls from the tree and rolls into the ocean, the group faces hunger, sharks and plenty of disagreements. Thanks to James’ quick wit and creative thinking, the residents learn to live and work together as a family.  Featuring a wickedly tuneful score and a curiously quirky book by Timothy Allen McDonald. Music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul; based on the book James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Directed by Rosalie Grant

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Oct. 13-Nov. 1

TBA
Gable Stage
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables
(305) 445-1119
gablestage.org/

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Last show of the season.

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