October Shows

Oct. 27-Nov. 28

Florida Stage
West Palm Beach (Kravis Center)
World premiere mystery by local playwright Andrew Rosendorf about the human toll from changes in Florida’s ecosystem and ties to the land.

Oct. 29’Nov. 21

No Exit
Naked Stage
North Miami (Barry University)
Sartre’s existentialist nightmare.

Through Nov. 1

The Rocky Horror Show LIVE
Slow Burn Theatre Company ‘ West Boca
Stage version of camp classic that gave rise to the interactive film.

Through Nov. 7

Guys and Dolls
Tamarac Theatre of the Perf Arts
The 1950 Frank Loesser/Abe Burrows musical based on Damon Runyon’s comic stories about Manhattan gamblers and a Salvation Army volunteer.

October 31

Confessions of a Jewish Shiksa’Dancing on Hitler’s Grave
West Boca Theatre Company
Frannie Sheridan’s one woman autobiographical play about being raised a Catholic by Jewish parents.

Through Dec. 5

On the Town
Broward Stage Door
Coral Springs
Bernstein-Comden-Green 1944 romantic musical about three sailors on leave dancing through NYC.

Through Nov. 21

A Behanding in Spokane
Coral Gables
Martin McDonagh’s ink black comedy about an unhinged, aging hit man terrorizing a young couple as he searches for the hand that he lost decades earlier.

about the human toll from changes in Florida’s ecosystem and ties to the land.

Through Nov. 7

Steel Magnolias
Broward Stage Door
Perennial but highly effective soap opera about sisterhood in the modern South.

Through Nov. 3

Motherhood the Musical
Miniaci Theater
Loving look at the blessings and perils of being a mom when three women decide to throw their friend a baby shower.

Through Nov. 7

Hispanic Theater Guild at Teatro 8 in Little Havana
Not about the slave ship revolt, but a dramatic comedy about four college friends in middle-age.

Through Nov. 7

The Color of Desire
Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
World premiere of Nilo Cruz play about American businessman in Havana 1960 hiring a young Cuban actress to pretend to be the woman he loved and lost.

Through October 31

Jack Goes Boating
New Theatre
Coral Gables
Laced with cooking classes, swimming lessons and a smorgasbord of illegal drugs, this touching and warmhearted play is about learning how to stay afloat in the deep water of day-to-day living where date panic, marital meltdown, betrayal, and the prevailing grace of the human spirit abound.

Through Nov. 21

Palm Beach Dramaworks
Shaw’s exploration of marriage as a beautiful Victorian woman is caught in a triangle between her pastor husband and a young poet.

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