March shows

March 25 – April 17

The Radiant
New Theatre
Coral Gables
World premiere of Shirley Lauro’s play about Madame Curie, starring Angelica Torn.

March 25

The Second City — Fair & Unbalanced
Off Broadway in Broward
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Fort Lauderdale
Satirical skits about politics

March 26 -27

Catskills on Broadway ‘ 20th Anniversary
Coral Springs Center for Performing Arts
Comedy/music revue starring original tummelers Freddie Roman, Mal Z. Lawrence and Dick Capri

Through March 27

Spring Awakening
Off Broadway in Broward
Parker Playhouse
Fort Lauderdale
Moving rock musical about teenage angst and sexuality.

March 28-29

Radio Golf
Palm Beach Dramaworks
West Palm Beach
Staged reading of August Wilson’s last play, part of Master Playwright Series

March 29

The Common Swallow
Alliance Theatre Lab
Presented at New Theatre
Coral Gables
Staged reading of Miami-born playwright David Caudle’s play about humans in the American heartland struggling with their connections to one another, their environment, and their own identities, while a population of Common Swallows live idyllically beneath a bridge nearby.

March 29-April 17

Crazy For You
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Gershwin tunes back this song and dance musical

March 29-April 3

In the Heights
Broadway Across America
Hip-hop, salsa and Broadway power ballads depicts young people dreaming to escape the NYC barrio.

March 30-April 24

Broadway Across America
Broward Center
Fort Lauderdale Blockbuster musical about how it’s not easy being green. Not part of regular subscription.

March 30-April 10

Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Bloom! (The Gertrude Berg Story)
J Cultural Arts Theatre
Michael Ann Russell JCC
North Miami Beach
Revival of Elayne Wilks’ annuity of a show about the famed stage, radio and television actress of the 1940s and 1950s.

March 31-Apr. 24

Dusk Rings A Bell
Mosaic Theatre
Stephen Belber (author of Tape) depicts a middle-aged couple who had an adolescent fling and suddenly run into each other. ‘Their encounter reveals two vastly different paths taken and two lonely souls attempting to reclaim a moment of possibility, when they were young and perhaps at their very best.’

Through April 10

August: Osage County
Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
This riveting three-hour drama about a large dysfunctional family won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award.

Through April 3

My Fair Lady
Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts
Brilliant educator teaches a guttersnipe to talk and she leaves him.

Through April 10

The Cryptogram
Area Stage Company
Coral Gables
David Mamet drama about concerns the moment when childhood is lost.

Through April 10

Superior Donuts
Coral Gables
A comedy-drama by Tracy Letts, author of’Killer Joe, Bug and’August: Osage County. An offbeat friendship grows between a former ’60s radical now trying to center his life on running the titular shop and an ambitious black teenager with dreams of becoming a writer, but who also has a secret.

Though June 25

The Lion in Winter
Curtain Call Playhouse
(four different locations in Broward and Palm Beach counties
check schedule at
James Goldman’s play about family strife and the political maneuverings of England’s King Henry II and his Queen Eleanor.

Through March 27

Next Fall
Caldwell Theatre
Boca Raton
Drama about a gay couple struggling with their crucial differences: one an acerbic atheist, the other a devout Christian.

Through March 26

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Waterfront Playhouse
Key West
Musical about con men on the Riviera, based on the Steve Martin-Michael Caine film.

Through March 27

Circumsize Me
Double Chai Theatrical Series’ Mazel Musicals
Aventura Arts & Cultural Center)
One-man comedy about identity.

Through April 3

Brothers Beckett
Alliance Theatre Lab
Miami Lakes
World premiere of play by local playwright/actor David Michael Sirois. He describes it as ‘Kevin Beckett, Yale alumnus, is awaiting the arrival of his beloved girlfriend named Tuesday, who will be spending a perfect week with him and his roommate/brother, Brad. When Kevin divulges to Brad that he plans on proposing, Brad tries to find any way possible to keep his brother from moving out of their bunk-bedded, pink-walled studio apartment.’

Through March 27

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown
Entr’Acte Theatrix
Cultural Arts Center in Mizner Park.
Boca Raton’s new
Charming musical based on the comic strip/

Through April 3

Grey Gardens the musical
Rising Action
Fort Lauderdale
The cult musical based on the cult movie about the cult crazies, Edie and Little Edie

Through April 3

Florida Stage
Kravis in West Palm Beach
Drama by Michael Hollinger (Opus) about early 20th century secretary finishing the work of her late employer, a novelist. Is his ghost inspiring her or is something else at work?

Through April 10

The Light in the Piazza
Broward Stage Door
Coral Springs
Tony-winning 2005 romantic musical by Adam Guettel (Floyd Collins) based on the film and novel.

Through April 17

Dinner With Friends
Palm Beach Dramaworks
Donald Margulies’ Pulitzer-winner play about two couples who have been close friends for years and what happens when one marriage falls apart.

Through April 23

Teatro en Miami Studio
Little Havana
Through March 20

Biloxi Blues
Lake Worth Playhouse
Neil Simon’s autobiographical comedy about life in the U.S. Army.

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