December Shows

Dec. 30-Jan. 30

A Round-Heeled Woman
GableStage, ‘Coral Gables
Sharon Gless stars as a retired school teacher who has not had sex in 30 years and sets out to remedy the situation by placing an ad in the personals in the New York Review of Books. Her adventures are both comic and touching. This is the true story of a woman who decides that there is still time to pursue passion with a vengeance. Previews until Jan. 8.

Dec. 31-Jan. 1

Capitol Steps
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Musical political satire sketch comedy.

Jan. 2-Feb. 6 2011

Clybourne Park
Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton
Bruce Norris’s 2010 Pulitzer finalist about race relations 1959 and 2009.

Through Jan. 16

Goldie, Max & Milk
Florida Stage. West Palm Beach
World premiere of Karen Hartman’s touching comedy about an unemployed lesbian who just gave birth and the Orthodox Jewish lactation consultant guiding Max into motherhood.

Through Jan. 8

Lend Me a Tenor
Waterfront Playhouse. Key West
Ken Ludwig’s riotous face about the visit of an opera star.

Through Feb. 6

Freud’s Last Session
Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach
Drama by Mark St. Germain about Freud meeting with C.S. Lewis on eve of WWI as they clash about existence of God, love, sex, death and the meaning of life.

Through Feb. 6

Mame
Broward Stage Door, Coral Springs
Jerry Herman’s musical about the irrepressible Auntie Mame.

Through Jan. 4

August Strindberg program
Palm Beach Dramaworks
Educational look at Strindberg

Through Jan. 9

Rock of Ages
Broward Center. Fort Lauderdale
Light-hearted jukebox musical of music of the 1980s: Styx, Journey, Whitesnake.

Through Jan. 2

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
Arsht Center, Miami
Magical family musical from Disney based on the fairy tale and animated film.

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