GableStage is raising money for its January production of Antony and Cleopatra with online crowdsourcing. It seeks $55,000 in pledges through Dec. 21 through Kickstarter.com.
Spotlight On The Arts is a weekly panel discussion of issues facing the local creative community and their audiences, featuring an irreverent group including actress/teacher/producer Iris Acker, actor/playwright/designer Michael McKeever, actress/writer Karen Stephens and critic Bill Hirschman. Guests so far include Christopher Demos-Brown, Michael Leeds, Stephanie Ansin and Jennifer Cronenberg
To showcase outstanding work related to local theater, the South Florida Theatre League is honoring five individuals and an organization with the Remy Award.
New Theatre is postponing opening night one week for its world premiere of Megan Breen’s My First, My Fist, My Bleeding Seeded Spirit, moving from Nov. 8 to Nov. 15.
Time is not always kind to continuing enterprises like The Naked Stage’s annual fundraiser The 24-Hour Theatre Project. But the seventh edition on Monday proved once again to be stronger and more consistent than each previous year while preserving its ambiance of camaraderie amid the chaos.
The Royal Poinciana Playhouse may yet rise again as a professional regional theater. A non-profit group known for its youth programs signed a long-term lease with the property’s landlord, according to the group’s producing artistic director.
Twenty of the most respected and beloved figures who have built South Florida theater — from impresario Jan McArt to critic/arts journalist Christine Dolen — have been selected to receive the regions Silver Palm Award later this year.
Palm Beach Dramaworks is launching Dramalogue, a fresh program designed to provide theater enthusiasts with an entertaining and educational glimpse of various facets of theater production.
Not quite as life-and-death as the TV series 24, but every bit as nail-biting, the Naked Stage’s 24-Hour Theatre Project is one of the most highly anticipated events of the theater season.
Iris Acker has transformed her 25-year-old interview TV series into a no-holds-barred and light-hearted panel discussion of thought-provoking topics with Ms. Acker leading an irreverent group including Karen Stephens, Michael McKeever and Bill Hirschman