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Slow Burn Expands Operation To Broward Center Next Season

Boca-based Slow Burn Theatre Company plans to expand during its sixth season this fall by producing a second series of shows in connection with the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

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New Theater Company Partners In Arsht’s Next Season Plus Zoetic, UM & House Theatre

Miami-born siblings Natalie and JJ Caruncho, pursuing careers in New York, have created a company whose first production will be Stephen Sondheim’s musical Into The Woods as part of the Arsht Center’s Theater Up Close series next season.

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News: Timekeepers to Return, Plus Double Down Your Donation At Broward Center

If you missed Island City Stage’s Timekeepers last October, the company plans to team up with the West Boca Theatre Company to remount the show around the end of this calendar year and run three weeks into 2015 at the Levis Jewish Community Center.

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News Briefs: Demos-Brown’s Next, Mad Cat’s Kitty, Cash For Island City And Arts Garage

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Demos-Brown Wins Citation In Steinberg/ATCA Competition

Miami playwright Christopher Demos-Brown received a prestigious citation this weekend from one of the most esteemed playwriting programs in the country, the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award. The selection was based on the script for his play Fear Up Harsh that premiered in November at Zoetic Stage.

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Newcomers Share Carbonell Bounty With Major Companies

The Timekeepers, a harrowing drama mounted on a tiny stage by a company only in its second season, swept six of its six nominations including best play at the 38th Carbonell Awards Monday night. Those wins, along with a best director award for the fledgling Slow Burn Theatre Company’s musical next to normal, was greeted as a sign that young theaters could make inroads in a program dominated by a handful of venerable and well-funded troupes.

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Winners of 38th Carbonell Awards For Excellence

Complete lists of winners and nominees for the Carbonell Awards 2013

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David R. Torres, Co-Founder of Broward Stage Door Theatre, Dies Sunday Of Stroke At 54

David R. Torres, the electrical engineer, florist and entrepreneur who saw an arts venue in a deserted movie house and co-founded Broward Stage Door Theatre, died Sunday at age 54.

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Bored? 10 Openings This Week And 5 Next Week, 4 Last Week And That’s Not All, Folks

In addition to the two major productions still running that opened earlier this month and the four productions that opened last week, there will be 10 – count ‘em 10 – productions opening this week, not to mention five more opening the following week.

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Ring! Ring! The Mormons Are Coming To The Kravis Center

The Book of Mormon was unveiled Monday as the headliner in the 2014-2015 Kravis on Broadway season. It’s joined on the schedule by Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Flashdance, Anything Goes, Memphis and the reimagined revival of Pippin.

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