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African Americans Score Strongly In 2017 Carbonell Award Nominations

South Florida has long been home to minority-dominated theater companies as well as productions in which race was a central theme. But the Carbonell Award nominations for 2017 released this morning underscore how opportunities have grown specifically for African-American artists in the region and for audiences interested in their work.

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Full List of 2017 Carbonell Award Nominations

2017 nominations for the 42nd annual Carbonell Awards

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News: Ben Solmor BENefit, Coconut Grove Hearing, Curtains For Andrews Living Arts

News about benefit concert for ailing choreographer Ben Solmor, another public hearing on the Coconut Grove Playhouse set for Thursday, and Andrews Living Arts closes

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28 Honored With 2016-2017 Silver Palm Theatre Awards

The South Florida Silver Palm Theatre Awards, founded ten years ago to honor theatrical excellence in South Florida, has announced the identities of the 28 individuals and organizations receiving the 2016-2017 honors.

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GableStage & Dramaworks Team Up To Co-Produce Indecent

In what is believed to be a groundbreaking move, Palm Beach Dramaworks and GableStage plan a co-production of the acclaimed Broadway play Indecent to be next fall.

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Updated Regularly — Shows Cancelled Or Postponed By Irma; Damage Reports

With Hurricane Irma closing in, those in charge of theater performances and venues are considering whether to cancel or postpone productions and events. We will post this information on an ongoing basis regularly updated here on the site, on Facebook and Twitter, assuming we also are operational.

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Curtain Up On The 2017-2018 South Florida Theater Season

If you know where to look, certainly you can find reliable warhorse titles in the upcoming theater season in South Florida, but it’s easier to find vibrant, contemporary and challenging offerings.

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Music In The Air: A Few Sweet Notes From Radosh, Fantel, Keelor — And Even Ben Hecht

Local stages have some special programs running for only one or two days starting tonight including Palm Beach Dramaworks, GableStage and Arts Garage.

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Michael Hall, Pioneering Co-Founder Of The Caldwell Theatre, Dead At 77

Caldwell Theatre co-founder Michael Hall, among the pioneers who transformed a fledgling theater scene focused on molding warhorses and built it into a vibrant regional force embracing challenging work, died June 15 from pancreatic cancer at age 77, it was announced Sunday.

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News About Free Theater Fest, Speaking Shakespeare, Plus Honors And Appointments

Lots of news: South Florida Theatre League’s free Summer Theatre Fest, Curtain Call Playhouse is honored, City Theatre’s Margaret Ledford is promoted, Bruce Linser takes on a new job,and Peter Galman teaches Shakespeare

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