Entrances And Exits This Week

Openings and Closings

Courtney Poston, Christian Vandepas and Trekkie Monster (created by Rick Pena) in Slow Burn Theatre Company’s Avenue Q / Photo by Matthew Korinko


Oct. 26-Nov. 4

Avenue Q
Slow Burn Theatre Company
at West Boca Performing Arts Theatre
12811 West Glades Rd., Boca Raton
(954) 323-7884

Irreverent Tony-winning  musical with puppets about young adults trying to find their place in New York City, a sort of adult Sesame Street with sex and profanity. Stars Mike Westrich,  Nicole Piro, Christian Vandepas, Courtney Poston, Pamela Stigger, Ann Marie Olson and Trent Stephens; directed by Patrick Fitzwater and musical direction by Manny Schvartzman, puppet design By Rick Pena.

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Oct. 25-28

Last Call
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 462-0222

Revival of hilarious and touching one-woman play by actress, stand-up comedian and world-class bartender Terri Girvin.  She guides us through one chaotic bar shift at the Manhattan bar where her character’s needy and quirky customers fight for her attention while she deals with a barrage of desperate phone calls from her self-medicating, about-to-be-homeless mother.

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Oct. 23-Nov. 17

Lend Me a Tenor
Florida Repertory Theatre
Arcade Theatre
2267 Bay Street, Fort Myer
239-332-4488 / Toll Free 877-787-8053

It is the most important night in the history of the Cleveland Grand Opera: it’s the gala opening night, and world-famous tenor, Tito Morelli, is on the bill for a one-night-only command performance as Otello. This amazing night will put Cleveland on the operatic map, but chaos ensues when the star shows up late. When Tito accidentally takes a double dose of tranquilizers, the company fears the worst as a series of hysterical mishaps leaves the audience teary-eyed with laughter. A Tony-winning farce from the author of Moon Over Buffalo/

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Oct. 25-Nov. 4

The Rocky Horror Show
Entr’acte Theatrix
performing at Crest Theatre
Delray Beach Center for the Performing Arts
Old School Square
51 N. Swinton St., Delray Beach.
(561) 243-7922

Do the time warp again with this revival (resurrection?) of the cult musical that spawned a cult movie that spawned a cult.

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Oct. 25-Nov. 3

Blue Plate Special
Broward College: Fine Arts Theatre
3501 SW Davie Rd., Building 6, Second Floor, Davie
(954) 201-6884

Collegiate production.

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Oct. 26 – Nov. 11

Sol Children Theatre Troupe Inc.
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton
(561) 447-8829

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Oct. 26-Nov. 18

Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts
Katz Performing Arts Center
17195 Sheridan Street, Pembroke Pines
(954) 437-4884

Girl meets billionaire, girl loses billionaire, girl finds billionaire. Includes a dog.

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Oct. 26

Sticks and Stones
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale
(954) 462-0222

Children’s theater.



Ends Oct. 28

The Immigrant
Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre
500 71st Street, North Miami Beach
(305) 397-8977

A revival of the locally popular play about a Russian Jewish immigrant and his bride who are relocated to Texas just after the turn of the century. They move in with a Southern Christian banker and his wife. The play follows two generations of these different families and how their lives intertwine.

For review of initial production, click here.

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Ends Oct. 28

TEMFest  / Teatro en Miami Festival
Teatro en Miami Studio
2500 SW Eighth St., Miami
And other locations
(305) 551-7473

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Ends Oct. 28

Educating Rita
New Theatre
performing at Roxy Performing Arts Center
1645 SW 107th Avenue, Miami
(305) 443-5909

For review of production, click here.

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Ends Oct. 28

J-CAT, Cultural Arts Theatre
Michael-Ann Russell JCC
18900 NE 25th Ave., North Miami Beach
(305) 932-4200, ext. 130 or 866-811-4111

Community theater production of the classic comedy about a gentleman whose best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit.

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Ends Oct. 27

Boeing Boeing
University of Miami Department of Theatre Arts
Jerry Herman Ring Theatre
1312 Miller Drive, Coral Gables
(305) 284-3355

Written by Marc Camoletti and Beverley Cross, this Tony-Award-winning farce centers around Bernard, a passionate bachelor juggling his ongoing affairs with three beautiful flight attendants.  With his strictly organized timetables telling him which attendant is taking off, which is landing, and which is already airborne, his love life is perfectly balanced. That is, until one storm ruins his carefully orchestrated schedule, and each of his lovers return to his bachelor pad at the same time!   Boeing-Boeing is a fast-paced, door-slamming comedy.

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Ends Oct. 28

Waiting for Godot
Barry University
Broad Auditorium
11300 NE Second Ave., Miami Shores
(305) 899-3420

College production of Samuel Beckett’s ground-breaking play of existentialism.

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Ends Oct. 28

Little Shop of Horrors
Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre
2542B E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
(954) 763-6882

Children’s theater. Cult musical comedy about man-eating plant from outer space.

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