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The Maltz Jupiter Theatre plans a massive $2.5 million renovation that will include adding VIP seating, building a more elaborate lobby with 12-foot ceilings, expanding the building itself to the east, adding restrooms and other amenities.
Joy and uncertainty imbued the 36th annual Carbonell Awards on Monday night, reflecting a period marked by the greatest concentration of theatrical excellence in recent memory, yet also the closure of two companies and tenuous survival of others. The juxtaposition was no more evident than the Caldwell Theatre production, Stuff, earning three awards – four days after the company revealed it had hired a receiver and was postponing its last play of the season because of cash flow problems.
Hello Jerry You’d think he’d have seen it enough times, but Jerry Herman, the composer-lyricist of Hello, Dolly!, dropped in on last Friday’s performance of his best-known work at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Herman, a University of Miami grad and …
News Briefs: Carbonell Tickets, Dramaworks’ Summer Show, Kato Gets Promotion, Short Plays Reading, Free Shows
Anyone who doubts the quality of South Florida should buy a ticket (as should everyone else who loves theater) to the 36th Annual Carbonell Awards set for 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 2 in the Amaturo Theater at Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
The Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s 10th anniversary season will feature the crowd-pleasing brand of musicals that have cemented its popularity, but it will continue its push toward serious fare with two powerhouse plays: Doubt and Amadeus. The rest of lineup announced Monday night includes the mainstream musicals The Music Man, Singin’ in the Rain and Thoroughly Modern Millie.
News Roundup: PPTOPA, Caldwell, Actors Playhouse, Mosaic, Maltz, Raul Esparza, Florida Follies, NSAL, Arsht, Kravis &Top Gun The Musical
‘Tis the Season Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts has roughed out its 2012-2013 season, although exact dates are still being finalized. The company will present the musical Annie around September-October, West Side Story (the recent version with some …
By Bill Hirschman The Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s almost profligately lush, unflaggingly energetic and totally winning edition of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will thankfully make you forget any of the dozen high school, church or amateur productions that may …
In what may be the first massive melding of junior thespians and advanced technology, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s staff has employed cyberspace and digital information to manage the logistical nightmare of creating and training eight separate children’s choirs for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat