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Slow Burn Lands Really Big Fish In Bow At The Broward Center

With this production of Big Fish, Slow Burn Theatre Company has proven itself with no asterisks to be the equal of any company producing musicals in the region, some with far more resources, government grants and well-heeled donors — not to mention among the most adventurous in tackling what few others attempt.

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Outre Theatre’s First Show Is Challenging ‘The Wild Party’

Some troupes ease into existence with a modest, surefire and frugal first full production. Not Outré Theater Company. South Florida’s newest professional company bows Friday with Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party. The 2000 off-Broadway cult hit combines a brilliant but edgy Jazz Age score with a jet black story of self-destructive hedonists in the 1920s who indulge in virtually every vice imaginable.

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It’s Alive! It’s Alive! The Reanimated Addams Family Rises From the Dead

This droll, tuneful and thoroughly winning burlesque bears little resemblance to the New York corpse whose sole virtue was comic genius Nathan Lane in the lead as Gomez.Taking the show for the vision its creators wanted to achieve, this vastly improved version is an unreserved delight.

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