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We’re Still Here: A Look Back at South Florida Theater 2022
Quite a come back year: World premieres, epic musicals, moving two-character dramas, you name it. Here’s not so much a “best of the year” list – no such list can be reliable or complete – but a random recognition of outstanding performances, productions, trends and just moments that theaterlovers will carry with them into 2023.
Posted in Features Tagged Aaron Bower, Annastasia Victory, Bari Newport, Ben Sandomir, Boca Stage, Brinie Wallace, Colin McPhillamy, Elizabeth Dimon, Elizabeth Price, Empire Stage, Eytan Deray, Florida Grand Opera, GableStage, Gabriell Salgado, Island City Stage, Jerel Brown, Juson Williams, Kim Ostrenko, Laura Hodos, Lindsey Corey, M Ensemble, Main Street Players, Margaret M. Ledford, Margery Lowe, Miami New Drama, Michael O. Mitchell, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts, Rita Cole, Ronnie Larsen, Sahid Pabon, Slow Burn Theatre Company, Steve Trovillion; Michael McKeever, Stuart Meltzer, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Theater Lab, Theatre Lab, Thinking Cap Theatre, Zoetic Stage 1 Comment
Once On This Island Is Glorious Tale of Storytelling And Song
Get yourself down to where Slow Burn is delivering a gift you’ll prize for a long time to come: Once On This Island is a glorious evening of storytelling and song, myth and magic infused with joy, passion and a deep belief that love is that saving grace of complex human existence.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Andre Russell, Brinie Wallace, Chloe Davis, Cliff Price, Daryl Patrice, Eden Marte, Elijah Word, Geoffrey Short, George Jackson, Jade Jones, Jasmine Iacullo, Jerel Brown, Kareema Khouri, Lillie Thomas, Nate Promkul, Nayomi Braaf, Nicole Dikun, Once On This Island, Patrick Fitzwater, Remarcus Riggins, Reynel Reynaldo, Slow Burn Theatre Company Leave a comment