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Measure for Measure Delivers A Rousing ‘In the Heights’

Measure For Measure Theatre’s rousing production in Sunrise brings into focus that Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’s musical is, at its heart, about the twin themes of dreams and community, and their intersection. With passion and ebullience, this edition documents an evolving fluid community of varied mutually supportive souls pursuing a variety of dreams.

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Obsession, Lust And Passion Rule At Measure’s Murder Ballad

Lust, anger and anguish pour out of urban millennials with like molten liquid gushing from an open fire hydrant in the new Measure For Measure Theatre’s production of the chamber rock opera Murder Ballad at the Broward Center

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Nothing Average About Measure For Measure’s Next To Normal

A new theater debuting by choosing a complex musical about mental illness, and in the small confines of the 50 or so seat theater? Now that takes confidence. And confident the professional, non-Equity Measure for Measure appears to be, as it dives head first into the complicated, yet wholly satisfying Next to Normal, as part of a co-production with Infinite Abyss Productions.

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New Measure For Measure Troupe Prevails Over Irma

Daimien J. Matherson and his new South Florida theater company Measure for Measure are finally about to put an undesired nickname — and Hurricane Irma — behind them Almost exactly eight months after the storm invaded South Florida, they’re ready to forget about the storm that postponed their original debut production.

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