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UPDATED: Broward Stage Door, which has battled through a dozen fiscal and artistic highs and lows over a quarter-century, has shut its doors. This week, the company cancelled the remaining performances in its current production, My One and Only at Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
The rest of the season also has been cancelled
Broward Stage Door, which has weathered a dozen fiscal and artistic highs and lows, will leave the home it established 23 years ago in an abandoned Margate movie house, and move this summer to the new Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
The classic 1952 crime play Dial M For Murder is a brilliantly-designed timepiece of plotting and dramatic construction. Unfortunately, Broward Stage Door’s barely serviceable production of this supposed thriller lacks much sizzle or suspense.
Twenty-seven theater artists and organizations will receive the eighth annual South Florida Silver Palm Theatre Awards honoring an outstanding or unique contribution,” the group announced Monday.
In another turn in a deal that has flipped repeatedly, the owners of the Broward Stage Door in Coral Springs announced Tuesday that its sale to Costume World of Broward County has fallen apart.
Costume World’s CEO Marilyn Wick confirmed Wednesday that the deal has “stalled,” although both parties said a slight possibility exists of salvaging the deal sometime in the future.
Broward-based Costume World, billed as the largest theatrical costume distributor in the country, will buy the 16-year-old Broward Stage Door theater in Coral Springs on Nov. 21, according to principals for both groups.