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Mad Cat’s Well-Named Mixtape Is Quirky, Passionate, Puzzling And Did We Forget Funny?

Mixtapes are by definition quirky, passionate, uninhibitedly self-expressive to the edge of self-indulgence, sometimes puzzling, sometimes touching, sometimes hilarious. Mad Cat Theatre Company’s theatrical/cinematic Mixtape 2 is all that — a compilation of playlets, snatches of poetry, music videos and short films by the region’s leading progressive, avant-garde theater.

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Parade’s The Whole Caboodle: Clever Plays & Talented Cast Dragged By Confusing Concept

Parade Productions’ collection of short plays by Michael McKeever, The Whole Caboodle, has the makings of a terrific evening of theatre, but an added conceptual element prevents the show from fulfilling its potential.

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Gay Marriage Looks At Shared Values With Hetero Unions In Standing On Ceremony

By Bill Hirschman As the two men eloquently pledge their lives and their loves to each other in the moving vows that close Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, theater reasserts its power to underscore the common humanity that …

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Standing On Ceremony To Take A Wry Look at Gay Marriage

Standing On Ceremony, a collection of short plays bowing next week at the Broward Center, is about the traditional values of love and marriage. Specifically, gay marriage. Produced by Miami’s City Theatre, the slate of works, droll and poignant, aims to win over or solidify public sentiment for marriage equality.

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Zoetic & McKeever’s Moscow Is Rich Comedy With a Heavy Load

Michael McKeever’s Moscow’s in its world premiere by Zoetic Stage in the Adrienne Arsht Center’s intimate Carnival Studio Theater is rich in so many ways with deep characters, dialogue that is quick and witty, and, for this production, a cast that couldn’t give more of its all. The only downside is that the mule in this Moscow is saddled with way too many burdens.

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The House of Bernarda Alba is Flawed but Intriguing and Thought-Provoking Rendition

The University of Miami and the Arsht Center deliver a unique and mostly convincing rendition of this tale of parental oppression and carnal repression.

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More Photos from The House of Bernarda Alba

All photos courtesy of the Adrienne Arsht Center Photos by Justin Namon for WorldRedEye.com        

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