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New City Players Tackles a ‘Magical’ Streetcar Named Desire

  By Aaron Krause “South Florida is going to really sink its teeth into something that is going to be magical, musical, and monumental,” award-winning South Florida director Stuart Meltzer enthuses. And New City Players’ (NCP) Producing Artistic Director Tim …

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Theatre Lab Premieres Edgy, Fun What’s Best for the Children

Theatre Lab bravely chooses to dedicate itself to presenting new plays to South Florida audiences.  Inherent in such a bold mission is the chance of an occasional misfire.  Happily, this is not the case with their latest presentation, Idris Goodwin’s What’s Best for the Children.

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New City Players’ 1000 Miles a journey of the immigrant experience

  By Oline H. Cogdill The immigrant experience with its promises for a new start wrapped in the frightening reality of the suspicion of strangers, the fear of the unknown and the loss of what has been left behind are …

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Sweet Goats & Blueberry Señoritas a Tasty Debut at Actors Playhouse

By Raquel V. Reyes Richard Blanco’s and Vanessa Garcias’ Sweet Goats & Blueberry Señoritas is steeped in Cubanisms that will delight Miami audiences. The 90-minute play runs through Dec. 3rd at Actor’s Playhouse at the Miricale Theatre in Coral Gables. …

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2023 Silver Palms Announce Honorees

South Florida continues to have stellar theater in the tri-county area. That level of excellence is reinforced by the list of Silver Palm honorees. The Silver Palm honorees will be recognized when the awards return to The Addison of Boca …

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NCP’s Little Montgomery Morphs From Cute Comedy To Exam of the Human Comedy

New City Players’ Little Montgomery starts as a satisfyingly cute summer chuckle of a comedy, but morphs into a deeper examination of human beings struggling awkwardly to cope with the word “family.”

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Boca Stage’s Different Take The Odd Couple (Female Version)

The zingers in Boca Stage’s female version of The Odd Couple sound familiar but hardly stale like something left in Olive Madison’s refrigerator for who knows how long. Rather, you welcome the wisecracks as you would greet a dear old friend whom you haven’t seen in ages. Perhaps that is because we badly need laughter in a world in which bad news seems to surround us.

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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.

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City Theatre’s Constitution May Be Season’s Most Important Play

The contradictions of what we say the Constitution is, what we want it to be, and what it really is, what it really does are at the heart of one of the most timely and important pieces of theater to be produced in South Florida this past year — City Theatre’s What the Constitution Means to Me.

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In Fine Performance, Misery’s Annie Wilkes May Seem More Familiar Today Than You Recall

An unintended resonance echoes in Empire Stage’s production of Misery that Stephen King likely did not quite foresee. In a world where some people steadfastly, even violently believe whatever they want to believe, somewhere Annie Wilkes is shrugging and asking “What’s your point?”

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