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Twenty-six theater professionals, activists and organizations are being honored for “outstanding or unique contributions to South Florida theater” with the Silver Palm Theatre Awards.
New news briefs in brief about about the very stuff dreams are made of to quote the guy born 450 years ago this week.
Spotlight On The Arts is a weekly panel discussion of issues facing the local creative community and their audiences, featuring an irreverent group including actress/teacher/producer Iris Acker, actor/playwright/designer Michael McKeever, actress/writer Karen Stephens and critic Bill Hirschman. Guests so far include Christopher Demos-Brown, Michael Leeds, Stephanie Ansin and Jennifer Cronenberg
Iris Acker has transformed her 25-year-old interview TV series into a no-holds-barred and light-hearted panel discussion of thought-provoking topics with Ms. Acker leading an irreverent group including Karen Stephens, Michael McKeever and Bill Hirschman
Eighteen Silver Palm Awards honoring theatrical excellence in South Florida during the 2011-2012 season will be presented Dec. 3, as well as two Remy Awards from the South Florida Theatre League.
The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife at Boca Raton Theatre Guild might drag a little at first, but the show soars when Patti Gardner, Michael Beecher, Barbara Sloan and Iris Acker are on stage together. Their interplay is worth the price of admission and make this production one to see.
News: Fund-raising Readings for GableStage & Mosaic, Remy Awards Announced, Carbonells Offer Scholarships, Staged Reading of Who Killed Joan Crawford, Laffing Matterz Returns, New on Iris Acker This Week
Fund-raising Staged Readings for GableStage and Mosaic Here’s an approach you’ve never seen before: two separate staged readings of the same play to benefit two local theaters. Television and stage actor Dan Lauria will star in staged readings of his …
The Silver Palm Awards, founded four years ago to spotlight theatrical excellence in South Florida, will be presented to 17 individuals on Dec. 5.