Tag Archives: Matt Stabile

Not Just For Kids, Theatre Lab’s Initial Family-Friendly Ronia Elevates And Inspires

Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter — the first offering of Theatre Lab’s family-friendly series — satisfies the parameters of youth theatre but with a pedigree that transcends its genre, a production bristles with imagination, wit and pathos that resonate across all generations.

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Lots of News: Summer Fest, Charlie Cinnamon, Dramaworks, GableStage, MNM, Stage Door, Spotlight On the Arts & More

Tons of news about South Florida Theatre League, MNM Theatre Company, GableStage, Palm Beach Dramworks, Spotlight on the Arts, Earl Maulding, Actors Playhouse, Broward Stage Door, Lightning Bolt Productions, Theatre Lab, Matt Stabile

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FAU Theatre Lab Reels Out Meta-Meta-Meta Revolutionists

Theatre Lab’s production of Lauren Gunderson’s The Revolutionists resembles a blindingly scintillating gem-like puzzle with an infinite number of moving parts that twist in on itself over and over endlessly.

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Florida Road Trip Weaves From Off-Beat To Poignant In Peter Sagal’s Most Wanted

Most Wanted starts out like one of those wacky only-in-Florida tales, but as Peter Sagal’s world premiere at Theatre Lab, evolves the weirdness gives way to poignancy that eclipses the humor and reveals the heartfelt message.

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Shorts Gone Wild 5 Is Usual Mixed Bag — But With A Twist

Shorts Gone Wild 5, co-produced by City Theatre with Island City Stage, follows the same entertaining pattern eliciting guffaws, chuckles and a few choked back sniffles with risque and luight blue material. The acting and direction keeps improving year after year and those elements rescue scripts less deftly written. But this edition feels different for an intriguing reason.

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Theatre Lab Hosts 24-Hour Project To Aid New Play Festival

The future of the 24-Hour Theatre Project – a popular fund-raiser that cemented the theater community’s solidarity – seemed endangered when its founders, the Amadeos, announced they would be leaving the state. Enter the Theatre Lab, which will present Project on May 1 with the Amadeos’ blessing.

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Motherland Is 2017 Riff On Brecht’s Heroine At Theatre Lab

The best art is a partnership between the creative mind and the viewer. That often requires the audience to expend some effort to get inside the artist’s mind or ethos or style. Witness the first full-fledged production of Allison Gregory’s Motherland at Theatre Lab, a tragedy shot full of the droll street humor.

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Steven Dietz Wants Us To Open Our Eyes In This Random World

With humor, poignancy and insight, Dietz portrays just such a patchwork invisible to its residents in his new play This Random World at Theatre Lab, the professional resident company at Florida Atlantic University.

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Bawdy And Droll Evening of Shel Silverstein Shorts At Vanguard

But with one significant caveat, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein at the Vanguard lands most of the ten quirky gems of satirical and somewhat blue comedy with a skill, energy and polish missing from many local anthologies of 10 or 15-minute playlets.

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Demos-Brown / Zoetic Stage’s Shattering ‘Stripped’ Is Incisive Thought-Provoking Evening

In Christopher Demos-Brown’s shattering world premiere Stripped at Zoetic Stage, the audience is faced with a complex child custody case is forced to judge past the surface facets of a case in which it will be impossible to “do no harm.”

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