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Not Your Grandma’s Theater: The 2015-2016 Season In SoFla

South Florida theaters still mount familiar warhorses, but the 2015-2016 season is proof that companies realize the future of theater is to attract pre-retirement audiences with shows steaming fresh out of Manhattan, edgy intellectually challenging works, imaginative takes on familiar titles, regional premieres of shows you only read about in The New York Times over the past few years and some shows you have never heard of, period.

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Who’s Afraid Of Edward Albee?

South Florida theater lovers will have a rare chance to hear the wit and wisdom of one of America’s greatest playwrights, Edward Albee, as part of Nova Southeastern University’s free Distinguished Speakers Series at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 4 at …

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Want To See Something Really Scary?

Okay, maybe your trick or treaters are too young for the dueling productions of The Rocky Horror Picture Show playing at Slowburn Theatre Company and Andrews Living Arts this month. But here’s still Halloween-themed theater for the littlest playgoers courtesy of The Promethean Theatre’s Family Series.

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