Tag Archives: R. Kent Wilson

From Carbonells To Theater At Large, Is South Florida Serving Its Hispanic And Black Artists?

This year’s Carbonells with its all-white roster of winners in the performance and directing categories was simply the boiling point in a discussion that has long simmered behind the curtain of South Florida theater. Where all sides seem to agree is that there isn’t a tremendous amount of work being produced by and for black and Hispanic talent, even though, at least in Miami, they constitute a vast majority population.

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Westfall’s Intriguing Premiere ‘Two Weekends and a Day’ Has Promise But Needs More Work

Susan J. Westfall’s Two Weekends and a Day at New Theatre is a classic example of a world premiere that has admirable virtues worth exploring further, but a serious need for more re-tooling.

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New Theatre’s Collection Keeping A-Breast Is Intriguing, Heartfelt But Badly Uneven

The success of theater often depends on the audience plugging in their own experiences to enhance what’s happening on stage. So perhaps part of this reviewer’s hot-and-cold reception of Keeping A-Breast at New Theatre – an earnest, heartfelt examination of the agonizing upheaval resulting from breast cancer – is because I’m a man.

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