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Sister Act is a crowd-pleaser that loosely follows the story of the film which served as a vehicle for comedienne Whoopi Goldberg. Slow Burn Theatre Company’s production rises above the typical formulaic over-the-top musical comedy presentation with nuanced direction, stellar acting, and rousing music that lifts even the gloomiest disposition.
By Oline H. Cogdill Can a musical that is on the surface highly entertaining, clicks all the buttons with strong acting, singing and dancing, with an innovative set enhanced by solid lighting, yet still lacks that extra punch that is …
By Oline Cogdill Disney has become the master of crossover entertainment that appeals to both children and adults, especially those who can tap into their inner child. Proof positive of this is Slow Burn Theatre Company’s highly entertaining, uber-energetic production …
So many people contribute their talents to making South Florida theater soar—directors, actors, technical experts, support staff, playwrights—the list is endless. But also many people and organizations work behind the scenes, offering support in a different way. …
The Newsboy Strike of 1899 is the foundation of a high-energy, enthusiastic and plain old fun production of the musical Disney’s Newsies closing out Slow Burn Theatre Company’s season.
Of course, Mary Poppins does fly in Slow Burn Theatre Company’s glorious production at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. As the song goes, this Mary Poppins is “Practically Perfect,”
From Slow Burn Theatre Company’s brass-unleashed overture with a live band, to an ebullient cast, to winning music and witty lyrics, this musical version of the film Honeymoon in Vegas is the kind of full-fledged fully-entertaining classic musical comedy you thought no one wrote anymore.
Something old, something new; something borrowed, something blue. Well, not much blue, but Palm Beach Dramaworks, Maltz Jupiter Theatre & Slow Burn Theatre have announced 2023-24 season with a wide array of genres. Some have been done a good deal in other theaters; some you’ve never heard of.
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.
A hallmark of Slow Burn Theatre Company is its knack in finding new, mostly young talent and shaping those performers’ creativity. That approach—and this current round of talent—are on full display in the high energy, highly entertaining production of Footloose, now at the Broward Center.