Tag Archives: Susan Danis

New Plays At Dramaworks, Danis Stays At FGO, Space Now Wilton Theater Factory

News About Dramaworks’ January festival of readings of works in development, Susan Danis stays at Florida Grand Opera, Infinite Abyss and Island City Stage rename their home Wilton Theater Factory

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News: Thinking Cap Beats Bway, Danis Leaves FGO, FIU Fosters Plays, Knight Offers Grants, Costume World Moving, Krasja Now BAA President

News of Florida Grand Opera, Florida International University, Knight Foundation, Broadway Across America and Costume World

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Texting & Scrolling Messages During SoFla Shows Becoming As Egregious As Ringing Phones

South Florida Theater patrons checking and responding to email during a performance has mushroomed in recent years, but it reached a high water mark last week indicating a worsening of the collision of technology, performance art, the obsession with staying connected and the etiquette of communal interaction.

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Anonymous Patron To Match Donations Needed To Keep Florida Opera in Broward

An anonymous donor has pledged to match any donation to keep Florida Grand Opera from eliminating Fort Lauderdale performances from its 2015-2016 season, the company announced Monday. But without pledges from other donors by Jan. 31 to be matched, large-scale opera productions would disappear from Broward County

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Breaking News: Florida Grand Opera To Cancel Next Season In Broward Without $400,000

Large-scale opera productions would disappear from Broward County during the 2015-2016 season if area patrons and corporations do not pledge at least $400,000 by the end of this month, the Florida Grand Opera announced late Tuesday afternoon

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Back From Exile, Levy’s Mourning Becomes Electra Finally Gets Local Bow At Florida Grand Opera

Considering that some aficionados say Mourning Becomes Electra is one of the most thrilling operas ever written, Fort Lauderdale composer Marvin David Levy can be forgiven a bit of curmudgeonly pique that it’s also one you’ve never heard. That will change Thursday thanks to the Florida Grand Opera.

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