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Responsibility Examined In McKeever’s New ‘The Camp’

The Camp, a world premiere drama from the West Boca Theatre Company does not advance the age-old discussion how “good” people can be passively complicit in horrors, but Michael McKeever’s insightful script and a solid cast under Michael Leeds’ direction expertly provide a three-dimensional illustration that forces the audience to query their own souls about their responsibility to oppose evil.

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News: Timekeepers to Return, Plus Double Down Your Donation At Broward Center

If you missed Island City Stage’s Timekeepers last October, the company plans to team up with the West Boca Theatre Company to remount the show around the end of this calendar year and run three weeks into 2015 at the Levis Jewish Community Center.

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West Boca Theatre Paints Beautifully Rendered Family Portrait in From Door to Door

From Door to Door, James Sherman’s generational play at West Boca Theatre Company, that’s a mix of past and present is a brilliant paean to family life, and a heartfelt portrayal of the bond between mothers and daughters, .

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