Wick’s Million Dollar Quartet Is Still Worth Every Penny
As the Wick Theatre’s electric production of Million Dollar Quartet powers through the last four numbers, it’s easy to imagine that the sun never sets anywhere in the world where this musical isn’t playing. This current visit of Elvis, Carl, Johnny, and Jerry Lee is just as rousing as you remember from its opening blast of “Blue Suede Shoes.”
‘Mean Girls’ Sweetly Revisits Anxiety-Ridden Teen Years
Is it possible to call the musical Mean Girls sweet, despite the tropes of teenage anxieties, insecurities, cliques and general high school malaise, not to mention the meanest of mean girls whose name has entered the lexicon of villains? Yet, sweet certainly captures the entertaining touring production of Mean Girls, now at the Broward Center through May 7.
Main Street Players Depicts Human Cost Of Economic Flux
Main Street Players’ unsparing edition of Lynn Nottage’s stunning Sweat insightfully tracks the spiraling toilet spin of blue collar workers as economic changes devastate their incomes and the substance of their lives.
One More Yesterday Deserves Many More Tomorrows
The musical One More Yesterday may see it itself as a work in progress, but enfold yourself in this humorous, tuneful and heartfelt work, especially to savor Angie Radosh giving yet another superb performance.
Capote Returns To Life As Unique &Complex As Ever In Tru
Tru, the play bringing the audience into Truman Capote’s living room for a chatty wit-lathered visit at a crucial moment in his life, entertains as Charles Baran evokes the engaging persona of the writer but does not tries to mimic his unique voice or other externals. But he succeeds in creating this outsized creature alternately, compassionate, cruel, haunted, indestructible and a dozen attributes.
Past, Present and Future Intertwine In Magical Dance in GableStage’s El huracán
The past, the present and the future intertwine in a magical dance seasoned with love and guilt in GableStage’s outstanding El huracán as three generations of women wrestle with loss and forgiveness that crosses nine decades.
PPTOPA Asks You To Join Us In The Summer Of Love In Pippin
Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts presents a new vision for the musical Pippin echoing the Summer of Love.
Choice, Politics & Dreams In 1964 Haiti In ‘Cry Old Kingdom’ From New City Players
Jeff Augustin’s incisive tragedy Cry Old Kingdom from New City Players provides an embarrassingly rare look for Florida mainstream theater into Haiti’s past. With passion – repressed then explosive, the play depicts with unapologetic clarity how people struggled to deal with the horrifying despotism of Duvalier in 1964.
Riverside’s Intoxicating 42nd Street Is As Good As It Gets
Riverside Theatre’s intoxicating production of 42nd Street is as good as it gets — anywhere. This high-spirited show is awash in entertainment from beginning to end and you’ll remain a happy captive to the exhilarating song and dance numbers for days to come.
The Walls Have Ears Explores Brutal Terror in 1962 Cuba
Politics, family and revolution—each volatile in their own way—provide the harrowing backdrop for Robby Ramos’ debut drama The Walls Have Ears, having its world premiere through May 14 at the Westchester Cultural Arts Center in Miami.