StageBill Blog: Carbonells and How Your Sausage Is Made

The truth is many times it is, indeed, a high honor, just to be nominated and this year’s Carbonell Awards crop will prove this with a vengeance.

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StageBill Blog: Looking Back At The Year of the Sea Change

In real life, we rarely have the clarity of identifiable watersheds as heroes discover in dramas. But five years from now, you’ll likely look back on the past 12 months and recognize not a turning point, but an unmistakable moment within a slow sea change in South Florida theater.

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Welcome to the Theater

By Bill Hirschman We believe in the future of theater, especially South Florida theater. This website is an expression of that faith. Certainly, the demise of Florida Stage infected all of us who love theater with a quiet dread. It …

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“Motherhood the Musical” hits the recording studio

The landmark original cast albums of American cultural history: My Fair Lady, Company and now”’Motherhood the Musical. Broward-based GFour Productions is mixing and issuing a CD of Sue Fabisch’s music and lyrics for the show that had its world premiere …

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Caldwell and Entr’Acte theaters to join forces for large-scale musical, “City of Angels”

An informal business arrangement between the Caldwell Theatre and Entr’Acte Theatrix has solidified into a formal partnership that will culminate in a large-scale co-production next season of’City of Angels. The newly-formed Artistic Alliance joins the 35-year-old Boca Raton theater fighting …

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Tamarac Theatre announces ambitious lineup for next season

The Tamarac Theatre Of Performing Arts is taking on some large cast shows which require superb leading men and women for’the 2011-2012 season it announced this week. Bye Bye Birdie, the Eisenhower Era musical poking fun at those darn teenagers …

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Once is not enough

If you can’t get enough of Avi Hoffman in GableStage’s’Superior Donuts, producing artistic director Joseph Adler is loaning his stage to Hoffman for two Saturday matinees of’Still Jewish After All These Years: A Life In the Theatre. Hoffman, renowned for …

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Critic’s Choice

It’s a very quiet week for openings, although the schedule starts filling up once again after April 1. But one major bow is promising: The Maltz Jupiter Theatre closes its regular snowbird season by investing its customary lush production values …

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Learning the craft

Alex Lacamoire, a 1992 New World School of the Arts grad and the Tony Award winner for orchestrations for’In The Heights, is offering a master class in the career theater business for high school and college students at 1 p.m. …

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A Wicked cure for high ticket prices

Can’t afford the $154 orchestra seat ticket to the musical’Wicked playing March 30 to April 24 in Fort Lauderdale?. A limited number of tickets will be sold for $25 each in a lottery before each performance at Broward Center for …

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