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New Theatre’s Collection Keeping A-Breast Is Intriguing, Heartfelt But Badly Uneven
The success of theater often depends on the audience plugging in their own experiences to enhance what’s happening on stage. So perhaps part of this reviewer’s hot-and-cold reception of Keeping A-Breast at New Theatre – an earnest, heartfelt examination of the agonizing upheaval resulting from breast cancer – is because I’m a man.
AAPACT Produces Dutchman; Empire Hosts Readings
Empire Stage, the vest pocket theater next to the railroad tracks at 1140 N. Flagler in Fort Lauderdale, is becoming a popular center for staged readings as well as temporary digs for small, fledgling companies.
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