Tag Archives: Mosaic Theatre

StageBill Blog: It’s Not All Darkness Out There

As the music swelled Monday at Outré Theatre Company’s concert production of tick…tick…BOOM!, a thought kept interfering with my becoming completely lost in Jonathan Larson’s chamber musical. There’s hope.

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Mosaic’s A Measure of Cruelty Is a Benchmark Triumph

Neither protagonists nor antagonists, the haunted trio at the center of A Measure of Cruelty are desperately seeking compassion and redemption for their separate sins when all they can find in themselves are levels of self-disgust. Your awareness of your own transgressions and your ability to muster forgiveness for others is jammed into a crucible for self-examination by the spectacle of flawed humanity in this stunning world premiere at the Mosaic Theatre of Joe Calarco’s play.

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Mad Cat Scholarships, Walk On in Amadeus, Showboat Docks At Stage Door, Mosaic Names Finalists, Short Plays Staged

Mad Cat Awards Scholarships Mad Cat Theatre Company has presented its first Nine Lives Scholarship Awards to Arielle Hoffman for outstanding high school senior and Emilie Paap as outstanding college senior. Each will be receive a $500 scholarship prior to …

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Mosaic Play Looks At Teen Violence In Premiere Of A Measure of Cruelty

To clarify misconceptions, the drama formerly entitled The Michael Brewer Project did not end up being specifically about Michael Brewer. A Measure of Cruelty, having its world premiering at Mosaic Theatre on Thursday, only uses the burning of the Deerfield Beach teenager in 2009 as the inciting incident, said playwright Joe Calarco and director Richard Jay Simon.

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Palm Beach Theaters Dominate Carbonell Awards

Joy and uncertainty imbued the 36th annual Carbonell Awards on Monday night, reflecting a period marked by the greatest concentration of theatrical excellence in recent memory, yet also the closure of two companies and tenuous survival of others. The juxtaposition was no more evident than the Caldwell Theatre production, Stuff, earning three awards – four days after the company revealed it had hired a receiver and was postponing its last play of the season because of cash flow problems.

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Mosaic’s Death and the Maiden Is Taut Psychological Thriller

Torture, vengeance and morality take center stage in Death and the Maiden, a suspenseful thriller now receiving a riveting production at Mosaic Theatre in Plantation.

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News Roundup: PPTOPA, Caldwell, Actors Playhouse, Mosaic, Maltz, Raul Esparza, Florida Follies, NSAL, Arsht, Kravis &Top Gun The Musical

‘Tis the Season Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts has roughed out its 2012-2013 season, although exact dates are still being finalized. The company will present the musical Annie around September-October, West Side Story (the recent version with some …

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Mosaic Changes Season, Alliance Sets Season, Andrews Arts Hosts Show, Hirschman Honored With Zink Award

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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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Touchdown! Mosaic Theatre Scores Big with Lombardi

Mosaic Theatre’s Lombardi starring Ray Abruzzo brings an intimacy to the game of football as well humanity to a legend. Don’t miss it.

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