Tag Archives: Pamela Roza
The Pursuit Of Dreams At Stage Door’s Broadway Bound
Broward Stage Door’s Broadway Bound may not land perfectly all the time, but these theater pros deliver a no-excuses-needed effort that works often and effectively and ultimately satisfies.
New Theatre’s Agnes Of God Depicts Intriguing Battle Between Faith And Reason
By Bill Hirschman It’s been a season of struggles between faith and reason, intellect and romanticism, science and religion in South Florida theater: Amadeus at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, The Magic Flute at Florida Grand Opera, and simultaneous productions bowing …
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Agnes of God, Barbara Sloan, Christina Groom, New Theatre, Pamela Roza, Ricky J. Martinez Leave a comment