New Theatre is getting ready to open the world premiere of Lauren Feldman's new play, Fill our Mouths. It opens January 10, and runs through February 10, 2008.
Gay or straight? Hearing or deaf? Set in Paris, a heterosexual woman's sexually adventuresome affair with a hard of hearing lesbian weaves a sensual fabric of communication and self-realization. As the relationship grows between them, both characters see themselves and the world around them in a different light. Using spoken English and American Sign Language, FILL OUR MOUTHS... is a story of love and choice, deafness and hearing, the trials of communication, and the search for self when caught between two worlds.
It’s 1942, where the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel is under siege as two of Hollywood’s biggest divas vie for the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, double entendres, and one pampered little lap dog round out this fall-down-laughing riot of a new farce.
You have one more week to see Florida Stage's adaptation of a rare Mark Twain story: A Murder, A Mystery, and A Marriage. It continues its run through January 13, 2008. They are located in Manalapan, see their web site for directions and show times.
Rising Action Theatre Company is running John Kane's The Eleven O'Clock Number through February 17. Ethel Merman appears to grant a gay man's birthday wish.
GableStage is running The Little Dog Laughed through February3rd at its intimate space in the Biltmore Hotel.
Next, The NakedStage will be mounting The Lonesome West at the Pelican Stage, in Miami Shores. The playwright, Martin McDonagh, is the creator of The Pillow Man, and The Lieutenant of Inismore, two plays which garnered awards and critical praise for GableStage. It opens January 24th and runs through February 17th.
As always, COMPLETE listings (or MORE complete listings) can be found at the South Florida Theatre League's site, SouthFloridaTheatre.com