Friday, August 8, 2008

The Scene For August 8, 2008

This is going to be short and sweet, as I am in the middle of moving from Miami to Fort Lauderdale.


These are the summer doldrums, and even now we have plays opening; this week's Miami Herald Critic's Pick is True Blue, at The Women's Theatre Project. It opens tonight, and runs through August 31. And last night Rising Action Theatre Company opened something called Escorts, The Musical.


Sol Theatre Project's extended run of Why We Have A Body runs through this Sunday.

Stage Door Theatre's held-over ZERO HOUR also concludes this sunday.

SOUVENIR - a Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins
, will finish its run at Palm Beach DramaWorks on Sunday.


Caldwell Theatre's critically acclaimed production of DOUBT continues its limited run through August 17th.

Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater production of MIDLIFE: The Crisis Musical continues through August 24.

Slava's Snowshow at the Arsht Center is still playing through August 31.

DREAM A LITTLE DREAM: THE NEARLY TRUE STORY OF THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS also continues its run at Florida Stage in Manalapan through August 31.

I'll fill in more as I have time; feel free to post stuff I missed in the COMMENTS section, and I'll try to move it up top.


  1. Thank you, Brandon. It's nice living back in the US. It's even nicer commuting 5 blocks to work.