And if you've missed the FREE show, there's still a lot of plays to see.
It's a Trifecta Friday:
Hairspray opens at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts: but don't wait, it moves on after the Sunday evening performance. This is the launch of a new tour from NETworks. I've had the opportunity to look in on rehearsals: it's worth catching.
Eugene O'Neills classic A Moon For the Misbegotten is the first play of the season at Palm Beach DramaWorks. See Theatre Row's article.
But that's not all, folks; there's more on Saturday:
The GableStage production of November opens. Brandon K. Thorp talks with Joe Adler about it, and other topics. I guess he couldn't be bothered to review the two shows he missed last week.
LAST CHANCE TO SEE
The Rant plays at the New Theatre, through October 26.
Some Men at the Rising Action Theatre Company through November 2.
Silent Heroes plays at the Women's Theatre Project through October 26.
FOR THE KIDS
It's a busy week for the Children's theater:
Stone Soup has actually been playing to school groups for two weeks at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, but Friday is the first and only time it's been open to the general public.
The Wizard of Oz opens Saturday at Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater.
My Fair Lady is playing all weekend at the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre.
The Little Prince is playing all weekend at the Miami Children's Theatre.