Thursday, January 15, 2009

World Premieres Abound on the Theatre Scene

Mary Damiano of Miami Artzine realized that 3 of the plays opening in South Florida this weekend are World Premieres, and that by the end of the month, the count is FIVE.

She writes about three of theses shows in the current issue of Miami Artzine; Bombshells at Actors' Playhouse, New Vista's Still Jewish After All These Years, and Kissing at New Theatre in Coral Gables.

Damiano also gets the first words from Avi Hoffman about the demise of The Producers, which was originally slated to open at New Vista this weekend.

She also touches on A Report on the Banality of Love, the new Mario Diament play that opened last week to rave reviews at The Promethean Theatre. Andie Arthur did a story on the play for the last issue of the ArtZine. We also learn that another theatre in town will be opening one of his plays soon.

Mary Damiano says "it's a good time to be a new play in South Florida." I say it's a good time to be a theatre lover in South Florida.

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