Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Scene for May 29, 2009

We're past Memorial Day, and into the final month of the 2008-2009 Theater Season in South Florida.  But we still have the Summer Season to look forward to. 

Oh, before forget; the results of the latest Theatre Scene Poll are in.  The question was "How do you choose what you see?"  The number one answer is no surprise; word of mouth.  The second place answer was a four-way tie between reading reviews, whatever's close, whatever's playing, whatever's cheap, and whatever has nudity.  Yay us.  We're so cultured.

Now, on to what's playing this week in the South Florida Theatre Scene.


In A Dark House, at the Mosaic Theater.

Signature Shorts, presented by City Theatre at the Arsht Center.  These are the plays that made Summer Shorts famous.

Strange Snow at the Alliance Theatre Lab.  You can peak behind the scenes through their blog.

Under Shorts, presented by City Theatre at the Arsht Center.  Shorts for those with a more...mature...inclination.

still playing:

The Odd Couple is at Broward Stage Door. Through June 7th.

At Home At The Zoo makes its home at Palm Beach Drama Works through June 14th. This is Edward Albee's expansion of his classic one-act play, Zoo Story.

Yankee Tavern plays through June 21 at Florida Stage.

El Inconveniente plays at Little Havana's Teatro Ocho through June 21.

Havana Bourgeois plays at Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater through June 7th, 2009.

passing through:

The national tour of Chicago at the Arsht Center.

last chance to see:

Promethean Theatre Company winds up the its critically acclaimed production of The Dumb Show at Nova Southeastern University's Mailman Theatre.

The African American Performing Arts Comunity Theatre (AAPACT) concludes its run of For Your Love...Sucka.

for kids:

Shorts4Kids, presented by City Theatre at the Arsht Center.

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