Thursday, July 2, 2009

The Scene for July 3, 2009.

Talk about summer! Here it is, Independence Day weekend. It's been hot, rainy, and rainy, with an occasional storm. But we hope that it clears up on Saturday for the celebration. Fortunately, if it rains the rest of the weekend, there's plenty to see around South Florida.

Here's what's happening this week in the Theatre Scene.


Some Kind of Wonderful! opens at Florida Stage; it plays through August 30. Hap Erstein tells us all about it at the Palm Beach ArtsPaper.

still playing:

Tu Ternura Molotov (Your Molotov Kisses) at Area Stage plays through June 21, 2009 has been extended through July 19, 2009! (In Spanish, with English subtitles).

The M Ensemble opened I Just Stopped By to See the Man, by Stephen Jeffreys. It's not on their website, but you can call them at 305-899-2217. Be sure to remind them to update their website when you call! It plays through July 19.

The Sol Theatre Project, which I was under the impression had closed, opened Men on the Verge of a His-panic Breakdown. It runs through July 18, 2009.

The New Century has arrived at Gablestage, through July 19, 2009.

Bent plays at Rising Action Theatre Company through July 19.

I Left My Heart...A Tribute to Tony Bennett, at Broward Stage Door, June 12 - Aug 2.

last chance to see:

My Name is Rachel Corrie plays at The Alliance Theatre Lab through July 5th.

for kids:
Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre presents Stuart Little through August 1, 2009. Peak behind the scenes at The Playground.

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