Thursday, August 6, 2009

The Scene for August 7, 2009

Well. August. I've been looking back through the Archives, just to get some perspective.
A year ago:
  • Souvenir, Zero Hour, and Why We Have a Body closed.
  • True Blue and Escorts, the Musical opened.
  • Productions of DOUBT, Midlife: the Crisis Musical, and Dream a Little Dream were chcugging along on area stages.
That's eight productions. And once again, we have eight local productions, plus two national tours (even though one is for kids!)

Not bad at all, considering the economy. So come on in out of the heat; see a show.


Speaking Elephant opens at The Women's Theatre Project, and plays through August 30.

still playing:

Viva Bourgeois at Mad Cat Theatre Company in Miami presents its spin on Molière through August 22nd.

Private Lives at Palm Beach DramaWorks , runs through August 16th.

Molotov Kisses
plays through August 16th at Area Stage Company.

El Celador Del Desierto plays at Teatro En Miami Studio through August 22. (Spanish, with english supertitles)

Married ALIVE! plays at the Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater through Aug 23.

Some Kind of Wonderful! at Florida Stage plays through August 30.

Knish Alley plays at the Stage Door Theatre through August 30th, 2009.

passing through:

Mamma Mia! Here we go again; the musical of ABBA songs plays at the Kravis Center. It closes Sunday, and if you miss it, well, it seems to come through every year, so you'll just have to catch it later.

for kids:

Dora the Explorer
finds the stage at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts this weekend.

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