Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Scene for Thanksgiving Weekend 2009

A special early edition of The Scene, because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Have a lovely Thursday, but I hope you have a chance to see some theatre this weekend; there are a lot of great offerings available. And I think we should all be thankful for that!

I'm thankful that most of the theatres that were with us last year are still open and putting on plays, despite the economic hardships. I'm glad that people are coming out to see plays.


The M Ensemble had to delay its opening of Gem of the Ocean when their air conditioning system was stolen. Really. They open Friday, November 27, and it plays through December 20

still playing:

26 Miles opens at New Theatre on Nov 19, and runs through Dec 20

Christopher Durang's Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them opens Thursday at the Mosaic Theatre, and plays through Dec 13.

Cantorial opens Friday at the Broward Stage Door Theatre and plays through January 3.

David Mamet's adaptation of The Voysey Inheritance plays at the Caldwell Theatre Company through December 13.

Laffing Matterz runs Thursday-Sunday at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, through June.

last chance to see...

The Naked Stage presents Macon City: A Comic Book Play through November 29.

Two Jews Walk Into A War... at Florida Stage, through Nov 29.

Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House at Palm Beach DramaWorks plays through Nov 29.

for kids
Actors' Playhouse runs its production of Madeline's Christmas at The Miracle Theatre through December 26th, 2009.

Inanna and the Huluppu Tree returns to the Playground Theatre, through December 20.

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