Monday, April 12, 2010

Mondays are Dark

Tonight's the big night for South Florida Theatre; the 34th Annual Carbonell Award Ceremony.  While a lot of people think of it as "Theatre Prom" - and it certainly is that - it's also a scholarship fund.  We shouldn't forget that it's not all about showboating for our colleagues.  And don't forget, is hosting the after-party is down the street at Revolution Live!  (The exclamation point is actually part of the name of the place).  Admission is free with a ticket stub from the Carbonells - and you can still get tickets at

In Case You Missed It
Playbill goes through all the Carbonell Nominations.

Naked at the Carbonells
Naked Stage is going to Theatre Prom; will you be there?  Will they really be naked?  You'll have to come to the ceremony to find out.

Stage Door Goes to the Cleaners tells us about the next production at the Stage Door Theatre; a little show called Suds...the Rockin' Sixties Musical.

City Theatre Breaks New Ground
The Drama Queen reports that City Theatre, famous for producing "playlets," is unveiling a musical created by artistic director Stephanie Norman, and brought to life by singer/songrwiter Lisa Loeb and South Florida playwright Marco Ramirez.

Raul's on the Great White Way. Again.
Upstaged talks with South Florida's favorite son, Raúl Esparza, about his current project - the concert version of Stephen Sondheim's Anyone Can Whistle at City Center.

NEA Chairman at Work
The New York Times catches up with Rocco Landesman.

If You Build Direct It, They Will Come.
The Palm Beach Post tells us that Scout Wade Jennings has chosen an unusual Service Project to earn the title of Eagle Scout.

Florida Stage's Furthermore is chock full of stuff about their current production, Dr. Radio.

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