Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Scene for July 2, 2010.

Wow.  It's July already.  Since it's a holiday weekend, nothing's opening, and no tours are stopping by.  But there's still some great stuff playing.  And next week a smattering of openings will give a big boost to the summer doldrums.

Have a great Lead Rain Day Fourth of July holiday!

still playing:

A Midsummer Night's Dream opens at Florida Atlantic University, through July 25th.  Their summer series always brings in professional actors to work with graduate students from the theatre department.

Speech and Debate plays  at Gablestage through July 18.  The critics - and audiences - are raving about this one.

Stage Door Theatre's production of The Drowsy Chaperone plays through July 25; I've been hearing lots of great things about this one.

last chance to see...

City Theatre's production of  Summer Shorts, a play festival with two series: Signature Shorts, consisting of kind of short plays that put City Theatre on the map, and Under Shorts,  moves to Nova Southeastern's University School for its final weekend.  It runs through Saturday.  Last chance to catch it!

for kids...

City Theatre is offering a new musical by Lisa Loeb and Marco Ramirez, Camp Kappawanna, plays at Nova Southeastern's University School through Saturday.  An article about the show, including a video clip, is up at the Miami Herald.

Actors' Playhouse presents Pippi Longstocking, through August 7, 2010.

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