Tuesday, September 28, 2010

South Florida Theatre Festival

http://www.southfloridatheatre.com/images/theatre_festival.gifThe annual celebration of live theatre is back - it's time for The South Florida Theatre Festival, produced by The Theatre League of South Florida, a.k.a. SouthFloridaTheatre.com (no relation to the Theatre Scene). 

Last year, the festival worked in the Theatre Communication Guild's Free Night of Theatre program - and did so again this year - but all the free tickets are gone already.  But this isn't Broadway, and you'll find that even full-price tickets in South Florida are a great bargain.  As always, you can get same-day discount tickets through Cultural Connection, and it never hurts to ask at the theatre's box office.

Still, lots of stuff going on.  The Festival kicks off with The 24 Hour Theatre Project, and ends with Festival Closing Party, on Monday, October 24.  This year the party is at Fort Lauderdale's The Green Room, and it will encompass the presentation of the Silver Palm and Remy Awards.

In between are play readings, story-tellings, lectures and workshops.

This year, the Theatre Scene is committed to being at the 24 Theatre Project, and of course, the closing party.  And in between?  Well, we'll be participating in the reading of "only 18" at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on October 12, and who knows where else you'll find us?

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