Monday, December 27, 2010

Mondays Are Dark

Here's your final reading list for 2010; we'll be posting a year-in-review article later this week.

Rock into the New Year
Rock Of Ages opens at the Broward Center this week. The Palm Beach Post talks with Constantine Maroulis, an American Idol finalist performing in the show, The South Florida Theater Review interviews MiG Aysea about playing a rock star, while The Miami Herald gives us an overview of the whole show.

Coming 'Round
Miami Artzine interviews Sharon Gless, who stars in A Round Heeled Woman, opening this week at GableStageThe Miami Theater Examiner tells us there's a New Year's Eve special; you can toast the new year with actress Sharon Gless in the Biltmore Hotel's Prado Room after the show. But to really get insight; read her husband's blog.
I am hitting the word processor keys for this blog on Christmas night… just an hour or so before a quiet holiday dinner with my spouse, the ubiquitous Sharon Gless… As I do so she is having her assistant, Deb Mosk, drill dialogue into her head for A Round-Heeled Woman...
New Year's Party
The Shiny Sheet reports that Missy McArdle and her husband, Glen Rovinelli, will ring in the New Year in style at the Lake Worth Playhouse.  If you've missed McArdle's numerous star turns on the local theatre scene, you've missed some of the region's finest performances.

First Come. First See.
The South Florida Theater Review reports that Florida Stage has announced dates for its 1st Stage New Works Festival.  February  3-6, you'll have the opportunity to see staged readings of plays still in development.

Tardy Demerits for The Shiny Sheet
In what has to be a phenomenally late advance story, the Palm Beach Daily News has posted its advance story about Goldie, Max & Milk at Florida Stage - after the play opened, at a time you'd expect to see a review.  Adding insult to injury, they did the same thing with Freud's Last Session.  Jan, do try to keep up.  The advance stories come in advance of the opening;  that's why they are called advance stories.  We're at the review stage of coverage.  So get reviewing - we're not getting any younger.

No comments:

Post a Comment