Monday, February 28, 2011

Mondays are Dark

You can tell that the season is in full swing - here's a well-populated reading list -

No Big Deal
Broadway World reports that Mosaic Theater is presenting the perfect companion piece to The Irish Curse; a staged reading of Mark Della Ventura's Small MembershipCurse has been playing to sold-out houses, even with additional performances; if you haven't seen it yet, buy your tickets now.  As for Small Membership - it's free, this Tuesday.

Mad Cat on The Beach
The Gables Home Page talks with Paul Tei about The Preservation Society, the play he wrote for Mad Cat Theatre Company to present at this year's South Beach Comedy Festival.  The show goes up on March 4 at the Jackie Gleason Theatre (which they are now calling the Fillmore).

Over the Top at Broward Center
TheaterMania reports that the Broward Center will be presenting Cirque Dreams Broadway, the latest creation of Neil Goldberg.  The celebration will feature Broadway Stars Linda Eder and Marc Kudisch, as well as the Cirque Dreams artists, a marching band, and a dozen young South Florida performers.  Kudisch is from South Florida, and an alumni of the FAU theatre program.  Oh, and Playbill reports on Linda Eder's new album.

Asolo Comes to Town
The Drama Queen reports that Sarasota's Asolo Repertory Company, one of Florida's oldest regional theaters, is bringing its production of Lynn Nottage's Las Meninas to the new South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in Cutler Bay.

A Visit with Tony
South Florida Gay News interviews playwright and enthusiastic theatre supporter Tony Finstrom.

McKeever Gets Published
One of South Florida's most prolific playwrights has gotten two of his scripts published, according to The Miracle Theatre Examiner.

Broadway in Miami
The national tour of Jersey Boys stops in at the Arsht Center, March 2 - 20, and BroadwayWorld has the cast list.

Zero Family
Living in the Bonus Round gives us a peek behind the scenes of Zero Hour, which just wound up a limited  - and critically acclaimed - run at the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center.

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