Friday, March 4, 2011

The Scene for March 4, 2011

Things are cooking now, at the height of the Theatre Season.  Lots of really good theatre happening out there this weekend.

A heads up that Mad Cat is the only theatre company participating in this weekend's South Beach Comedy Festival.  They'll be presenting The Preservation Society, a new play written, directed, and starring artistic director Paul Tei, some Mad Cat regulars, and Tei's parents.  Friday night only, 7pm and 9:30 pm.  You may know Paul Tei as Barry the Money Launderer, from USA's Burn Notice.  Which films here in Miami.  And there are VIP tickets.  Hint. Hint.*


Florida Stage presents the world premiere of Ghost-Writer, through April 3.

The Light in the Piazza
opens at The Stage Door Theatre, through April 10.

you still haven't missed...

Caldwell Theatre Company presents  Next Fall, through March 27, 2011.

The Boca Raton Theatre Guild offers Cabaret through March 13, 2011.

Eclipsed plays at The Women's Theatre Project through March 12, 2011.

Empire Stage apparently opened The Houseboy last weekend, and didn't tell anyone.  It's playing through march 12, 2011.

Jolson at the Winter Garden plays at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, through March 13.

Palm Beach DramaWorks is running Dinner with Friends through April 17. 

Grey Gardens makes its South Florida Premiere at the Rising Action Theatre, through April 3.

The Stage Door Theatre  production of Plaza Suite runs through March 20.

Laffing Matterz  serves up the laughs at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, through May 14, 2010

last chance to see...

The Promethean Theatre Company's world premiere production of A Bearded Lover  winds up its run at Nova Southeastern University's Black Box Theater through March 6, 2011.

The Irish Curse, with all its added performances, will close at The Mosaic Theatre on March 6. This one has been selling like crazy - for good reason.

passing through...

Mad Cat is the only theatre company participating in this weekend's South Beach Comedy Festival.  They'll be presenting The Preservation Society... wait, didn't we write this already? Well, you only have two chances to see it, both on Friday night.

Jersey Boys returns to South Florida, this time stopping in at the Arsht Center through March 20.

's Wonderful has a limited engagement at Old School Square in Delray Beach, this weekend only.

The Jesus Quintero Studio re-emerges to present Hour of the Wolf, described as "creating an experience for the audience, rather than putting on a show."  Through March 20.

for kids...

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day plays at Actors' Playhouse through March 12.

*we're making it up; we have no idea if any Burn Notice cast member other than Mr. Tei will be at the show.  We don't know what is included with the VIP ticket. We do know that tickets are a LOT cheaper at the Box Office than online - LiveNation is raping patrons with the outrageous fees.

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