Monday, May 16, 2011

Mondays are Dark

Things are starting to slow down for the season, but there's still a pretty good reading list for Monday.

Got Sphinx?
ME Productions is holding an auction tomorrow, to clear out tons of props and sets it's accumulated for their event business, according to The Palm Beach Post.

The Miami Theatre Examiner reports that the Arsht Center is putting together a flash mob.

Backstage at DramaWorks
The Palm Beach Daily News talks with the cast of The Beauty Queen of Leenane, now playing at Palm Beach DramaWorks.

The Palm Beach Daily News also talked with playright Carter Lewis and director Louis Tyrell about The Cha-Cha of a Camel Spider, now playing at Florida Stage.

They went TO N.Y
The Herald notes that some of the actors up for Tony Awards this year have South Florida roots.

Off With Its Head
TheatreMania reports that Wonderland, starring Janet Dacal, closed on May 15, after 31 previews and 33 performances.  Broadway World has video of a post-performance talkback with Dacal and co-star Darren Ritchie.

In Miami, there are definite plans to change management at the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing arts, according to Miami Today News, but it's not in the clear, yet.

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