Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Scene for June 3, 2011

Well, our three-day Memorial Day weekend started on Memorial Day, so we're a little behind here at The Scene.  There are reviews out, and we'll be getting them linked later this afternoon.  But in the meantime, you can check out the links in the sidebar, and of course, the listings are below.

So here's what's happening this week on The Scene-


opening...

Sam Shepard's Ages of the Moon opens at Mosaic Theatre, and will run through June 26.


you still haven't missed...

The New Theatre presents Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire through June 3, 2011.

GableStage opens Sarah Ruhl's IN THE NEXT ROOM or The Vibrator Play, through June 12.

Rising Action Theatre production of Two Boys in a Bed on A Cold Winter's Night runs through June 12, 2011.

Palm Beach DramaWorks' production of The Beauty Queen of Leenane plays through June 19.

The Music Man plays at the Stage Door Theatre through June 19.

Infinite Abyss Productions production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch closes June 4th has been extended, with additional shows on June 10 and June 11..



passing through...

HAIR comes to the Arsht Center, through this Sunday, June 5.  But don't sweat it - it moves to the Broward Center on Tuesday, where it will play through June 19.

It's not quite a musical, but there's acting and costumes, so we'll add RAIN, A Tribute to the Beatles, to our list of shows.  It plays this weekend at The Kravis Center.  If the show reminds you of something called BeatleMania, well, the same core group put both shows together. 


last chance to see...

The Cha-Cha of a Camel Spider ends its premiere run at Florida Stage on June 5.

The Promethean Theatre Company production of Three Days of Rain ends its run at Nova Southeast University's Black Box Theatre this Sunday, June 5, 2011.

The 39 Steps closes at Actors' Playhouse on Sunday, June 5.

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