Thursday, October 6, 2011

The Scene for October 7, 2011

Yes, it's South Florida Theatre Festival time.  The 24 Hour Theatre Project was its usually success, lucky patrons are enjoying their free nights of theatre (sorry, those tickets are long gone!), and the next official event is 360 Storytelling on Monday, October 17.  But Zoetic has a playreading this Monday, October 10.

So here's what's happening on The Scene this weekend;

you still haven't missed...

Karen Stephens reprises her tour-de-force performance of Bridge & Tunnel, this time at Bob Carter's Actors' Workshop and Repertory Company. But there's a little more time to see it this go-round; it's playing through October 22.

TEMfest 2011, Miami's spanish-language theatre festival, runs through October 23 at various venues around Miami.

coming and going...

Zoetic Stage will be presenting a reading of  Mack Edward's Mirror at the Top of the Stairs at the Caldwell Theatre on October 10. 

New World School of the Arts presents Spring Awakening at the Colony Theater, this weekend only.

Thr3e Sista's inaugral production, The Um-Hmm Chronicles, plays at the South Miami Dade Cultural Center this weekend only.

passing through...

It played on Broadway, but it's not really a Broadway show; Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles plays at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts through October 16.  A must-see for Beatles fans.

The Miskreant Puppets present Stuffed and Unstrung at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, this Sunday, October 9.

last chance to see...

Mosaic Theatre's production of Side Effects closes October 9, 2011.

Rising Action Theatre's production of As Bees In Honey Drown finishes October 9.

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum ends its run at the Stage Door Theatre, through October 9.

for kids...

Actors' Playhouse presents Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on Saturdays through November 19.

Knuffle Bunny plays Saturday, October 8 at 10am at The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.

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