Monday, November 21, 2011

Mondays are Dark

I'd Buy That for a Dollar
The Miami Herald reports that the Coconut Grove Playhouse's board wants the county to take the theatre off their hands.  And they're only charging a buck.

Back on the Boards
Nancy Barnett shares her insights after returning to theatre as an actor after a too-long hiatus, on 2AMTheatre.
Suddenly, gratefully, I was back in a rehearsal hall. And I found myself looking at the process of creating a production with new eyes, observing the strangeness of the language and actions of the profession. What actors do is really pretty odd.
BTW, I caught her performance in After the Revolution; and she has lost nothing in the interval. She effortlessly makes everything look like it's the first time she's doing it.

Star Makes Her Debut
Kathleen Turner, who has appeared at The Royal Poinciana and The Coconut Grove playhouses, makes her "Fort Lauderdale debut" at the Parker Playhouse.  Broadway World tells us about High, her latest theatrical venture.

Next Generation
The Miami Herald reports that GableStage is trying to create the next generation of theatre-goers.

Miami Make Ogre
BroadwayWorld reports that Shrek is coming to the Arsht Center.

Avery Sings
Avery Sommers brings her cabaret act to The Colony, and Palm Beach Artspaper is there.

Cubby's "Hot" Pick
Generally, when an editor chooses a production to plug, it's something amazing or groundbreaking, an artistic risk of some sort.  Unless you're James Cubby of Miami Artzine, who went with Neil Simon's A Prisoner of Second Avenue.

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