Saturday, March 31, 2012

Must Be Spring

In case the glorious weather and the flocks of college students haven't alerted you to the change in season, theaters have started announcing their next season's line-up of plays.  We're linking to the stories here, and we'll be adding to the list as more theatres announce their seasons.

In no particular order:

The Miami Herald carries GableStage's season announcement: highlights include an adaptation of Hamlet by Tarell Alvin McRaney and Bijan Shebani, and Stephen Kram's Sons of the Prophet.  Of course, these plays appear nowhere on the GableStage website.

The Sun-Sentinel and  The Miami Herald and Florida Theater On Stage cover the new season of Broadway plays at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Season Highlight: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

Florida Theater On Stage has the line-up for Palm Beach DramaWorks.  Season Highlight: we're not sure.  Everything they do is just so damned good.  We were Dancing at Lughnasa'd out when the play exploded all over the scene back in the 90s, and everything Albee has done since Virginia Woolf is over-hyped, so we'll pick A Raisin in the Sun, simply because no one ever does it.

The Drama Queen has the 25th Anniversary Season for Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater.  Season Highlight: Lin Manuel-Miranda's Tony Award-winning Broadway smash In the Heights.

BroadwayWorld has the new season of Broadway plays at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts: Season Highlight: WARHORSE.

Palm Beach ArtsPaper covers the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's 10th Anniversary Season.  Season Highlight: it's a strong season, but we're going with Singin' In the Rain.
Florida Theater On Stage has the line-up for The Kravis Center.  Season Highlight: Catch Me If You Can - but only because the Arsht already announced Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

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