Kind of a light week for theatre stories this week; everyone's in New York trying to get caught up for the Tony Awards. But there's still a few worthwhile stories for your Monday reading list.
Enormous, but Muted
Playground Theatre has revived its production of A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings. miamiartzine tells us about the overall production. The Miami Herald notes that they are offering a "sensory friendly"
performance next week, part of its inclusion program aimed at children
with autism disorders. The Herald also notes that Thinking Cap Theatre has a couple of projects opening soon.
Florida Theatre On Stage rounds up stories that include M Ensemble postponing an opening, that Thinking Cap projects, and notes that the 10th Annual CAPPIES will be held this May 15 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The program, named for its real name, Critics and Awards Program, fosters a greater understanding of theatre beyond simply performing.
The Palm Beach Post rounds up a number of productions playing on Palm Beach and Martin County stages.
Well, They're Neon Lights, Anyway.
The song says the neon lights are bright on Broadway, but the current offerings are not quite stellar. The Miami Herald reports that even though the current crop of shows on the Great White Way haven't garnered much critical praise, ticket sales are still strong.
Broadway World reminds us that this weekend is the 6th annual Miami Stories at New Theatre. Miami Marlins' president David Samson serves as Master of Ceremonies for a night of plays written by a number of prominent Miami business folk.
BroadwayWorld reminds us that Avenue Q is still running at Andrews Living Arts Studio.
Growth and the Arts
Mission Paradox has a three part series up.
To Be, Then Not To Be
Butts in Seats discusses the impermanence of art.