Thursday, May 31, 2012

The Scene for June 1, 2012

The official theatre season is coming to an end as hurricane season begins; while the meteorologists have been predicting a relatively quite storm season, the Summer Theatre Season is expected to be very active this year - albeit a relatively bloodless one now that Promethean has closed.  No dancing zombies this year.  Which, given the reality of face-eating junkies in Miami, is probably just as well.

Here's what's playing on The Scene this weekend:


City Theatre opens its latest iteration of its Summer Shorts Festival at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.  You'll have to drive to Miami by June 17th to see it, because it's not coming to Broward County this year.

Alliance Theatre Lab is opening Mark Della Ventura's Small Membership at the Main Street Playhouse, through June 24.

The Broward Stage Door
opens The Immigrant, based on the true story of the playwright's grandparents coming to America.

Conquest of the North Pole opens at the Playground Theatre's Sandbox.

you still haven't missed...

David Auburn's Proof plays at Palm Beach Dramaworks through June 17, 2012.

last chance to see...

Becky's New Car winds up its run at Actors' Playhouse this Sunday, June 3, 2012.

Time Stands Still  at GableStage also concludes its run on June 3, 2012.

passing through...

The Lion King sits down at the Arsht Center through June 10, 2012.


The Prisoner of 2nd Avenue plays at the Tamarac Theatre Of Performing Arts through June 3, 2012.

for kids...

Actors' Workshop and Repertory Company presents a brief run of columbinus; it closes June 3.

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