Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Scene for June 30, 2012.

We're a bit late getting this week's SCENE posted; we're battling a summer cold.  Sorry for the delay.

A lot of plays are closing this weekend, and nothing's opening to replace them this week; everyone is waiting until after the Fourth of July holiday.  Of course, a few of them will be in rehearsals through the holiday.  In the meantime, you may have a number of shows to see if you've been putting it off.

Here's what's playing on The Scene this sweltering summer weekend...

you still haven't missed...

Cabaret Verboten plays at the Theatre at Arts Garage through July 30, 2012.

last chance to see...

Slow Burn Theatre ends its limited run of Xanadu on July 1, 2012.

Miami Stage Door Theatre production of Deathtrap at the Byron Carlyle Theater also close July 1.

The Edge of Our Bodies plays at Mosaic Theater through July 1, 2012.

Empire Stage presents Love Scenes through July 1.

The Immigrant plays at the Broward Stage Door Theatre through July 1, 2012.  They're also offering Backwards in High Heels, the musical biography of Ginger Rogers.


Florida Atlantic University's summer season kicks off with Showtune: A Jerry Herman Musical Revue, through July 21.  Love's Labor's Lost joins the lineup this weekend.

101 Dalmatians plays at the venerable Lake Worth Playhouse this weekend.

Florida International University offers The Maids this weekend.  This one has a tie-in to Edge of Our Bodies at Mosaic - that play is set on a school production of The Maids.  See one, then run to see the other - and share your findings with us.

coming and going...

The JQ Studio presents First Man/First Woman at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center this weekend.

for kids...

City Theater partnered with Orlando Repertory Theatre to produce The Brand New Kid.  Based on Katie Couric's children's book, it runs this weekend at the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre June 29-30.

Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater offers Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, through August 4.

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