We seem to have been lulled by the sultry summer heat. Or heat-stroked. Either way, we simply lost track of the days of the week.
If you're looking for something really fresh this weekend, student from New World School Of the Arts are offering The New Play Project:Year Four under the auspices of The Company Company. Proceeds to benefit the Multiple Schlerosis Society. Need to know more? Read This.
Here's what's happening on The Scene this week:
Island City Stage makes its debut on the theatre scene with The Twentieth Century Way at Empire Stage. Through September 9.
Ground Up and Rising Theatre Company returns this weekend with a 'bare-bones' version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. It's the first in their Zero Point Project, and you can read all about on Florida Theater On Stage.
you still haven't missed...
The Donkey Show is going full tilt at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
Teatro en Miami Studio presents Smile, through August 19.
Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill plays at Broward Stage Door through August 26.
Actors' Workshop and Repertory Company opens You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, through August 26.
Tamarac Theatre of Performing Arts runs Lenny through August 26.
Main Street Players presents Closer, through August 12.
The Best Man winds up its run at the Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts.
Divorce Party; The Musical returns to The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, through August 19.
last chance to see...
The Naked Stage critically acclaimed production of The Turn of the Screw winds up its run at Barry University's Pelican Theatre this Sunday, August 12, 2012.
Mad Cat Theatre's original production of The Hamlet Dog & Pony Show finishes its world premiere run at the Miami Light Project at the Goldman Warehouse this Sunday August 12, 2012.
Actors' Playhouse closes its world premiere production of Real Men Sing Show Tunes and play with puppets this Sunday, August 12, 2012.