Thursday, August 23, 2012

The Scene for August 24, 2012

It looks like we've got a patch of rough weather coming; you should already have your hurricane supplies, so it should just be a matter of putting up the shutters and topping off your gas tank.  So you should have the time to see a play this weekend, before Hurricane Isaac blows us all away.

Kidding!  With all the hot air gathered in Tampa for the Republican National Convention, there's no way a mere hurricane could get within spittin' distance.  But seriously, the track is trending south and west and away from us.  So plan on going out.

Here's what's happening on The Scene this week:


A Shayna Maidel opens at the Broward Stage Door Theatre this weekend.  Through September 16, 2012.

The Kinsey Sicks: Erectile Dysfunction blows through the Broward Center for the Performing Arts this weekend, one night only August 25. And don't let the scaffolding and cranes scare you away; they're getting a new roof, but the show is there. We promise.

you still haven't missed...

Island City Stage presents The Twentieth Century Way, its inaugural production, at Empire Stage through September 9, 2012.

Irving Berlin Salutes America plays at The Plaza Theatre through September 9, 2012. Remember that the bridge in Lantana is under construction, so you'll
have to cross in Boynton Beach or Lake Worth.  But the drive along A1A
should be make up for the detour.

The Donkey Show has apparently been extended again at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts through September 2.  Which we only discovered by visiting their website.

last chance to see...

Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill winds up its run at Broward Stage Door on August 26.

Actors' Workshop and Repertory Company winds up You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown on August 26.

Tamarac Theatre of Performing Arts runs Lenny through August 26.

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