Thursday, August 16, 2012

TheScene for August 17, 2012

School is starting throughout South Florida in the next week or so: which means that soon we'll start seeing children's theater on the scene again.  In the meantime, school buses will start lumbering through your daily commute, and the kiddies will start darting in out of the parked cars;

While it won't stop, theatre production does start to dwindle; help them out, and make sure you see what's playing.  You'll be glad you did, and so will we.

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


The Plaza Theatre presents Irving Berlin Salutes America, through September 9.  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.

you still haven't missed...

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

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.

last chance to see...

The Donkey Show winds up its extened run at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts on August 18!

Teatro en Miami Studio presents Smile, through August 19.

Divorce Party; The Musical returns to The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, through August 19.

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