Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Scene for September 21, 2012

Tomorrow is the official end of Summer; the Summer Theatre Season actually ended a few weeks ago.  But now that we're into fall, the 2012-2013 Theatre Season kicks in over the next few weeks.  You'll notice more shows opening now that we're coming into the official season.

A few days ago, we posted a notice that the Hollywood City Commission would be voting on whether or not to remove the deed restriction on the Hollywood Playhouse property this past Wednesday; the commission tabled the motion. So it looks like the Playhouse is going to stand empty for awhile longer, but at least it's still standing.

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


The Diary of a Madman
opens this weekend at Mosaic Theatre, where it plays through October 14.

Area Stage
presents Mientras te Olvido, a professional production in Spanish.  Through Sunday.

Stage Door Theatre brings their production of  Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill to the Byron Carlyle Theater in North Miami Beach, this weekend only.

you still haven't missed...

Ruined plays at GableStage through October 7, 2012.

A Shayna Maidel plays at the Broward Stage Door Theatre through September 16, 2012 has been extended through September 30.

conservatory & community...

Almost Maine opens tonight at Lake Worth Playhouse's Stonzek Theatre.  Through Tuesday.  The Playhouse is also offering Divas on Stage in their main hall on Saturday.

AAPACT presents its production of The Dutchman at the Wendell Narcisse Theater through September 30, 2012.

Andrews Living Arts Studio's production of  Steel Magnolias plays through September 30.

Lipservice presents Teen Lipservice, Volume 2 at Main Street Playhouse in Miami Lakes this Friday.

Columbinus returns to Actors' Workshop and Repertory Company, this weekend only.

last chance to see...

Alliance Theatre Lab production of Home Sweet Funeral Home winds up its run at the Pelican Theatre through September 23, 2012.

The UM Theatre Department presents Carrying Water in a Seive: Two Short Plays by Virgilio Piñera. Through September 22.

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