Friday, October 19, 2012

The Scene for October 19, 2012

Another week closer to Halloween, and you know what that means; Christmas decorations will be on sale, soon.  We've seen a few already. 

It may be all over for the Caldwell Theatre Company, but you might not notice for the plethora of shows playing across South Florida right now.  Lots of shows for the whole family this weekend, we hope you take advantage.

A couple of reminders; if you're going to the Plaza Theatre, the bridge in Lantana is out, you have to cross down in Boynton Beach and head up A1A, or cross up in Lake Worth and drive down A1A.  And if you're going to Sesame Street Live, it's at the Parker Playhouse, NOT the Broward Center.

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


The Plaza Theatre opens Driving Miss Daisy, which will play through November 18.  And if you happen to go, and you see Ken Clement on stage, and you think to yourself "Gee, didn't he just close an extremely wordy show just last week?" the answer is yes, yes he did.

Stage Door Theatre opens Neil Simon's Rumors in its large hall in Coral Springs, playing through November 11

you still haven't missed...

Actors' Playhouse presents Godspell at The Miracle Theater through November 4, 2012.

New Theatre presents Educating Rita at the Roxy Performing Arts Center through October 28, 2012.

Talley's Folly plays at Palm Beach Dramaworks through November 11, 2012.

Stage Door Theatre production of The Immigrant  plays at the Byron Carlisle Theatre in Miami Beach through October 28.

A Shayna Maidel continues its twice-extended run at the Broward Stage Door Theatre  through October 28..

last chance to see...

Zoetic Stage's critically acclaimed production of I Am My Own Wife winds up its run at the Arsht Center this Sunday, October 21, 2012.

conservatory & community...

Miami Acting Company presents Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, through October 21.

Lake Worth Playhouse presents The King and I through October 21.

Delray Beach Playhouse presents A Talent For Murder through October 21.

How I Learned to Drive plays at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus through October 21.

plays at Miami-Dade College's North Campus October 12-20.

Barry University
stages Waiting for Godot through October 28.

University of Miami offers Boeing Boeing at its Jerry Herman Ring Theatre through October 27.  Funny that the Catholic college has a Saturday show, and UM doesn't.  Hm.

Tamarac Theatre of Performing Arts presents The Pajama Game, through November 4.

for kids...

Math Rocks the Amaturo Theater of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Thursday (today). Don't let the scaffolding fool you. 

Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music comes to the Parker Playhouse through Sunday.  Note that this at the Parker Playhouse and not the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, which is finishing up its renovations for next week's opening of Miami City Ballet.

Martha Speaks
plays at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, this weekend only.

Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre puts on Little Shop of Horrors through October 28.

The Little Mermaid plays at Showtime Performing Arts Theatre starting this Saturday, through November 17.

Peter Rabbit plays at Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater, through November 16, 2012.

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