Monday, December 17, 2012

Mondays are Dark

It's the week before Christmas, and all the actors are stirring - it's been a very busy season so far.

Today's dark theater is the Olympia Theater in downtown Miami.  Also known as The Gusman Center, this is a real movie palace from the 1920's, with all its glory intact.  Critical Miami took a tour through this landmark, and posted lots of pictures.

Now here's your Monday reading list:

Road Show for the Holidays
Sister Act is opens at the Broward Center this week, and The Miami Herald and miamiartzine both tell us about the show that started as a movie.

Actual Holiday Show
The Examiner reports that The Alliance Theatre Lab has teamed up with the Main Street Players to produce Carol's Christmas Carol.
Carol Ginsberg has taken over this year's winter celebration at the Wilson Community Center. With help from her family and friends Carol is putting up her first show on her own. Will the show go off without a hitch or will her need to control every aspect make her lose her friends along the way?
Getting It Together
Stage Directions takes a look at the process of putting together a new theatre piece.

Not Just for Summers
City Theater offers three play readings, starting in January.  BroadwayWorld has the details.

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