Hope you're not tired of rain yet, because it looks to be another wet weekend. Which means it's a great time to see a show in a nice, dry theatre. Lots of good stuff this week.
As you ought to know by now, The South Florida Theatre League has built an entry for The Great Coconut Grove Bed Race. Your next chance to see it will be at the July 25th performance of 1,000 Years, playing at Florida Atlantic University.
Monday, Theatre League member theatres will be hosting free readings of plays by playwrights who are League members. This coming Monday, the League's CEO shows her stuff when Lost Girls Theatre reads her play The Secret of the Biological Clock at the Deering Estate in Miami.
Here's what's playing on the scene this weekend.
Good People opens at Gablestage, through August 18. If you've been following the news, you'll know that this is the company slated to become the next Coconut Grove Playhouse.
The Theatre at Arts Garage opens Beyond the Rainbow, through August 11. It's subtitled Garland at Carnegie Hall.
Area Stage might be opening something, but their overwrought Flash website won't load for us. That's a hint, Jon.
you still haven't missed...
Actors' Playhouse offers the musical Rated P for Parenthood at the Miracle Theater through August 11.
Palm Beach Dramaworks stages a concert version of Man of La Mancha
Jim Brocchu returns to South Florida with Character Man at the Stage Door Theatre through August 11.
Teatro Avante presents the 28th Annual International Hispanic Theatre Festival through July 28 at various locations.
community and conservatory...
Andrews Living Arts Studios presents Jekyll & Hyde through July 28.
The venerable Lake Worth Playhouse presents In The Heights through July 28.
The Delray Beach Playhouse offers School House Rock LIVE through Saturday.