Monday, August 12, 2013

Monday Is Not So Dark

Mondays are actually not dark this summer; Unified Auditions for its member companies today. Best of luck to everyone participating!

South Florida Theatre League member companies are hosting free readings of plays by playwrights who are also League members.  Tonight Sol Children's Theater will be staging a reading of A Part of the Family by Marla Schwartz
As you must know by now if you read The Scene, The South Florida Theatre League has built an entry for The Great Coconut Grove Bed Race; you'll have a chance to see it the opening of Blow Me this Thursday, Aug 15, 2013
at Mad Cat Theatre's first production at Miami Theater Center.

Anyway, here's your Monday reading list:

A Big Apple Opening
Playbill tells us that Avi Hoffman opened his Still Jewish After All These Years in New York City last week.

The Tables Turn
Patti Gardner decides it's time that Bill Hirschman gets the spotlight at Florida Theater On Stage.  She enlists some South Florida veterans of the stage in an ersatz interview.

We Always Wondered
Butts In Seats answers the question to which we're all dying to know the answer: when is it OK to punish your long-term patrons?

 It's About Time
ABC Nightly News reports that a Roxbury, Massachusetts princinpal has replaced security guards with arts teachers - with gratifying results.

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