Thursday, August 8, 2013

The Scene for August 9, 2013

Tick Tock, we're burning the summer up - the stores are full of Back to School specials.  I've been out of school for decades, and these sales still make me itch.
The South Florida Theater League's entry in The Great Grove Bed Race will found at The Arts Garage. No, it's not getting a tune up, it's there for the performance of Beyond the Rainbow: Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall.

Speaking of the South Florida Theater League, they're holding Unified Auditions for its member companies this coming Monday, August 12.  Contact the league for details.

Monday, Theatre League member theatres are hosting free readings of plays by playwrights who are League members.  This coming Monday, Sol Children's Theatre hosts a reading of A Part of the Family, by Marla Schwartz.
Here's what's playing on the scene this weekend.

Palm Beach Dramaworks opens its concert version of Company; expect this to sell out quick - their La Mancha did, even after they added a week.

you still haven't missed...   
Slava's Snowshow is cooling things down in a hot way at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts through August 25.
Good People plays at Gablestage, through August 18.  
The Theatre at Arts Garage offers Beyond the Rainbow through August 11. And for once, it's not a drag show.

last chance to see...
Actors' Playhouse production of the musical Rated P for Parenthood winds up its run at the Miracle Theater this Sunday, August 11.

Jim Brochu winds up his tour de force show Character Man at the Stage Door Theatre on Sunday, August 11.


community and conservatory... 
FIU's Alternative Theatre Festival continues with Glenngary Glen Ross Alumni Renunion, Friday and Saturday.

Storycrafter Studio offers its original production of Flesh and Blooders through August 11, 2013.
Main Street Players presents David Lindsay-Abaire's Rabbit Hole through August 11, 2013.

for kids...
Sol Children's Theatre Troupe offers Sleeping Beauty through August 25.

Slava's Snowshow plays at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts through August 25.

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