Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Scene for September 13, 2013

We're halfway through hurricane season, and halfway through the limbo that separates the summer theatre season from the regular theatre season.  We've got more shows this week than last week, and we have a slew of shows opening next week

A sneak peak at next week's offerings: Outre Theater will perform a concert version of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Wick Theater makes its debut with The Sound Of Music, and GableStage opens Sons of the Prophet, by Stephen Karam.

Here's what's playing on the scene this weekend.


Empire Stage opens The Silence of the Clams this weekend, for a brief run through September 22.

you still haven't missed...   
Ground Up and Rising re-emerges to bring us Gruesome Playground Injuries this Sunday at Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, before it moves to Artistic Vibes through September 28.

Kutumba Theatre Project's production of The Beebo Brinker Chronicles plays at the Galleria Studio Theater through October 6.

The Broward Stage Door Theatre finally got Moon Over Buffalo up on their website. In fact, it looks like they've totally re-vamped their website.  It's much better than it was.  When you get to the splash page, follow the link to "Browad."  Through October 6.


The Pelican Playhouse presents Greater Tuna through September 15.

Sol Children's Theatre Troupe presents Sleeping Beauty through September 25

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