Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Scene for September 20, 2013

 A lot of great shows are opening this week, but we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that the biggest opening this week is the debut production of The Wick Theatre, which re-opens the former home of the Caldwell Theatre Company to theatre patrons.

They have chosen to open with The Sound Of Music.  A few familiar faces will be found, along with some new blood.  It bodes well for the future, if only Marilyn can find an artistic director to keep the company on track.

But we also must point out that this is the only weekend you'll be able to catch Outré Theatre Company's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.  It's been a while since there was such a choice of theatre in Boca Raton.

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


The Wick Theatre makes its entrance onto the theatre scene with The Sound Of Music. Through October 20.

You Made Me Love You opens at The Plaza Theatre, through September 29.

Andrews Living Arts Studio offers An Evening of One-Acts through September 29.

The Twilight of the Golds opens at the Broward Stage Door Theatre through October 27.

GableStage opens Sons of the Prophet at the Biltmore Hotel.  Through October 20.

coming and going...  

Outré Theatre Company offers a concert version of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at Mizner Park's Black Box Studio this Friday through Sunday only.

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.

last chance to see...  

Empire Stage winds up its limited run of  The Silence of the Clams this Sunday, September 22.


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

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