Thursday, September 5, 2013

The Scene for September 6, 2013

It's finally September.  Wasn't it just June?  This summer went FLYING past.  We still have a few weeks to go in hurricane season, and the summer theater season is past.  But theater doesn't really have a season, does it?

And truthfully, we have 52 weeks of plays here in South Florida.  Hard to believe, but it's true.  Sure, this week we're down to a handful of plays, and you haven't heard of most of them.  But frankly, it's a fascinating offering. Kutumba and Ground Up and Rising have always done excellent and provocative work.

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


Kutumba Theatre Project opens its production of The Beebo Brinker Chronicles at the Galleria Studio Theater this weekend, through October 6.

Ground Up and Rising re-emerges to bring us Gruesome Playground Injuries at the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens this Sunday and next.  It then moves to Artistic Vibes the last two weekends in September.

you still haven't missed...   
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.

Though we were kidding, didn't you?

coming and going...  

The Cuban Museum presents Yesenia Selier in Orishas, this Saturday and Sunday only.

Pelican Playhouse presents Greater Tuna, through September 15.

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