We hope you had a great Thanksgiving; some of us were battling a fierce headcold, which not only deprived us of turkey, but also of the energy to keep up with the blog. But we’re down to just a little bit of sniffling, so it’s back to work!
The South Florida Theatre League has announced the Remy Award recipients; they will be presented at the League’s Holiday Party on December 2nd at Stache; the party is free for League members, and $25 for non-members. Come in and hob knob with the Remy winners, as well as the Silver Palm honorees – the Silver Palm Awards shares the League party. The location? Right down the street from the Broward Center, at the former home of the Green Room, behind Club Revolution. It’s the League’s 20th anniversary, so it’ll be a blowout.
Here's what's playing on the scene this weekend.
Showtime Performing Arts Theatre opens Nunsense, through December 15.
you still haven't missed...
GableStage presents My Name is Asher Lev at its intimate space in the Biltmore Hotel, through December 22.
The Miami Theater Center brings back its production of The Red Thread.
The Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre bring back My Son, The Waiter – A Jewish Tragedy to the Byron Carlyle Theatre, through December 15.
New Theatre's production of My First, My Fist, My Bleeding Seeded Spirit plays at Artistic Vibes, through December 8; at least, as of this posting, they haven't announced plans to move the production back to the Roxy.
Broward Stage Door presents The Last Night of Ballyhoo, through December 31.
The Wick Theatre offers Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, through December 25th. Note that they tend towards a 7:30 curtain!
Laffing Matterz is back for another season of dinner, music, and outrageous original comedy at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Thursdays through Saturdays, with some Sunday matinees.
The National Tour of The Book of Mormon plays at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. While the run is nearly sold out, some tickets can still be had. Better yet, they’ll be holding a ticket lottery before every show, where a few remaining unsold tickets can be had for $25 a pop.
The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts may not be honoring its legal obligations with the stagehands’ union, but they’re still finding the funds to bring in The Radio City Christmas Spectacular with the famed Rockettes through December 8th.
last chance to see...
Island City Stage finally winds up its extended run of The Timekeepers at Empire Stage this Saturday, November 30!
Lake Worth Playhouse presents The Game’s Afoot through December 8.
Delray Beach Playhouse presents Driving Miss Daisy through December 13.
Area Stage has the kids doing Monty Python’s Spamalot through December 15.
Showtime Performing Arts Theatre presents Story of the Nutcracker through January 5.
Madeline’s Christmas returns to the Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theater through December 22.
Seussical the Musical is playing at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts: by kids, for kids.
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