It's been a busy week for south Florida theatre; the Carbonell Awards have announced the nominations for 2013, there's going to be a playhouse in Coconut Grove in our future, oh, and BroadwayWorld announced their award winners for the year.
And that's in addition to all the theaters who are in process of opening plays this week.
On a more somber note, Barry Steinman, a longtime fixture in the South Florida theatre scene, passed away last month. He worked at and supported every major theater organization in South Florida, and was a founding member and first president of The South Florida Theatre League. The Miami Herald reports that a memorial service is being held Saturday at GableStage.
A Chorus Line opens at The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, through February 2.
Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theater offers End of the Rainbow, through February 9.
The Kutumba Theatre Project opens Julie Johnson at The Galleria Studio Theatre, through February 9.
The Plaza Theatre brings in Renee Taylor to perform My Life On A Diet, through February 9. Directed by Joseph Bologna. Yes, really.
Outré Theatre Company opens The Journey this weekend at the Black Box Studio at Mizner Park.
Broward Stage Door opens Crimes of the Heart, through February 23.
you still haven't missed...
GableStage presents Anthony and Cleopatra at the Colony Theater in Miami Beach. This is their co-production with London's Royal Shakespeare Company and New York's Public Theatre.
The Wick Theatre presents 42nd Street through February 9, 2014.
Island City Stage presents Secrets of the Trade at Empire Stage, through February 9.
The Theatre at Arts Garage presents The Hummingbird Wars, through February 2.
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.
coming and going...
Godspell plays The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center this Saturday and Sunday only.
Rock of Ages blares through The Kravis Center on Saturday. Don't blink or you'll miss it.
A son remembers a father as Sandy Hackett performs My Buddy this weekend at the Kravis Center.
Flip Side - the Patti Page Story plays this weekend only at The Crest Theatre.
last chance to see...
The venerable Lake Worth Playhouse presents Ain't Misbehavin' through February 2.
last chance to see...
Broward Stage Door Theatre's production of the musical 9 to 5 hitts qutting time this Sunday, January 19.
The National Tour of The Wizard of Oz winds up its stop at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts through January 19th.you let it.