Friday, February 28, 2014

The Scene for February 28, 2014

February is ending, and March begins this weekend.  Hard to believe that we’re only one month from the Carbonell Awards!
The hot tickets this weekend: Capital Steps at the Broward Center; their 50 Shades of Fiscal Gray is almost sold out.  And if you can get in to see Frida: Unmasked, we predict you’re in for a treat.  Deborah Sherman is a passionate actor on her quietest day, and we happen to know that Frida Kahlo has been a passion of hers.  Expect a tour-de-force performance.
Several exciting shows opening this week; Barbara Bradshaw is playing Molly Ivins at Women’s Theatre Project, while Patti Gardner and Jacqueline Laggy are appearing in The Anarchist in the brand-spanking Primal Forces, a spin-off from the Boca Raton Theatre Guild.
Here's what's playing on the scene this weekend:


The Women’s Theatre Project offers Red Hot Patriot: the Kick Ass Wit of Molly Ivins at the Willow Theatre through March 16.

Fighting Over Beverly opens at The Theatre at Arts Garage, through March 23rd.

Storycrafter Studio offers A Kiss For Cupid through March 23rd.
The Boca Raton Theatre Guild’s Primal Forces is opening its freshman project; David Mamet’s The Anarchist.  It’s playing at the Andrews Living Arts Theatre through March 23.
Evening Star Productions offers Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde through March 16.

you still haven't missed...

Thinking Cap Theatre  presents Pool (No Water) at the Muse Center for the Arts through March 8, 2014
If you find yourself at the southern end of South Florida, the Key West Fringe Theatre offers A Delicate Balance through March 8.
Weisenthal plays at the Broward Stage Door Theater, through March 16.
The Plaza Theatre opens Rags, through March 16th.

The Wick Theatre offers The Full Monty through March 23rd, 2014
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...
Friday night is your only chance to catch Big & Tall with Bruce Vilanche and Judy Gold at The Parker Playhouse.  You’ll have a gay old time.  Really.
Former Promethean Theatre Company artistic director Deborah Sherman performs in her own biographical play Frida: Unmasked, a commissioned piece about artist Frida Kahlo on Saturday, March 1st at the Miami Light Box.
Capitol Steps performs 50 Shades of Fiscal Gray in the intimate Amaturo Theater of the of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts through Sunday only.  Tickets are selling fast for this comedic romp.

Memphis rocks the Au-Rene Theater of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts through March 9.

last chance to see...

If you somehow managed to miss My Son The Waiter all those weekends it was playing at the Stage Door Theatre last year, you still have this weekend.   Miami Stage Door Theatre brings Brad Zimmerman and his one-man-show back to the Byron Carlisle Theater through March 2.
Harold Pinter’s Old Times is challenging audiences at Palm Beach Dramaworks through March 2.
New Theatre presents David Caudle’s Visiting Hours at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center  through March 2, 2014
The Maltz Jupiter Theatre production of Other Desert Cities plays through March 2, 2014.

Lake Worth Playhouse offers One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest through March 16, 2014.
Main Street Playhouse  presents Next Fall, through March 2.
FIU Theatre offers Julius Caesar through March 9, 2014.

for kids...

Pocahontas plays at the Showtime Performing Arts Theatre through March 1.

Actors’ Playhouse Theatre For Young Audiences presents The Wizard of Oz through March 20, 2014.

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