Thursday, June 5, 2014

The Scene for June 6, 2014

It’s sum-sum-summertime in South Florida.  And that means that it’s time for the Theatre League’s Summer Theatre Fest Reading Series!

Every Monday from June until August, member companies will be hosting readings of plays by South Florida Playwrights. There will be at least eighteen evenings of readings across four counties on the thirteen Mondays of Summer Theatre Fest. Playwrights range from established local favorites, including Carbonell winners and nominees, to emerging talents, with plays vastly ranging in subject matter and style. For more details, including a synopsis of each reading, please visit

Meanwhile, the first session of Summer Theatre Camp starts at various theatres all across South Florida.  You may be too late to get your future star into a program on Monday, but session two starts in about four weeks.

Here's all of the many shows playing on the scene this weekend:


The Alliance Theatre Lab offers a pair of classic one-acts from James McClure; Laundry & Bourbon, and Lone Star.

you still haven't missed... 

Broward Stage Door Theater offers Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh through July 6, 2014. 

Island City Stage presents The Pride at Empire Stage through June 22.

The Plaza Theatre opens Cougar the Musical, through June 29.

The New Theatre presents Gidion’s Knot at  the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center through June 15.
GableStage presents Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, through June 15.

last chance to see...

The Naked Stage production of Miss Julie plays at Barry University’s Pelican Theatre, through June 8.
[title of show] winds it up at Area Stage Company, through June 8.
The Delray Beach Playhouse presents Doubt through June 8.
Zoetic Stage's production of The Great God Pan at Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, through June 8.
Outré Theatre Company offers Thrill Me through June 8 at the Mizner Park Studio Theatre in Boca Raton.

Scott and Hem winds it up this Sunday at Actors’ Playhouse through June 8.

It’s the closing weekend of Tryst at Palm Beach Dramaworks.

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