Monday, July 28, 2014

Mondays are Dark

theatre_festival_home…except in the summer; the South Florida Theatre League  brings you Summer Theatre Fest, a series of free play readings hosted at member theaters across South Florida. They occur every Monday night through the end of August.
Today it's another double header:  Pigs Do Fly Productions will present Marj O'Neill Butler's Desperation at Empire Stage at 7:30 pm, while Teatro Promoteo will be reading Hector Pino's Tres Marias at 8:00pm.
Here’s the rest of your Monday reading list.

This week in The Herald:

The Herald’s weekly South Florida Arts Scene column includes the winners of Mad Cat Theatre Company’s scholarhip program, their upcoming reading at Books & Books, and their production of Centralia. Also, congratulations to Caryl Ginsburg Fantel for her appointment to the board of the Broward Cultural Council.

Winged Pigs

Broadway World fills us in on the upcoming production of 50+: A Celebration of Life As We Know it by Pigs Do Fly Productions.  They sold out their run at Empire Stage back in May, so they are reviving it at Showtime Performing Arts Theatre starting August 14.

Talkin’ In the Green Room

Florida Theatre On Stage interviews director Michael Leeds.
When did you know this was what you wanted to do and why?
I was the messenger in a production of Cinderella

Speaking of Cinderella

Playbill reports that the cast of the National Tour of Cinderella will include Miami’s own Aymee Garcia as Charlotte.  Cogratulations, Aymee!

When Animals “Do It”

The Miami New Times reports that Isabella Rossellini will be performing her piece Green Pornos to the Fillmore Miami Beach this coming November.

Good News for the Arts

The Palm Beach Daily News reports that Americans are now donating to the arts at levels near what they were prior to the recessions.

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