Saturday, July 12, 2014
The Scene for July 11, 2014
Monday will bring the latest entry in the Theatre League’s Summer Theatre Fest Reading Series!
This week, the South Florida Theatre League teams up with Naked Stage to produce The Dana Plays at Miami Theatre Center. It’s an event to raise funds for the American Cancer Society and for Dana Castelllano, the inspiration for the evening who is fighing cancer. You can read up on the event at The Miami Herald and Miami ArtZine.
Here's what’s playing on the scene this weekend:
Teatro Avante presents the XXIX International Hispanic Theatre Festival this weekend through July 27. Plays will be staged at the Arsht Center, Teatro Promoteo, the Adriana Barraza Acting Studio, and the Miami-Dade County Auditorium. You can read about it on the Miami Herald, which also has the list of productions posted.
The Arsht Center is opening H2OMBRE, its latest immersive summer theatre experience, through August 31.
Bernstein on Broadway opens at The Plaza Theatre through July 27.
you still haven't missed...
Ground Up and Rising returns to the theatre scene with 9 Circles, at Artistic Vibes through July 20.
Re-Designing Women plays at Empire Stage through August 3.
last chance to see...
The Theatre at Arts Garage production of Ring of Fire plays through July 13, 2014. Many dates are already sold out as of this posting.
Broward Stage Door Theater offers On the Radio: Sounds of the 70s through July 27, 2014.
community and conservatory...
Florida Atlantic University presents August: Osage County through July 26th. It’s playing in repertory with Bonnie and Clyde, The Musical which closes the following day, July 7th.
Lake Worth Playhouse opens Legally Blonde: The Musical through July 27th.
Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts opens Les Miserables, through August 3.
Florida International University continues its Alternative Theatre Festival with Catherine’s Wheel through July 12.
Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre offers Shrek: The Musical through July 20.
The Delray Beach Playhouse offers Disney’ Alice in Wonderland Jr. through July 19.
Rapunzel plays at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center this weekend, and The Broward Center next weekend.
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