Friday, August 1, 2014

The Scene for August 1, 2014

August.  You don’t get any more  summer than August.  We are deep into one of the busiest summer seasons ever.

Isn’t it nice to know that no matter how opressively hot it might get outside, there are nice cool theaters all over South Florida to slip into?

Monday will bring the latest entry in the Theatre League’s Summer Theatre Fest Reading Series.  
This Monday’s reading is at GableStage, where they will be reading It Feels Good, by Michael Yawney.

Here's what’s playing on the scene this weekend:

The Broward Stage Door Theatre opens Butterflies are Free through September 14.

you still haven't missed...

Actors’ Playhouse opens Mid-Life 2! (The Crisis Continues) through August 17, 2014.  As the title suggests, this is the long-awaited sequel to that blockbuster hit Midlife: The Crisis Musical.
GableStage opens its production of  Samuel D. Hunter’s The Whale, which runs through August 17.  
The Arsht Center is opening H2OMBRE, its latest immersive summer theatre experience, through August 31. 

last chance to see...

Palm Beach DramaWorks’s has a certifiable hit with its concert version of The Most Happy Fella, which has been extended through August 3rd, tickets are selling fast, so call now.  We’ll be there Saturday evening.
Re-Designing Women plays at Empire Stage through August 3.

community and conservatory... 
Pembroke Pines Theater of the Performing Arts presents Les Miserables, through August 3.

The Main Street Players offers Becky's New Car through August 17.


The Area Stage Conservatory offers Sweeny Todd Fridays and Saturdays August 1 through 15.

This week’s entry in the FIU Alternative Theatre Festival is Play On, by Rick Abbot.

for kids...
This is the final weekend for Pinocchio at Actors’ Playhouse. A pleasant and air-conditioned way to pass your Saturday afternoon.

Lake Worth Playhouse presents School House Rock Live! this weekend only.  It’s the junior version, which means it’s kids playing for kids.

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