Heat. Humidity. Rain. Rinse & repeat. Thus do the days of August pass in a South Florida rainy season.
In days of yore, South Florida’s theatre scene would have rolled up the sidewalk by now; most actors and stagehands would be in the midst of summer stock productions across the middle of America.
But that was then.
Monday will bring the latest entry in the Theatre League’s Summer Theatre Fest Reading Series, a staged reading of Nancy Cheser’s new musical Broken English at Area Stage Company.
Here's what’s playing on the scene this weekend:
Andrews Living Arts Studio presents Let My People Come, through September 6, 2014.
Mother, Me and the Monsters is coming and going; August 8 only at the Theatre at Arts Garage.
Oy Vey It’s Broadway opens this weekend at The Plaza Theater Cabaret. Through August 18.
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The Broward Stage Door Theatre offers Butterflies are Free through September 14.
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.
Sol Children’s Theatre presents Into The Woods, through August 24.