Thursday, September 18, 2014

The Scene for September 19, 2014

It’s another slow September weekend, But we still got shows playing!
Don’t forget that Conundrum Stages’ Ghost Light Series continues Tuesday at Empire Stage; this week, they’re presenting a free reading of The Eccentricities of a Nightingale by Tennessee Williams.
If you’re planning on seeing I Love Lucy Live On Stage at the Arsht Center, and you want to get a leg up on it, the Miami Herald reports that the Arsht is hosting a free community cocktail party from 9pm to 9pm Friday, September 19.
Here’s what’s playing on The Scene this week:

Mothers and Sons opens at GableStage this weekend, through October 19.

you still haven't missed...
Ground Up and Rising has reappeared on the scene with Dying City.  It plays at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden on September 13th and 14th, then at Artistic Vibes  September 21-28.
Evening Star Productions presents The Subject Was Roses at the Sol Children’s Theatre through September 28, 2014,
Microtheatre Miami is running its MicroTheatre Festival Wednesdays and Thursdays at the CCE Plaza through October 2, 2014.  See their website for playtimes in English.
Broward Stage Door’s production of What’s New Pussycat has been extended through October 19..

last chance to see...
The Pigs Do Fly Productions production of Fifty Plus: A New Musical closes at Empire Stage on September 21, 2014

community and conservatory...

Lake Worth Playhouse presents Search and Destroy at the Stonzek Studio Theatre.
Andrews Living Arts Studios presents Veronica’s Room through October 5, 2014.
The Crucible plays at Florida Atlantic University through September 28.

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