It finally feels vaguely like Christmas to those who grew up in the northern climates. For South Floridians, winter weather has come a bit early, but that’s fine with us.
There’s plenty of shows to choose from on South Florida stages this weekend, from a new take on the classic Fiddler on the Roof in Jupiter, to the wildly inventive US Drag in Miami, and a whole lot of excellent plays in between.
Here's what's playing on South Florida stages this weekend:
Broward Stage Door Theatre opens Five Guys Named Moe, through January 18.
you still haven't missed...
Bad Jews plays at GableStage through December 21, 2014.
Fiddler on the Roof plays at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre through December 21.
Palm Beach Dramaworks presents its production of Israel Horovitz’ My Old Lady through January 4, 2015.
Actors’ Playhouse presents Miracle On South Division Street at The Miracle Theater through December 28.
The Wick Theatre presents the classic musical Mame, starring Leslie Uggams, through January 3rd.
Empire Stage offers its holiday offering, Silver Balls, through December 21st.
Outré Theatre Company presents Othello at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts, through December 21.
Island City Stage revives its critically acclaimed production of The Timekeepers at the Levis JCC in Boca Raton.
The Project Theatre presents U.S. Drag at 5600 Space through December 21.
last chance to see...
New Theatre's production of The Gospel According to Jerry winds up its run at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on Sunday. December 14.
A Chorus Line plays at the Crest Theatre in the Delray Center for the Arts,but close this Sunday, December 14.
community and conservatory...
Area Stage opens In the Heights, through December 21, 2014.
New World School of the Arts offers Elmer Rice’s The Adding Machine, Aristophane’s The Birds and Fiddler on the Roof, through Sunday December 6. Bit of a spread, that.
Broward College presents The Spoken Word through Sunday, December 7.
The Curtain Call Playhouse presents The Matchmaker at The Willow Theater through Sunday, December 14.
Actors’ Playhouse offers their musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol, through December 21.