Friday, March 20, 2015
Saturday, March 14, 2015
And sure enough, he was libelously mischaracterizing many of those who came to speak on behalf GableStage and the current redevelopment plan, such as it is.
But his post is just his usual drivel showing that his ignorance of the history of the Coconut Grove Playhouse is exceeded only by his lack of understanding of the fiscal realities of producing professional theater in South Florida, or anywhere else. He doesn’t care about The Playhouse, per se, he wants to be the one to save an old building.
But one of the comments on that post needed to be addressed. Since I can’t do it as a comment on that post, and since I’m not sure that she’ll get the message in the “special folder” Facebook used since I’m not one of her FB friends, I’ve decided to share it here.
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Miami Theater Center opened its production of The Seven Year Itch on February 19, 2015.
Loneliness. Temptation. Lust. Feel the summer heat aggravate the anxiety and desire of one man’s mid-life crisis in this irreverent interpretation of the 1950's stage comedy that inspired the iconic Hollywood film.
Stephanie Ansin directed a cast that included Aaron Glickman, Diana Garle, Betsy Graver, Shira Abergel, Linda Bernhard, Jessica Farr, James Howell, Chaz Mena, and Anardia Burgos.
H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S! Infectious songs and an L-O-L script make Putnam County Spelling Bee a winner. With two Tony Awards and three Drama Desk Awards, this riotous Broadway smash, complete with audience participation, leads to letter-perfect entertainment. As you follow the cast of six awkward adolescents through a daunting and delightful championship quest, you'll know why the New York Times calls it, "Irresistible! Riotously funny!"
Friday, March 6, 2015
We’re still behind on getting reviews up, but they’ll be coming shortly so keep an eye on us.
Here’s what's playing on South Florida stages this weekend: