Thursday, September 24, 2015

The Scene for September 25, 2015

We really thought that the rainy season happened during the summer in South Florida.  But it seems like every drop of rain has waited for Autumn to arrive to take the plunge.
Speaking of the change of seasons, the 2015-2016 Theatre Seasons is starting to build up steam, and it’s only going to build.  New plays and new companies are popping up all over this corner of the Sunshine State.  And we like it!
Here’s what’s playing this week on The Scene:


Main Street Players opens its production of The Pot this weekend; this is a play they staged as reading during last year’s Summer TheaterFest.  We don’t often feature community theatres, but this is a big step for Miami-Dade County’s oldest community theater company.
The Marquee Theater Company opens its production of AIDA at the West Boca Performing Arts Center.
Broward Stage Door opens its production of Promises, Promises, through November 1.

you still haven't missed...

The Alliance Theatre Lab presents The Aliens at Barry University’s Pelican Theater through October 4.
Empire Stage presents its production of Mommie Queerest, through October 4, 2015.
The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center presents the world premiere of Tsunami, by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Nilo Cruz and Michiko Kitayama Skinner, through October 3, 2015.
Broward Stage Door Theatre presents The Fantasticks, through October 11, 2015.
MicroTheatre Miami is running three plays in English and four plays in Spanish on Thursdays.  Check it out: you can choose which plays you see, and you only pay for the ones you choose.  It's a sweet deal, and a great night out.

coming and going...


Lynn University presents a staged concert version of Kismet, this Saturday and Sunday only.  This Tony-Award-winning musical is rarely produced, and it’s an excellent chance to check it off of your musical theatre bucket list.

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