Yes, the Scene is a little late, because we’re neck deep in presenting some of the fine productions you’ll be seeing on stage in the next few weeks.
This week, we’ve got the opening of an adaptation of a schlocky 1980s horror movie and a new original home-grown musical, while the national tour of Once and the critically acclaimed Map of Virtue are closing.
Here’s what’s playing this week on The Scene:
Actors’ Playhouse opens its production of The Toxic Avenger at the Miracle Theater, through November 8, 2015.
Area Stage Company opens its original creation, The Ballad of Janis Matthews and the Dodo Scouts, through October 25.
you still haven't missed...
Palm Beach DramaWorks presents its production of Picnic through November 8, 2015.
Pigs Do Fly Productions presents Flying High – a collection of seven brand new short plays – at Empire Stage, through October 25, 2015.
Evening Star Productions presents 35mm: A Musical Exhihition at the Sol Children’s Theater through October 25.
Punchline Theatre Company presents The Rocking Dead (A Zombie Musical) at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts through November 1.
Showtime Performing Arts Theatre presents American Idiot, through October 18, 2015.
The Wick Theatre production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum plays through October 31.
The GableStage production of Disgraced plays through November 1.
Broward Stage Door opens its production of Promises, Promises, through November 1.
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.
last chance to see...
The Thinking Cap Theatre production of A Map Of Virtue at The Vanguard closes this Sunday, October 18th.
The national tour of Once finishes its run at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, October 18, 2015
community and conservatory...
The Lake Worth Playhouse, the second oldest community theatre in South Florida, presents Meet Me In St. Louis, through October 25.
Main Street Players, the third oldest community theatre in South Florida (oldest in Miami-Dade county) , presents the world premiere of The Pot this through October 18.
Barry University presents Sylvia at the Shepard & Ruth K Broad Performing Arts Center, this weekend only.
Actors’ Playhouse presents Charlotte’s Web at The Miracle Theater, through October 31, 2015.
Showtime Performing Arts Theatre presents The Wizard of Oz through October 24, 2015.
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