OK, there may be a couple of you who have been nursing this fantasy that it’s still summer because it’s still hot and humid. But it’s October now. Full-blown fall. Summer is dead, now. Get over it.
But it also means the 2015-16 Theater Season is really here! And it’s also the 100th anniversary of the founding of Broward County, big celebration all weekend long; see the links below.
We also wanted to point out this WLRN article about MicroTheatre Miami. We’ve listed this “well-kept secret” for months, we hope you’ve checked it out. And if not, well, check it out.
Here’s what’s playing this week on The Scene:
The Wick Theatre opens its production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, through October 31.
GableStage opens Disgraced on Saturday, it plays through November 1.
Thinking Cap Theatre opens its production of A Map Of Virtue at The Vanguard, through the 18th.
you still haven't missed...
The Marquee Theater Company production of Aida plays at the West Boca Performing Arts Theater through October 4, 2015, 2015.
Broward Stage Door opens its production of Promises, Promises, through November 1.
Andrews Living Arts Studios presents Killer Joe, through October 11.
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...
Broward Center for the Performing Arts is hosting Broward County’s 100th birthday; shows by various community groups all day in the newly renovated Amaturo Theater, followed by WE – The Passion and Rhythm of the People, created by Broadway director & Cirque Dreams founder Neil Goldberg.
last chance to see...
The Alliance Theatre Lab production of The Aliens winds up its run at Barry University’s Pelican Theater this Sunday, October 4.
The Empire Stage production of Mommie Queerest also closes Sunday, October 4, 2015.
The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center world premiere production of Tsunami, by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Nilo Cruz and Michiko Kitayama Skinner, concludes its run on Saturday, October 3, 2015.
community and conservatory...
Main Street Players, the oldest community theater in Miami-Dade county, presents the world premiere of The Pot this through October 18.
Florida Atlantic University presents The Pillars of Society, through October 11.
Nova Southeast University presents Bat Boy: The Musical, through October 11.
Actors’ Playhouse presents Charlotte’s Web at The Miracle Theater, through October 31, 2015.
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