Thursday, October 8, 2015

The Scene for October 9, 2015

And now the 2015-2016 Theatre Season is running full throttle across South Florida.  National Tours are rolling through, shows are opening and closing, the three oldest community theaters in the region have shows going, and we’ve got choices for the kids this weekend.
And the first company to stage its own production of American Idiot is Showtime Boca.  Who saw that coming?  Not us!
Here’s what’s playing this week on The Scene:


Palm Beach DramaWorks opens 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 28, 2015.
Evening Star Productions opens its production of 35mm: A Musical Exhihition at the Sol Children’s Theater.
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.

you still haven't missed...

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.
Thinking Cap Theatre opens its production of A Map Of Virtue at The Vanguard, through the 18th.
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.

passing through...

The national tour of Once plays at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts through October 18, 2015
Cirque √Čloize presents iD at the the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts through Sunday.

last chance to see...

Andrews Living Arts Studios winds up its production of Killer Joe this Sunday, October 11.
Broward Stage Door Theatre concludes its run of The Fantasticks on Sunday, October 11, 2015.

community and conservatory...

Delray Beach Playhouse, the oldest community theater in South Florida, presents Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn, through October 25th.
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.

for kids...

Broward Center for the Performing Arts presents Spot the Dog as the centerpiece of Family Fun Day this Sunday, October 11.
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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