Happy new year!
We’re getting a little break in the weather, a very slight taste of winter. What better excuse to head into a nice warm theatre?
This first week of January is a quiet week, as a lot of companies just closed productions at the holidays, and are still rehearsing for the next show. But that doesn’t mean that there is nothing to see, because there is always SOMETHING to see somewhere across South Florida.
Here’s what’s playing this week on The Scene:
The M Ensemble opens its production of The Kings of Harlem at the Sandrell Rivers Theatre this weekend, through January 19, 2017.
coming and going...
The National Tour of Dirty Dancing passes through The Kravis Center this weekend.
Wiesenthal also plays this weekend only at The Kravis Center.
you still haven't missed...
The Stage Door Theatre production of Vegas..A Night on the Strip plays through January 22, 2017, while their production of Most Happy Fella plays through February 5th.
Shakespeare Miami is offering its production of The Merchant of Venice this weekend at the Mizner Park Ampitheatre in Boca Raton, and next weekend at The Barnacle Historic State Park in Coconut Grove. The Sun-Sentinel has the story.
last chance to see...
Curtain Call Playhouse has been hauling its production of Becky’s New Car all around South Florida. It ends its run at the Sunrise Civic Center this Sunday.
The Waterfront Playhouse closes its production of It’s Only A Play this Saturday, January 7th.
community and conservatory...
Opportunity Theatre Inc presents I’m Not Rappaport at the JCC Soref Center through January 22, 2017.