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Little Shop of Horrors

(John Lariviere, General, May 20, 2015)

Little Shop of Horrors, Slow Burn Theatre Company’s final production in the West Boca High Performing Arts Theatre before moving to their new home at …more…

Farcical SOMETHING ROTTEN! A VERY NEW MUSICAL delights!

(Roy Berko, New York, May 19, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland Critics Circle)

Did you know that Shakespeare was an arrogant fop?  That he stole the ideas, as well …more…

The Book of Liz

(John Lariviere, General, May 19, 2015)

Fresh off their critically acclaimed production of Vita and Virginia, The Vanguard, Fort Lauderdale’s exciting new cultural venue, will present Amy and David Sedaris’ The …more…

Tyrone, the Satan of Broadway, stars in HAND TO GOD

(Roy Berko, General, May 18, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland Critics Circle)

Tyrone is evil.  Tyrone, he of big, vacant eyes is both disturbing and funny.  Tyrone is …more…

Tyrone, the Satan of Broadway, stars in HAND TO GOD

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, May 18, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland Critics Circle)

Tyrone is evil.  Tyrone, he of big, vacant eyes is both disturbing and funny.  Tyrone is …more…

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS builds a stairway to paradise on Broadway

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, May 17, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

The 1951 film AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin, …more…

BaCA Announces New Summer Arts Camps

(John Lariviere, General, May 14, 2015)

Located in the heart of Pompano Beach’s new Creative Arts District, we encourage you to visit Bailey Contemporary Arts located one block north of Atlantic Boulevard. …more…

The Music of Johnny Mercer at The Persian Room

(John Lariviere, General, May 12, 2015)

The Persian Room welcomes cabaret & jazz singer John Lariviere on Tuesday June 2nd in his tribute to Johnny Mercer entitled Moon River.  John Lariviere regularly headlines …more…

WOLVES, a supposed modern fairy tale, a bewildering experience at convergence-continuum

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, May 10, 2015)

 

 

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Steve Yockey’s WOLVES:  AN URBAN FABLE, now on stage at convergence-continuum, centers on three people, Ben and …more…

“Behind the scenes” story of the Cleveland Play House’s Tony Award

(Roy Berko, General, May 9, 2015)

 

At the end of each year, the Cleveland Critics Circle meets to select the winners of that year’s performance awards as well as to deal …more…

FAIRFIELD delights and challenges beliefs at CPH

(Roy Berko, General, May 9, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Cleveland Heights School Board member, Eric Coble, has an inside track on understanding the way schools work.   …more…

New Directors & New Season at Arts Garage

(John Lariviere, General, May 8, 2015)

The Theatre at Arts Garage raises the curtain on a provocative new season as Keith Garsson of Primal Forces takes the helm to explore dark, …more…

Bell, Book and Candle

(John Lariviere, General, May 5, 2015)

Gillian Holroyd is a witch.  She can cast spells and perform feats of magic, but she can’t fall in love.  And when she casts a …more…

What’s new at Evening Star Productions

(John Lariviere, General, May 5, 2015)

The first half of Evening Star Productions’ second season concluded on May 3rd after a sold out weekend of The Addams Family – A New …more…

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

(John Lariviere, General, May 1, 2015)

Palm Beach Dramaworks concludes its fifteenth anniversary season with Lanie Robertson’s Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, a moving and surprisingly joyous look back at the …more…

Daniel’s Husband

(John Lariviere, General, April 29, 2015)

Island City Stage closes out its third season with a flourish, presenting the world premiere of Daniel’s Husband by multi-award-winning South Florida playwright Michael McKeever. The play, work-shopped at ’Jan …more…

Oklahoma!

(John Lariviere, General, April 29, 2015)

The Wick Theatre presents the musical Oklahoma! based on the 1931 play Green Grow the Lilacs, by author Lynn Riggs.  In 1943 Oklahoma! was the …more…

BENGAL TIGER–a mental and emotional challenge at Ensemble

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, April 29, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

In BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO, Cleveland Heights native Rajiv Joseph’s, surreal dark play, ghosts roam …more…

Betrayal

(John Lariviere, General, April 29, 2015)

Zoetic Stage and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County are proud to present the Miami premiere of Harold Pinter’s BETRAYAL, …more…

13th Annual Cappies Awards

(John Lariviere, General, April 28, 2015)

The Critics’ Awards Program, or Cappies for short, will celebrate outstanding achievement in high school theater when students from 23 public and private schools throughout …more…