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There's nothing like a sullen, perceptive 20-something artiste to puncture the veil of contentment for the average American husband and father. At ...
You can’t say that playwright and New Theatre artistic director Ricky J. Martinez avoids deep themes in his work. In Road Through Heaven, his lates...
Circus show with clowns, acrobats, magic, juggling and much more. Great family fun at the circus!
This troupe of improvisational players will get you giggling.
In Bird in the Hand, pink flamingos aren't just tacky symbols of Florida kitsch; they're walking, talking tools to help a young man recall his formative years. The second play in New Theatre's "Boomfrog" series of new, offbeat works, Jorge... More »
Last weekend, New Theatre began its run of a play that explores the line between devout religious faith and utter insanity. As a show that presents questions about the mental health of the saints... More »
Virgin births aren’t just the domain of the Bible and episodes of House. They were also the extraordinary claim of a real-life, 36-year-old nun living in a New York convent in the late 1970s, and the result was far from heavenly. The baby’s body... More »
It was a difficult year for theater in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Plantation's Mosaic Theatre, whose sudden closure was announced this month, was the third quality company to shutter for various reasons, after the Caldwell in Boca Raton and... More »
Event Review: Twain and Shaw Do Lunch
I count myself as very fortunate to have seen a workshop of "Twain & Shaw Do Lunch" in South Carolina. Chambers Stevens has crafted a brilliant play that is both bold and warm. A beautiful way to spend an evening.
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