For a show with a title as silly as Spamilton, the 2017 off-Broadway hit currently playing at the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse until this December 5th, this spoof-tastic offering is a surprisingly smart one.
Every year as the New Year and holidays approach, I reflect. I quite literally evaluate every aspect of my life and the previous year so that I can approach the next year better. Although I’m not the best at confrontation, or the biggest fan of it… I do enjoy confronting myself and being open and honest with myself and my life. I meditate over what I’ve done, learned, loved, and what I want to do, learn, love next year. From goals to relationships to career path to self-care, I allow myself to not only sit with it all but feel it all so that I can give gratitude to the past year, while preparing for the next.
As the holiday shopping season reaches its apex, Giving Tuesday marks a day to donate to organizations that support causes about which you’re passionate. From foundations that support writers creating new theatrical works to charities that assist everyone in entertainment and arts education programs to groups endorsed by Broadway’s best, there are dozens of theatre-related charities worthy of your generosity.
After being dark for over 18 months, Actors’ Rep is excited to premiere their first production of the season, Family Holiday by DC Cathro.
If you’re looking for some holiday oriented South Florida Theater fare this season, there’s no better place to start than with “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” starring British actor Colin McPhillamy and playing at the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Carnival Studio Theater from Dec. 2-19.
If you have been an avid reader of my blog (hi mom), you may have noticed that I was MIA for the month of November. I can list off plenty of excuses as to why that happened, but instead I will acknowledge my shortcomings and promise to not miss blessing this website with one of my blogs EVER AGAIN! All joking aside, I am very excited that I am finally able to create part 2 of my move out journey blog! Sit back and relax because this blog is going to take you through a rollercoaster of emotions, but let’s start off positively with the emotion of excitement.
As we welcome the most wonderful time of the year, Broadway fans will have much to be joyful about as dozens of Broadway stars appear in holiday films throughout the season. From Annie Live to Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas, see which musical theatre stars will be popping up in new holiday films and specials.
Written by: Anthony Tommasini