GOLDEN GIRLS U.S. TOUR BRINGS LAUGHS, CHEESECAKE AND A PERFECT NIGHT OUT TO THE BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Thank you for being a…fan! Following sold-out performances and rave reviews across the country, The Golden Girls are back and better than ever with a brand new stage show that’s more exciting than a trip to the Rusty Anchor. Golden Girls: The Laughs Continue will head to more than 60 cities in 2024 including a month of performances September 3 – 29 in the Amaturo Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

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Lots of laughs with a Miami twist in GableStage’s ‘Laughs In Spanish’

Much has been said about how the Spanish we speak in Miami has affected the native English, and of how this has led to the emergence of a new dialect in the bilingual generations. According to several academic studies, this phenomenon occurs when two languages come into close contact. Not to mention the interpersonal relationships of South Florida Latino families. From gestures to tone, Spanglish is here to stay.

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How to Get Young People to Theatre? Children’s Theatre Company’s Peter Brosius Has Thoughts

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Written by: Diep Tran

Peter Brosius knows a lot about young people. After all, he’s spent his career around them. As artistic director of Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Brosius has made it his life’s mission to make sure young people, those from the ages of 2 to 18, go to the theatre. And he’s had a tried-and-true formula on how to do it.

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ACT of Davie’s ‘Close Ties’ Hits Close to Home

When ACT’s (Actors Community Theatre of Davie) popular director Jerry Jensen decided to keep their latest production, CLOSE TIES by Elizabeth Diggs, in the playwright’s setting of 1981, it was a no-brainer. Audiences would surely love revisiting a family’s summer home set in the quieter and more rural Berkshires of decades past. Where, as Jensen states in his Director’s Notes, “There are no cellphones or even area codes, no PCs, an office where the father uses a Dictaphone. The kitchen table is the center of family activity. But the family relationships are as timely today as they were then.”

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KRAVIS CENTER Announces: 2024-2025 Kravis on Broadway Season

West Palm Beach, Fl – May 6, 2024 – The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts announces its 16th season of Kravis On Broadway brimming with Tony Award®-winning hits. The 2024 – 2025 Kravis On Broadway season showcases Broadway’s finest with a subscription package power-packed with 32 Tony Awards® among them.  The 2024 – 2025 Kravis On Broadway eight show subscription series includes six West Palm Beach premieres featuring Broadway’s biggest blockbusters and the return of two audience favorites.

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Peter Pan Flies By Miami (Review)

How did we get here? As we rapidly approach the intermission season, the limbo space between one performing arts season to the next, institutions in South Florida are wrapping up their efforts, while some are showcasing their penultimate selection of talent. One venue with a firecracker of a musical play is Miami’s Arsht Center and “Peter Pan.” Only on stage for one week, this new adaptation of the classic 1941 play offers contemporary outlooks to dated and harmful portrayals of women and Indigenous cultures.

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