PearlDamour’s “Ocean Filibuster” Demands That You Get With The Picture

For its southeast premiere, “Ocean Filibuster” is now showing at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, and the performance posits the human condition from the view of the awesome ocean. Awesome in the 19th century definition, that is, being beautiful and terrible and unrelenting. South Florida Theater Magazine was there to witness it during opening weekend on Sunday, November 13.

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Slow Burn Theatre Company’s “Little Shop of Horrors” Wants You to Feed It Laughs

For the annual spooky season, Slow Burn Theatre Company is currently putting on a production of the horror comedy “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Broward Center’s Amaturo Theater, and it did not fail to deliver both hysterics and poignant social commentary. South Florida Theater Magazine was present for opening night on Saturday, October 15, only to report back that this is not a show to be missed.

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