Karen Peterson & Dancers Celebrate 32 Years of Impacting Dance and Disability Communities with Multimedia Dance Concert on May 27-28

For 32 years, Karen Peterson & Dancers (KPD) have been conducting stage performances aimed at focusing public attention on physically integrated dance presentations. Her ensemble will celebrate that multi-decade milestone with a very special production of “Repertory Favorites,” a multidisciplinary dance concert, May 27 and May 28 at The Dennis C. Moss Cultural Arts Center’s Lab Theatre in South Florida. 

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‘Million Dollar Quartet’ Revisits Roots of Rock ‘N’ Roll at Wick Revival

Hey, all you rock ‘n’ roll buffs, devotees of music styles that flourished in the 1950s; aficionados of local theater and all you folks who are known to frequent the Wick Theatre in Boca Raton on a regular basis. Get ready to have your socks blown through the back doors by a powerhouse musical that will revive your memory nodules and push your melodic reminiscences to their limits. 

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Delray Beach Teacher Who Wins NSAL Competition Had Endured Gun Threat

When A’Keyah Dasia Williams took the stage at the recent National Society of Arts and Letters (NSAL) of Florida drama competition, her outstanding performance of three different monologues impressed the esteemed panel of judges. 

In a field of nearly 20 competitors, her authenticity and power lit up the theatre, leading her to a first-place win and a trip to the national contest to compete for $15,000. 

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The Women are all On Board in Female Version of Neil Simon’s ‘Odd Couple’

Neil Simon’s blockbuster comedy, The Odd Couple, has been packaged, repackaged, filmed, performed live, aired on TV and altered in a variety of ways. To bring its 2022-23 season to a close on a highly humorous note, Boca Stage presents a comic version of Simon’s 1980’s reworking of his original production – one that casts the two lead characters and all their working-class buddies as women. 

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