South Florida Theater Magazine interviewed the cast of Breaking Up Is Hard To Do showing at the Wick Theatre.
This smash hit musical celebrates the timeless songwriting of the legendary Neil Sedaka! Our host, Jessie Dez, spoke with Barry Pearl, who everyone remembers as Doody in the smash movie blocker Grease and Christine Pedi, Broadway star and Sirius XM radio host of On Broadway. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do runs for 5 weeks only – April 21st to May 15th, 2022 at the Wick Theatre! Tickets available at https://ci.ovationtix.com/35559/produ… https://southfloridatheater.com/
Host/Editor: Jessie Dez
South Florida Theater Magazine is going behind the scenes with MNM’s cast of Guys and Dolls at Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
In the past few months, fellow actors and I have been targeted by a man who has earned the title of Wig Menace in the entertainment industry. Having received over 100 statements and a police report, South Florida Theater Magazine has acknowledged the importance of writing this article. With further investigation, local actors and wig designers have claimed to have been targeted, bullied, and attacked by him through social media. For safety measures, most sources in this article have chosen to remain anonymous.
To swing or not to swing… that is the question. Broadway claims that swings are the most in-demand performers in the industry, yet there seems to be a lack of them. Why is the most in-demand role in theater struggling to find actors to fill them? The answer is intimidation. This job is not for the weak, it is made for those looking for a thrilling challenge.
In less than a month, the folks at the Maltz Jupiter Theater and untold numbers of performance fans were planning to celebrate the “Grand Reopening” of the north county venue that’s about to complete a $36 million renovation and kick off its 2021-22 season with main stage shows and other productions to mark the milestone event.
The recent spike of coronavirus cases in the Sunshine State has taken a toll on the planned January openings of two major Palm Beach County performing arts festivals, according to social media postings from the sponsoring organizations.
As if life hasn’t been difficult enough with the 20-month lockdown we endured due to the COVID-19 pandemic and additional stresses from the Delta strain that followed, now area theaters and their audiences are bracing for what challenges the new Omicron variant of this insidious virus will bring.