Welcome to the Carbonell’s: South Florida’s Biggest Theater Night is a Hit!

I must admit when South Florida Theater Magazine (who I’m proud to say is a sponsor of this prestigious event) first invited me to cover THE 46th ANNUAL CARBONELL AWARDS on November 13, I was somewhat intimidated. The journalist in me immediately googled former Carbonell Award nights (these can be defined as a regional version of Broadway’s Tonys – but far more inclusive of smaller theaters and experimental work). I landed on a short video of my editor, Jessie Dez, as gorgeous and glammed up as any Access Hollywood reporter, conducting pre-show interviews with similarly gowned and evening-wear attired nominees.

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Exclusive Interview with Lynn University’s New Director of Performing Arts Operations

Direct from Carnegie Hall, Jim Badrak returns to South Florida after an illustrious theater career in New York City.

Jim Badrak finally found his little corner of the sky.

Badrak, Lynn University’s new Director of Performing Arts Operations, was brought on board this summer to handle all theatrical and concert facility operations and to also help enhance the on-campus experience for students, parents, faculty, staff and visitors.

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Originally published on http://artburstmiami.com.

Written By Gina Perez

Miami Learning Experience School 501 C3 (MLE) is a special education school for students with different learning abilities in South Miami. Founded 47 years ago to address the needs of individuals with Down Syndrome, today it has expanded and covers all exceptionalities. Foremost, MLE is a school providing the same experiences for their students that students would experience at any school,” said Kevin Grace, Executive Director at MLE. And with any school curriculum, visual arts and music programs are part of their offering.

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Many comedians, including actor/comedian Peter Fogel, will tell you that the funniest things that make people laugh are the absurd realities that happen to all of us every day. The veteran 62-year-old Fogel from Delray Beach has struck gold with his recollection of his life as a Jewish middle-aged bachelor who has yet to marry in his one man play “Til Death Do Us Part…You First,” to be performed August 12 at 8 pm at ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale.

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Alice in Wonderland: A Musical Cirque Adventure

This spectacle transforms Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic into a family-friendly circus show full of breathtaking feats and surprises! Fans will experience these beloved, iconic characters come to life on stage as they perform to a live, original score starring  Grammy and Emmy award-winning vocalist LC Powell (of Disney’s Phineas and Ferb, Elena of Avalor, Disenchanted, Hocus Pocus 2)

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Brevo Theatre and Island City Stage Present “The Brothers Size”

Brévo Theatre (@brevo_theatre) and Island City Stage (@islandcitystage1) are proud to present the next edition to the “Dans Le Avant Garde” series with “The Brothers Size,” by Tarell Alvin McCraney. This contemporary tale explores the fragility of liberty and the need to belong somewhere, to something, to someone. The show preview will take place on June 22 at 7 p.m., with opening night on June 23 at 7 p.m. Other showtimes include June 24 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., and June 25 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The performances will take place at Island City Stage located at 2304 N. Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33305. Ticket prices for the June 22 preview is $20.00 with the remaining shows at $35.00. All shows run for 2 hours including a 15-minute intermission. Tickets can be purchased at Brévo Theatre

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