Winston Churchill is arguably the most significant figure of the 20th century and British actor and playwright David Payne’s one-man show, “Churchill,” celebrates not only his accomplishments, but the man himself. The show will play four performances at Delray Beach Playhouse and Mizner Park Cultural Center on Oct. 2 and 3, respectively.
It’s a good question.
In the wake of awards organizations such as the Golden Globes, the Academy Awards, and the Tonys all facing diminished ratings — not to mention suffering public relations nightmares such as a lack of diversity and inclusion in their nominations process — are the Carbonell Awards waning in significance?
Imagine you’re running one of the largest, most successful regional theaters in the country. Imagine you’ve planned to implement a massive, multimillion-dollar renovation of your building in stages over several years. Imagine planning your upcoming season around all of that.