Written by: Alex Marshall
In an effort to entice audiences back after the pandemic, Britain’s National Theater is testing a 6:30 p.m. curtain.
Famed tenor Anthony Nunziata welcomes holidays with vibrant Christmas Concert at Arts Garage Dec. 22
Everybody knows, of course, that Santa Claus is coming to town.
But before the chubby, benevolent bearded guy embarks on his worldwide toy distribution journey on Christmas Eve, renowned Italian-American tenor Anthony Nunziata will visit South Florida to deliver his own holiday “present” — an “Italian Christmas Concert” at the Arts Garage in downtown Delray Beach.
Written by: Benedict Nightingale
Acclaimed in Britain, he had the unique distinction of winning awards for best musical and best play in 2000, for his Broadway revival of “Kiss Me, Kate” and “Copenhagen.”
Written by: Website Administrator
Year of the Dramedy
If 2023 was a tragedy in the world, on New York stages it was a dramedy year, highlighted not only by serious plays with great jokes, but also by flat-out comedies with dark underpinnings. And though not all 10 shows (and various bonuses) on my mostly chronological list below fit that mongrel category, even the gravest of them seem to have gotten the memo that theater should not be a bore or a drag. It should thrill you into thought or, as the case may be, solace.
If you’re up for taking a risk on a new script, you’re likely to find yourself pleasantly surprised by Sweet Goats And Blueberry Señoritas, the product of a collaboration between South Florida playwright extraordinaire Vanessa Garcia and nationally renowned poet Richard Blanco. Initially commissioned by Maine’s Portland Stage Company, where it premiered earlier this year, the work can now be seen in its only second major production at Miami’s Actor’s Playhouse until only this Dec 3rd.
Originally Published by Artburst Miami | Written By Christine Dolen
The luckiest among us love going to work. We embrace the challenges, appreciate the camaraderie, find opportunities to grow. Is that picture idealized? Sure, but it does happen.
Life can be pretty mundane sometimes.
I know, my pessimist is showing. As a glass half full kind of girl, I truly don’t mean to start this blog off on such a negative tone. Although, I do feel like sometimes you get so caught up in and concerned with your day-to-day life that the days become ordinary and practical. It seems that this is a feeling most people, if not all, can relate to- especially adults. The older I get and the more time I let pass in the mundanity of it all, I realize the only way to bring excitement to your live is to actively seek it out.
Written by: Alexandra Alter
The jury for the memoir category had raised concerns that the citizenship requirement was excluding a large part of American culture.
The board that administers the Pulitzer Prizes announced on Tuesday that it would expand eligibility for the awards to authors, playwrights and composers who are not U.S. citizens.
Written by: Patti Hartigan