As it prepares to open its 17th season shortly, the Symphonia Boca Raton is adding two Saturday concerts to accommodate additional audience members since both of its originally scheduled December and January Sunday afternoon productions are sold out.
The West Boca Theatre Company, sidelined for the better part of two seasons by a coronavirus shutdown, is back in business. The kickoff for its 2021-22 schedule is a frantically paced, one-man show called Fully Committed, a day-in-the-life, depiction of a person clearly overwhelmed by his demanding job.
Politics is a nasty business. Its sinister entanglements are not confined to smoke-filled back rooms in hideaways scattered here and there within the Capital Beltway. They slink into the fancy steakhouses of Baltimore and the elaborate suburban New York abodes of upwardly mobile, would-be office seekers.
Long-time writer, director, actor and comedian Peter Bisuito was on the verge of fulfilling the dream of launching a television sitcom when “the coronavirus pandemic shut down the entire project.”