Written by: Rhoda Feng
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Island City Stage’s Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story with book, music and lyrics by Stephen Dolginoff, premiered to a sold-out weekend audience. The captivating musical true crime tale that recounts the chilling story of the legendary duo who committed one of the most infamous and heinous crimes of the 20th century closes out Island City Stage’s 11th South Florida Season.
Written by: Michael Paulson
The subscription model, in which theatergoers buy a season’s worth of shows at a time, had long been waning, but it fell off a cliff during the pandemic.
As a group of stagehands assembled train cars for the set of “Murder on the Orient Express,” Ken Martin looked grimly at his email. His first year as artistic director at the Clarence Brown Theater in Knoxville, Tenn., was coming to an end, and the theater had missed its income goals by several hundred thousand dollars, largely because it had lost about half its subscribers since the start of the pandemic.
RONNIE LARSEN PRESENTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH PLAYS OF WILTON (POW) ANNOUNCES ITS NEXT PRODUCTION TO BE A KILLER NEW COMEDY “CLARK GABLE SLEPT HERE”. CREATED BY TWO OF SOUTH FLORIDA’S BIGGEST THEATRICAL SUPERSTARS, WRITTEN BY AND STARRING MICHAEL MCKEEVER, AND DIRECTED BY STUART MELTZER.
Written by: Molly Higgins
Playwright and Screenwriter Nathan Louis Jackson Dies at 44.
Mr. Jackson’s works included Broke-ology, Sticky Traps, and The Last Black Play. Playwright and screenwriter Nathan Louis Jackson passed away August 22 at the age of 44, in a statement provided to Playbill from his family.
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.
Written by: Sarah Bahr