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Behind Mona Lisa's coy smile lies a history of theft, immigration and encounters with the rich and famous. And no, we're not talking about the mysterious subject, but rather the literal painting itself. In this newest tale from multiple award-winning playwright Michael McKeever, Finding Mona Lisa embarks on an adventure that explores the history of this renowned painting, along with Leonardo da Vinci's first brushes with the subject at hand, the lovely Senora del Giocondo. From the Mona Lisa's meetings with multiple acts of vandalism to her "resting time" on Napoleon's bedroom walls, McKeever highlights the painting's hilarious journey at the Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables.
Get ready for a night of flappers, hair bobbing and hemline-raising fun while you take in this high-spirited musical romp through the Jazz Age. A sassy valentine to the spirit of New York City and the people who seek to discover themselves there, Thoroughly Modern Millie features hip-shaking dance numbers, sweeping ballads and a colorful cast of characters zipping around the Big Apple in 1922. Based on the classic film starring Julie Andrews, this Tony-winning musical tells the story of ambitious small-town girl Millie Dillmount as she tries to make her mark in NYC amid the city's cultural revolution, dashing young men and dragon-lady vixens. From the theater company that brought you Fiddler on the Roof, Dreamgirls, Footloose and Jekyll & Hyde, see this Marquee Theater Company production of Thoroughly Modern Millie at West Boca Performing Arts Theater in Boca Raton.
Big Brother is watching you in Fort Lauderdale. 1984, George Orwell's vision of a future ruled by government surveillance and thought control, has been chilling readers for over 60 years. Today, this depiction of perpetual war, propaganda and technology is more relevant than ever. Now, you can experience Orwell's work anew, with this adaptation from Michael Gene Sullivan. In the play, the omniscient Big Brother holds citizens under constant surveillance. Meanwhile, protagonist Winston Smith attempts to resist the Party, an oppressive force that utilizes psychological manipulation and physical discipline to brainwash society. This stage version imbues the classic novel with new vitality at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
A thrilling mix of musical theater, photography and pop music, 35MM: A Musical Exhibition is a daring exploration of audio and visual stimulation. With a collection of original songs by award-winning composer Ryan Scott Oliver, the musical features a collection of "snapshot stories." Each projected image from photographer Matthew Murphy inspires a unique song, giving a glimpse of something happening and a glimmer of a life unfolding. This intricately woven collection of stories comes to the Abyss Theater in Wilton Manors to challenge your idea of what the modern American musical can be.
Originally directed by thriller mastermind Alfred Hitchcock, The 39 Steps takes you on an adventure to clear an innocent man's name from espionage. A theatrical adaptation of John Buchan's 1915 novel, everyman Richard Hannay gets trapped in a world of danger when he joins the battle against the 39 Steps, a spy organization who's after British military secrets. The tables turn on Hannay once accused of murdering a counter-espionage agent, and he must flee to Scotland to clear his name and dismantle the spy ring. Find out who really dunit at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Ft. Lauderdale.
Some puppet shows are wonderful family events -- but Shaun McNamara's 50 Shades of Felt is not one of them. This scandalous parody of the similarly titled bestselling novel features full puppet nudity, sexual themes and situations galore, and language that would make your grandmother blush, and most likely you as well! For all its naughtiness, however, 50 Shades of Felt is a riotously funny good time replete with a puppet "Sex Pledge," puppets shaped like objects they shouldn't be, and a Goddess with the power to grant those elusive "fuzzgasms." Leave the kids at home for this one, and head to Ft. Lauderdale's Empire Stage for a show that aims to make you feel violated (or at least in need of a cigarette).
Everyone's favorite creepy clan The Addams Family hits the stage with a macabre musical that's so hilarious it's scary. Gather around the family mansion and watch Morticia and Gomez wrestle with a nightmarish turn of events. Their daughter, the ever-precocious Wednesday, has done the scariest thing imaginable -- she's fallen in love with an average, run-of-the-mill boy. What's worse, she wants her freaky family to pretend to be "normal" for one night to impress her new boyfriend's parents. Watch what happens when Pugsley, Grandmama, Uncle Fester and Lurch put their own horrific spin on hospitality. Inspired by Charles Addams' iconic comic strip and featuring a script written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice (Jersey Boys), this family-friendly production of the Tony-nominated musical lurks into the Boca Black Box.
Take a bold step into the wild stories of working in gay porn, with writer-performer Chris Harder as your hard-bodied guide. The exaggerated, campy reflection on Harder's career (his real name, convenient for the industry) is a Wonderland-like tour visiting outlandish characters and hilarious experiences. With his occasional sidekick Movie Star Barbie, Harder exposes just how demanding the job can be. As different a world as it is, sex workers are real people with loving parents, even if those parents don't understand their child's life choices. Harder bares his soul and his body to boot in Big Bright Star at Fort Lauderdale's Andrews Living Arts.
In The Book of Moron, the latest solo show from actor-comedian Robert Dubac (The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?), we meet a man who can't remember who he is or what he believes in because he's been bombarded by so much propaganda and hype. While he's racking his brain for answers, his inner voices take turns trying to talk sense into him. Go on a head trip in Robert Dubac's one-man show as he portrays his voice of reason, his common sense, his inner idiot, his inner child and his inner asshole -- all of which try to wake him up from the coma of modern-day life. Don't miss The Book of Moron at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale.
A sophisticated classic that remains as tart and incisive as ever when it comes to modern relationships, Stephen Sondheim's multiple Tony-winning musical comedy revolves around commitment-phobic Bobby, his three girlfriends, and the five married couples who happen to be his best friends. Get caught up in this series of interlocking sketches, filled with romantic ups-and-downs, as well as Sondheim's dazzling score, which includes favorites like "The Ladies Who Lunch" and "Being Alive." This new production of Company comes to the stage at the Kravis Center in West Palm.
When Dark Victory premiered on Broadway in 1934, legendary actress Tallulah Bankhead played the lead role of hard-partying socialite Judith Traherne, whose hedonistic life takes a turn when she's diagnosed with a brain tumor that will eventually rob her of her eyesight and her life. In the 1939 film adaptation, it was Hollywood icon Bette Davis who stepped into Judith's shoes, picking up an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a young woman struggling to come to terms with her mortality while falling in love with the doctor treating her. Now, this tragic, moving and widely celebrated play is coming to the stage at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
This 2016 Broadway musical skillfully mixes a spoof of classic catastrophe films with an awesome jukebox soundtrack to truly capture the delicious cheesiness of '70s pop culture. Disaster! finds a diverse group of New Yorkers attending the opening of a floating casino and disco -- only to face one massive calamity after another. From every Airport movie ever to epic adventures like The Poseidon Adventure, Swarm and Earthquake, you'll recognize all the stock characters and set pieces, accompanied by hits like "Muskrat Love," "I Am Woman," "Hooked on a Feeling," "Knock on Wood," and of course, "I Will Survive." A New York Times Critics' Pick, this hilarious hit from Broadway's Seth Rudetsky lands safely at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center.
In the Heights made a splash on Broadway, scoring the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical and winning over audiences with its fresh-faced charm and vibrant music. With incredible hip-hop dancing, a contemporary Latin-flavored score and a story from Lin-Manuel Miranda (creator of the hit Broadway show Hamilton), In the Heights is an exhilarating journey into the lives of the residents of the Dominican-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City -- a place where the coffee from Usnavi's corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the scent of impending change. Like many in his community, Usnavi struggles to decide which traditions to keep and which to leave behind. Don't miss Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts' production of this Broadway hit when it comes to the Susan B. Katz Theater.
An adaptation of Tony Award-winners Stephen Sondheim (Sweeney Todd) and James Lapine's (Passion) Broadway hit, Into the Woods Jr. has been redesigned specifically with young performers in mind. A whimsical, adventurous musical, the story centers around a baker and his wife who wish for a child and, unable to conceive, set off to break a witch's curse. Along their journey, they encounter quite a few favorites -- including Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and, of course, his beanstalk. Delivering a fresh spin on several of the timeless fairy tales penned by the Brothers Grimm, this show features catchy songs and funny plot twists the whole family will enjoy. See it now at the Area Stage Company in Coral Gables.
It Happened One Night, the acclaimed 1934 romantic comedy classic from director Frank Capra (It's a Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington), was the first film ever to win all five major Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Actor and Best Screenplay. A reversal of the usual Cinderella story, It Happened One Night finds its heroine jumping off of her father's yacht after he tries to have her marriage to a fortune-hunter annulled. On a bus to New York City, she falls in with a cynical, down-on-his-luck newspaperman who offers to reunite her with her new husband in exchange for an exclusive story. Now, the verbal battles of wit and lighthearted sex appeal that lead these two down the road to love unfold as a live radio drama, performed by Arts Radio Network at Fort Lauderdale's Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Adapted from the 1994 Disney animated classic, the talented teen performers of the Westside Broadway Teen Theatre Project present The Lion King at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts. Just like in the big Broadway show, you'll hear unforgettable songs that include "Circle of Life," "Just Can't Wait To Be King," "Hakuna Matata" and more, as Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters journey from Pride Rock to the jungle in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.
The five-time Tony-winning show that The New York Times called "the most exhilarating storytelling on Broadway in decades," Peter and the Starcatcher is the swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan. Inventive stagecraft and an imaginative story come together to reveal the origins of "the boy who wouldn't grow up" in this madcap music-filled adventure. The play is an action-packed journey through Neverland that brings pirates, mermaids, orphans and secret agents of the Queen together on the high seas. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, and written by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys), this production of Peter and the Starcatcher at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center weaves an enchanting coming-of-age tale that's bound to appeal to your entire crew.
Adapted from suspense mastermind Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 film with Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine, Suspicion is yet another thrilling work of art that follows one couple's descent into money and madness. When affluent wallflower Lina falls for the charming yet dangerous playboy Johnnie, the smitten lovers wed despite her father's incessant warnings against him. However, Johnnie falls into some financial trouble during the marriage, and his "business partner" suddenly dies under suspicious circumstances. Will Lina be next? Find out if love triumphs over fortune in this theatrical adaptation at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale.
Avi Hoffman's incredibly successful one-man show celebrates its 20th anniversary at the Boca Black Box. A hit off-Broadway, on tour in Florida and across the country, Hoffman's musical-comedy tribute to his Jewish upbringing and Yiddish culture has spawned a PBS special and two sequels, Too Jewish, Too! and Still Jewish After All These Years. Now, "the mensch and his musical" are back in the original production The New York Times called "hilarious" and "warm and winning." Along with telling personal stories and introducing bits from classic vaudeville and beyond, Hoffman re-creates the persona of the great-grandfather of stand-up comedy, Menashe Skulnick, as part of this thoroughly entertaining performance.
Music, merriment and adventure abound in Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's zany, gender-bending comedy of unrequited love and romantic mischief. When twins Viola and Sebastian are separated in a shipwreck and wash ashore in the beautiful but mysterious land of Illyria, they're quickly caught up in a maze of mistaken identity and mismatched passions. Viola falls hopelessly in love with Duke Orsino and disguises herself as a man so she can enter his world. Filled with juicy comedic characters and beloved scoundrels, Twelfth Night features some of Shakespeare's wittiest wordplay. New City Players present this lively take on this comic masterpiece at the Vanguard in Fort Lauderdale.
Marion Grodin has shared the stage with huge acts like Robin Williams, Lewis Black and Roseanne Barr. Now, the stand-up comic extraordinaire Marion Grodin is coming to Boca Black Box in Boca Raton to star in a new production of one of the most popular and moving plays about feminism, The Vagina Monologues. Based on interviews conducted with women from all over the world, the play is a hilarious and deeply poignant collection of stories that gives voice to a chorus of common experiences and feelings once considered taboo. A thoughtful look at the female experience, with an unblinking look at topics such as sex, love, rape, birth, and the vagina as an expression of female individuality, the play manages to be entertaining without being trite, political without being offensive.