La Cage Aux Folles From Mar 7th through Apr 8th, 2007Actor’s Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre, located in Coral Gables, is presenting the play La Cage Aux Folles, as part of the South Florida Theater Festival’s series currently taking place throughout several venues in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. La Cage aux Folles is a Tony Award-winning musical with a book by Harvey Fierstein and lyrics and music by Jerry Herman. Based on the 1973 French play by Jean Poiret and subsequent 1978 French-Italian screen version (one of the most popular foreign films ever released in the United States), it focuses on a gay couple – Georges, the manager of a Saint-Tropez nightclub featuring drag entertainment, and Albin, his star attraction – and the adventures that ensue when Georges’ son brings home his fiance’s ultra-conservative parents to meet them. For more information, please call: 305.444.9293
Thomas Armour Youth Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker is Miami’s oldest presentation of the holiday classic and has been enjoyed by over 300,000 audience members over 42 years. The cast is a celebration of Miami’s … +
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A main stage production brought to you by your local, off-broadway theatre, Showtime Performing Arts Theatre. Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical jr., based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and … +
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Dance NOW! Kicks off its 20th Anniversary Season with a world premiere from founding co-Director Diego Salterini. Salterini uses Earth, Air, Fire and Water as metaphors to investigate personal, societal and global issues. The evening will also … +
This commissioned play, based on events in the lives of Gertrude Berg and Philip Loeb, the pioneering stars of television’s groundbreaking sitcom, The Goldbergs, reveals the double-edged sword between speaking out and staying silent.