Theater & Film

Review: Main Street Players delivers emotional, raw reality in ‘Topdog/Underdog’

Review: Main Street Players delivers emotional, raw reality in ‘Topdog/Underdog’

Due to open in a Broadway revival at the end of the month, South Florida theatergoers need only go to Miami Lakes to see a stellar production of "Topdog/Underdog."

Review: Ronnie Larsen casts the family he’s missing in ‘The Actors’

Review: Ronnie Larsen casts the family he’s missing in ‘The Actors’

Prolific playwright Ronnie Larsen's latest is about a man who misses his family and finds an inventive way to bring them back. The original work is being presented by Plays of Wilton in Fort Lauderdale.

Josephine Baker silent film will be performed with live music at Coral Gables Cinema

Josephine Baker silent film will be performed with live music at Coral Gables Cinema

Two pianists performing live accompany the Josephine Baker silent film "Siren of the Tropics" in a special screening at the Coral Gables Art Cinema along with the Dranoff 2 International Piano Foundation.

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Miami Filmmaker’s ‘Stonewall’ Featured at Berlinale

Miami Filmmaker’s ‘Stonewall’ Featured at Berlinale

Posted on November 18, 2017 at 5:50 PM
By Michelle F. Solomon

Robbie Rosenberg couldn’t have been more surprised when he found out the groundbreaking LGBT film he made

New Theatre Presents Two Rotating, Two Actor Plays: “Footprints” and “Franz & Albert”

New Theatre Presents Two Rotating, Two Actor Plays: “Footprints” and “Franz & Albert”

Posted on November 17, 2017 at 5:50 PM
By Christine Dolen

New Theatre is celebrating its 30th anniversary this season, a milestone that’s a testament to the tenacious

Review: ‘Antigonon’ from Havana’s El Teatro Publico

Review: ‘Antigonon’ from Havana’s El Teatro Publico

Posted on November 16, 2017 at 5:50 PM
By Elizabeth Hanly

Havana’s internationally celebrated El Teatro Publico and its director Carlos Diaz presented Antigonon, its reimagining of the

‘West Side Story’ Hasn’t Aged at Actors’ Playhouse

‘West Side Story’ Hasn’t Aged at Actors’ Playhouse

Posted on November 15, 2017 at 5:50 PM
By Christine Dolen

West Side Story has been – and continues to be – a musical theater piece that inspires

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