City Theatre, producer of the long-running and popular Summer Shorts festival of short plays, offers one full-length production in the Arsht Center’s Theater Up Close series: Carmen Rivera's “La Gringa,” Nov. 30 – Dec. 17, a poignant comedy about a young woman’s search for identity.

There’s little doubt that actress/screenwriter/filmmaker Emerald Fennell established herself as an unstoppable force after her 2020 full-length feature debut masterpiece “Promising Young Woman.” Especially after she took home the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay at the 93rd Academy Awards. So, what did Fennell do for an encore?

The Delray Beach Playhouse opens its season with “She Loves Me,” Nov. 24 – Dec. 10, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s musical comedy about romance in a 1930s European perfumery, followed by “Ann Talman: Elizabeth Taylor and the Shadow of her Smile,” Dec. 11 – 14, a one-woman show exploring the actresses on- and off-stage triumphs and challenges.

“Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant: A Memoir” (Little, Brown, 2023) by Curtis Chin

This delicious memoir is as much about being a gay ABC (American-born Chinese) as it is about Detroit in the 1980s. Funny and eye-opening, this book is best not to be read on an empty stomach.

What is it about a DJ that allows them to have a lengthy and successful career? Aside from being a turntable master, knowing how to read and work a room and keep people dancing from sunset to sunrise, or being a top-notch remixer.


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