The Maltz Jupiter Theatre in north Palm Beach County is offering audiences classics of every genre, starting with Agatha Christie’s quintessential whodunnit, “Murder on the Orient Express,” Oct. 29 – Nov. 12. All aboard the exotic and mysterious Orient Express as it departs with a train full of larger-than-life suspects, each one with a motive and an alibi. This clever adaptation boasts all the glamour, intrigue and suspense with a healthy dose of humor to quicken the pace.
Two plays written by two of Broadway’s greatest playwrights have recently opened, both dealing with AIDS. Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods” was seen as an allegory for the AIDS crisis when it debuted in 1987. Terrance McNally’s “Love! Valour! Compassion!”, which debuted on Broadway in 1994 deals with AIDS head-on as two of the characters battle the disease.
The Wick Theatre knows how to produce classic Broadway musicals and for the company’s 10th anniversary in Boca Raton, founder and executive producer Marilynn Wick has planned a five-show season:
The Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s theater and arts honors, announced the nominations in 20 competitive categories for the 2022-2023 theater season.
Island City Stage, one of the LGBT-centric theater companies based in Wilton Manors, will offer audiences an award-winning classic, big Broadway dreams, a pulp fiction musical, a neurotic family drama and murderous mayhem in their 12th anniversary season.
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