The Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s Theater & Arts Honors, announced this year’s recipients in a ceremony held at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center on Nov. 13. “More than 80 productions at nearly 30 different theatres were evaluated by a diverse group of more than 30 experienced judges representing Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties,” said Carbonell Board President Gary Schweikhart.

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.

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.

Broadway Fort Lauderdale brings us the most talked about show on Broadway, “Funny Girl,” and there’s a reason there’s so much buzz about this revival, and it’s not just the Broadway cast.



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