Unlike most other regional companies, Plays of Wilton (POW!) and producer Ronnie Larsen follow a commercial theater model like Broadway, preferring flexibility and not being locked into a predetermined schedule. When a show is successful, he can extend and when it’s not selling, quickly close and move on.
Fall opens at the Foundry on Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors with a revival of Michael McKeever’s killer comedy, “Clark Gable Slept Here,” playing through Oct. 15.
Hollywood's hiding a lot more in the closet than Tom Ford tuxedos, and megastar agent Jarrod Hilliard's determined to keep it that way. When the corpse of a naked male prostitute is found in his client's hotel room during the Golden Globe Awards, Hilliard and hotel manager Gage Holland are left to sweep things under the rug. Time to call in some favors...but in the make-believe world of movies, everyone's acting, and nothing's quite what it seems.
McKeever stars and his husband, multiple Carbonell-winner Stuart Meltzer directs.
In November, Larsen is planning several new projects in repertory, including award-winning playwright Dan Clancy’s musical “108 Waverly,” Adam Sank’s one-man show “Bad Dates” and a new project by Women of Wilton, the POW! offshoot focusing on lesbian audiences. December highlights include revivals of Larsen’s hits “The Prisoners” and “Truck Stop Sally’s Sex Party.”
For tickets and more information, go to RonnieLarsen.com.