Congratulations to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre for the 21 well deserved Carbonnell nominations received! Speaking of the Maltz, the Jupiter Theatre has come up with a brilliant move by including the fast-paced, riveting drama about one of the most monumental political interviews of all times—the award-winning production Frost/Nixon opens February 7-21.
Tapping into 2016! by Jan Davisson After all of that holiday partying, the perfect solution to getting back your energy is to take in a few of the high energy theatrical shows that kick off 2016 season. Starting on January…
Hopefully, most of your Christmas shopping is done and you’re ready to enjoy the season. For sheer “getting yourself into the season,” you can’t top The Wick Theatre in Boca Raton. From top to bottom, it’s a holiday extravaganza.
Blue Man Group is best known for theatrical shows and concerts that combine comedy, music and technology into a wordless narrative that’s tough to describe, but the Blue Man Group performance works for people of all ages, languages and cultures.
So far, the 2015-16 theatrical season is rating 10 from Boca to Jupiter. The Wick Theatre kicked off in October with the musical comedy, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Then Palm Beach Dramaworks lived up to its name with a stellar cast and production of Picnic, running through November 8. (See Curtain Up Nov. 13)
No need to pack a basket to go on this Picnic. Just get dressed to the nines, and head for the Don & Ann Brown Theatre, 201 Clematis, West Palm Beach. That’s where the 2015/16 season opened for Palm Beach Dramaworks. Director William Hayes zeros in on the William Inge classic, Picnic, which runs through November 8.
The Palm Beach County theater season starts in a street in Rome two hundred years before the Christian era…. It’s comedy tonight at the Wick Theatre in Boca Raton! In fact, all through the month of October there will be music, laughter, great costumes and high jinxes with the kick off for the 2015/16 season. It’s the Tony award-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Drama Desk Award winner Ken Jennings, who starred as Tobia Ragg in the original production of Sweeney Todd, will be filling some mighty big comedic boots in the role of Pseudolus; however, his Broadway credits make it a sure fire bet that he’ll succeed.
Neatly nestled along the shores of beautiful Biscayne Bay, just a heartbeat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Miami, lies a village within a city—Coconut Grove. With tree-lined streets, scores of fancy boutiques, a number of great restaurants and a host of night clubs, “The Grove” is an upscale, urban, seaside enclave—and one of Miami’s “coolest spots.”
Sue Appleton Dayton, a longtime friend and supporter of OWW Media, was honored this past week at the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce’s “After Hours” event with the unveiling of the official winning poster for the upcoming 2015 ArtFest by the Sea
This President’s Day Weekend, the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival celebrated it’s 30th Anniversary. The 3-day art festival at Abacoa Town Center featured 300 artists, live entertainment, children’s activities, and much more! This year marked a record year for the festival.