"BOXer Shorts," a showcase of original 10-minute plays that use stackable boxes for sets, returns to the Delray Beach Playhouse for a fourth installment Saturday and Sunday.
"Poz" is the kind of comedy that shines.
Refreshed, remixed, re-imagined and with a touch of revolution added, "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella" floats into Miami's Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts for a...
Is he a terrorist? Are you?
“Carrie: The Musical” is just as unwieldy, weird and wonderful as you’d imagine a show with such a contradictory title would be.
Local theaters are scaring up some spooky stage shows just in time for Halloween.
In almost every sense, “The Last Romance” doesn’t travel very far.
It’s all about the makeover when it comes to “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.”
You know what they say: Drama is easy. Comedy is hard.
Citing $50,000 in bills after a slow summer, owners announced in an email Friday that the Plaza Theatre in Manalapan has closed.
Sure, they’re show tunes. But they’ve been remixed.
The last time you saw Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town,” it was a high school production, right?
If dance is your thing, from ballet to tango, then this month is like manna from heaven. October sees a whole slew of dance performances throughout South Florida. Here is a roundup of the best events.
Is there a traditional room in your home that isn’t really working for your lifestyle?
Target got real. The retailer recently had an in-store style competition in Miami set in a reality show format. Miami tastemakers went up against each other in a series of style challenges, working against the clock to create winning looks using Target's fall collection of apparel and accessories....
Thinking Cap Theatre is looking to expand their reach and keep their name out there while they wait for their home stage, the Vanguard, to be finished.
Quick, think about the Broadway musical “Annie.”
Cabaret du Jour
South Floridians have the opportunity Wednesday, Oct. 8 to get behind-the-scenes sneak peeks of two stage productions.
Love Lucy? It’s more like something a little south of “like.”
How does she do it?
When it comes to hair, natural styles - locs, twists, afros and braids - are quickly gaining currency amond people of color.
You can pretty much get a lot from the title of the play “The Orphan Train: A Past Story About a Present Story.”
Local theaters are gearing up for the start of the season in October. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t shows being staged in September.
The ballet “Sleeping Beauty Act III (Aurora’s Wedding)“ has it all.
15 Finalists - having already fought it out via Facebook and a semi-final event last week - will battle on the runway at The Heat of Fashion Designer Competition at The Atlantic Hotel & Spa this Saturday, Sept. 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. The grand prize winner will receive: a $1,000 cash...
From the runway to real life, that's what "Lookbook Live" will be all about according to organizers.
Fashion and porcelain...I know, that doesn't seem to go together.
“Fifty Plus — A New Attitude” is a sequel of sorts.
“Couture for a Cause” is not just a sale, it’s a super-duper-sale.
One of the big differences between the first Miami Fashion Film Festival in 2013 and the sophomore version is that more South Florida filmmakers are involved.
It really should not work.
For a play that hasn’t been produced yet, “Rough Patch” sure has been on the road a lot.
Boys on the beach will be wearing eye-popping prints-aplenty with their dude's swim duds...including Op-Art, geometric-abstracts and photo-kitsch. That's what we saw at SwimShow, the largest swimwear trade show in the world staged by the Swimwear Association of Florida at the Miami...
They are obsessed with Ricky Ubeda’s feet - and so is the rest of America.
Michael Leeds and Kevin Black fell in love with the music of the 1960s.
As soon as you see the set for “Butterflies are Free,” you just know it must be the 1960s.
It is inescapable: There is tragedy wrapped around the comedy being staged by Boca Raton’s Evening Star Productions.
Starting Thursday night, radio and theater will get a mash-up at Arts Garage.
Just because the thermometer here in South Florida is in the high 80s (higher if you factor in the humidity) doesn’t mean it’s too soon to start thinking about fall/winter fashion.
It takes a village to pull off a wedding. In that respect, same-sex marriage ceremonies are no different. So on Sunday, Aug. 17 there was a Gay Nuptials Showcase in the Hagen Park Community Center in Wilton Manors that was organized by Bobby Kyser, owner of floral design and event planning firm...
“Let My People Come” — yes, that title means exactly what you think it does — is still dropping trou and dropping jaws four decades after its off-Broadway debut in 1974.
As indicated by the title “Shorts Gone Wild 2,” this is the second summer that the LGBT-themed collection of short plays has returned to
Oh, to be 50 again.