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Delray Beach Playhouse

 950 NW 9th St. Delray Beach 561-272-1281



A Talent for Murder

What if Agatha Christie had become the intended victim in one of her own mysteries? That is the premise of this witty and constantly surprising comedy-mystery about a world famous mystery writer named Anne Royce McClain who learns that her life is being threatened by someone in her own household.

Oct. 5 - 21.


The Sount of Music

The Sound of Music tells the true story of Maria Von Trapp as recounted in her autobiography. Set in Salzburg in 1938, this musical play tells how Maria, a free-spirited young postulant at the Nonnberg Abbey, becomes a governess in the home of Capt. George Von Trapp.

Nov. 30 - Dec. 16.


Ethel Waters: His Eye is on the Sparrow

This musical biography tells the story of one of America’s greatest entertainers, the legendary Ethel Waters. Born in abject poverty to a teenage rape victim, Ethel Waters worked her way to Vaudeville, then to Broadway and to Hollywood.

Jan. 25 - Feb. 10.


The Last Romance

A new comedy by Joe DiPietro. The “romance” of the title refers to the unlikely relationship that develops between two senior citizens. Ralph is an 80-year-old widower and Carol is a 70-year-old widow. Neither has imagined there might be the time or opportunity to find another love in their lives.

March 22 - April 7.



The leading character is a bright, funny, loyal, mischievous female named Sylvia. She is also a dog, who becomes the third party in a domestric triangle that includes Greg and his wife, Kate. If you’ve ever owned a dog, loved a dog, or wished your dog had its own apartment, you will understand why Greg falls for Sylvial.

May 17 - June 2.


Lake Worth Theatre

713 Lake Avenue Lake Worth




The King and I

A boy-meets-girl plot is woven into the context of British Imperialism in Asia. It is also the story of a clash between cultures and the dynamics between Great Britain and the Orient. The King of Siam invites an English governess to come to his country and teach the children of his many wives about the modern world. Yet he himself resists changing his traditional role.

Oct. 5 - 21.


The 1940s Radio Hour

The play portrays the final holiday broadcast of the struggling Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade as it takes to the air during WW II. It’s the story of a harassed producer whose lead singer is often drunk, a delivery boy who wants to bebehind the mic, a second banana who dreams of singing ballads and a sound effects man who chooses a fighter plane over Glenn Miller.

Nov. 15 - Dec. 2.


The Drowsy Chaperone

If you’ve ever sat in a dark theatre and thought, “Dear Lord in heaven, please let it be good,” this is the show for you! It begins when a die-hard, musical-theater fan plays his favorite album on his turntable. The musical literally bursts to life in his living room, telling the rambunctious tale of a brazen Broadway starlet trying to find, and keep, her true love.

Jan 17 - Feb. 3.


The Foreigner

This comedy revolves around Englishman Charlie Baker and Staff Sergeant Froggy LeSueur. Charlie is so pathologically shy that he is unable to speak. Froggy claims that his companion is the native of an exotic country who does not understand a word of English. Soon, Charlie finds himself privy to assorted secrets and scandals freely discussed in front of him by others.

Feb. 28 - March 17.



The show traces the life of the huckster P.T. Barnum from his first sideshow act through his partnership with James A. Bailey. At the center is the relationship between P.T. and his wife, Charity who attempts to tame her wild husband. He finally convinces her but curtain’s close that the world desperately needs his particular brand of hogwash.

April 11 - 28.


Maltz Jupiter Theatre

1001 East Indiantown Jupiter

(561) 575-2223




This biodrama reveals the outrageous antics and brilliance of one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Set in 18th-century Vienna, Amadeus portrays the flamboyant genius, as seen through the eyes of his jealous rival, composer Antonio Salieri. This spectacle comes alive with majestic costumes and timeless symphonies.

Oct. 30 - Nov. 11.


The Music Man

This classic American musical takes us on a toe-tapping adventure with fast-talking salesman Professor Harold Hill, who convinces the townspeople of River City, Iowa that they need a band, instruments and uniforms. His plans to skip town with their money comes to a crashing halt when he falls in love and has to face the music.

Nov. 27 - Dec. 16.


Singin' in the Rain

A romantic comedy overflows with splashy song-and-dance numbers, including glorious songs such as “Good Morning,” “Make ‘Em Laugh” and the title number, “Singin’ In the Rain.” The golden age of movie musicals comes alive as we follow silent movie actor Don Lockwood’s journey into the talkies of the late 1920s.

Jan. 8 - 27.



Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for best play, Doubt examines the blurry line between reality and gossip, discipline and compassion, truth and doubt. Filled with the intensity of a good mystery and unexpected twists and turns, this powerhouse drama will keep audiences guessing until the final curtain.

Feb. 5 - 17.


Thoroughly Modern Millie

Thoroughly Modern Millie tells the story of a small-town girl who travels to New York City to marry for money instead of love. Come relive the roaring 1920s in this Tony Award®-winning musical featuring jazz, thunderous tap dancing, frisky flappers and dashing leading men!

March 5 - 24.


Palm Beach Dramaworks

201 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach

(561) 514-4042



Talley's Folly

In this beautifully wrought Pulitzer Prize-winning "No-holds-barred romantic story," two mismatched, wounded souls open up to each other and grab their last chance at love.

Oct. 12 - Nov. 11


A Delicate Balance

A well-to-do suburban family's life is upended when friends, seized by a nameless terror, come to live with them in this unsettling, darkly comic Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.

Dec. 7 - Jan. 6.


A Raisin in the Sun

In this powerful, classic drama, a substantial insurance payment could have life-changing consequences for a poor black family living on Chicago's South Side in the 1950s.

Feb. 1 - March 3


Exit the King

An incompetent, 400-year-old king has just 90 minutes to live, but refuses to be convinced of his imminent demise or cede control in this absurdist comic romp.

March 29 - April 28


Dance at Lughnasa

The Mundy sisters make the most of their simple existence in rural Ireland in this poignant, Tony Award-winning memory play, told from the perspective of the youngest daughter's son.

May 24 - June 16


Boca Raton Theatre Guild

The Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park
301 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton

561 948-2601




When a middle-aged, suburban couple moves back to New York City, their lives are upended when the husband adopts a most unusual canine.

Sept. 28 - Oct. 14.



All that Jazz! The classic musical comedy featuring merry murderesses, flamboyant flappers and crooked lawyers set in the vaudeville era.

March 1 - 17.



Sol Children Theatre Troup

Sol Children Theatre
3333 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton





Oct. 26 – Nov. 11


The Commedia Pinocchio

Dec. 21 – 23


The Ash Girl

Jan. 18 – Feb. 3


Disney on Broadway & Musical Theatre Comedy Revue Concert

February 22 – 24,


All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten - a musical

May 4 – 19


Beauty and the Beast the Broadway Musical

August 9 – 25


Crest Theatre

51 N. Swinton Avenue. Delray Beach

561 243-7922 x1



Titanic - The Musical

A national tour revival honoring the 100th anniversary of the ill-fated journey. Winner of five Tonys, this musical recounts the dreams, hopes and aspirations of those aboard the Titanic.

Nov. 16 - 18


Fiddler on the Roof

This family show is considered one of the great works of the American musical theater. It is a universal story of love, hope and tradition.

Feb/ 21 - 24


Biloxi Blues

Neil Simon’s 25th play to reach Broadway follows the Eugene Jerome as he navigates his basic military training duromg World War II. Considered one of Simon’s best plays.

March 22 -24


Delray Beach Center for the Arts

Shakespeare at the Pavilion

51 N. Swinton Avenue Delray Beach


A Midsummer Nights Dream

Take Heed Theater Co.'s production features 5 actors playing all the roles in this tangled tale of love and fantasy. Take Heed is known for fast-paced, high-energy productions that respect the poetry and language of the Bard, while having a few laughs at his expense. Free program

March 28 - 31, April 4 -6


FAU - Studio One

777 Glades Road Boca Raton

800 564-9539



Thérèse Raquin

Psychological drama that tells the story of an unhappily married young woman who enters into a tragic affair with a friend of her selfish and overbearing aunt.

Sept. 28 - Oct. 7


Summer and Smoke

A simple dramatic love story between two people with vastly divergent attitudes toward life.

Nov. 7 - 18



A suspenseful drama that tells the story of a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a young man convicted of blinding six horses.

February 15 - 24



Set at the time of the Peloponnesian War, Lysistrata is a story about an Athenian housewife who organizes a strike among Greek women urging them to refuse having sex with their husbands until the men end the war.

April 12 - 21


The Arts Garage

180 NE 1st Street Delray Beach



Kravis Center for the Performing Arts                    
Broward Center for the Performing Arts                    





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Talley's Folly kicks off Palm Beach Dramaworks Season

poster for talley's follyWEST PALM BEACH — Lanford Wilson’s romantic comedy, Talley’s Folly, will launch Palm Beach Dramaworks’ 2012-13 season on Oct. 12 at the Don & Ann Brown Theatre on Clematis Street. The production will run through Nov. 11. Preview performances are set for Oct. 10 and 11.

Talley’s Folly follows the unlikely sweethearts, Matt Friedman and SallyTalley, as they once and for all settle their feelings for each other and grab their last chance at love. Set in 1944 in Lebanon, Mo., Talley’s Folly is part of the trilogy of Talley plays that also includes Fifth of July and Talley & Son.

J. Barry Lewis will direct the production, which features Erin Joy Schmidt and Brian Wallace. Set design is by Michael Amico, costume design by Brian O’Keefe, lighting design by Ron Burns, and sound design by Matt Corey.

Palm Beach Dramaworks’ season will continue with A Delicate Balance (Dec. 7 - Jan. 6), A Raisin in the Sun (Feb. 1 – March 3), Exit the King (March 29 – April 28), and Dancing at Lughnasal (May 24 – June 16).

Sol Children Theatre Troupe holding auditions

BOCA RATON — The Sol Children Theatre Troupe is will hold auditions for its production of The Ash Girl later this month. Auditions are by appointment only for actors 10 and older. There will be a large cast and all roles are available. Rehearsals for the play will begin in November for January performances. For details and to schedule an appointment, call 561 447-8829 or contact Sol Children by email.

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