“Home Sweet Funeral Home” Ten Minute Plays, The Kinsey Sicks in “Erectile Disfunction”, The Guava Rugelach Festival “Tropical Jewish Sound”, "Red, Hot, and Blue", a revue of the great songs of the 30s and 40s, “Cuban Pig Out 2 at PAX”
The Alliance Theatre Lab presents its first annual ten-minute play festival Home Sweet Funeral Home written by and starring South Florida talent. Written by Andie Arthur, Mark Della Ventura, Christopher Demos-Brown, Tony Finstrom, Alexandria Iona, Marjorie O’Neill-Butler, Mariah Reed and David Michael Sirois. “The inspiration for this project came from A. R. Gurney’s ‘The Dining Room’ mixed with a little 48-Hour Film Festival. Eight ten-minute plays all sharing the same set, which is a funeral home. On top of that, each playwright was given a line of dialogue and prop, both of which must be incorporated into the play,” says Della Ventura. Directed by Mark Della Ventura and David Michael Sirois, and starring: Anne Chamberlain, Mark Della Ventura, Rayner Garranchan, Alexandria Iona, David Sirois, Natasha Waisfeld and Breeza Zeller, along with Barry University students, Jovon Jacobs and Stephanie Meskauskas. Previews Wednesday, September 5, runs September 6 – 23, 2012 Home Sweet Funeral Home, The Pelican Theatre at Barry University, 11300 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores. To make reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com or call305-259-0418. To purchase tickets visit www.ticketleap.com and search Home Sweet Funeral Home 'www.thealliancetheatrelab.co
The Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet Kinsey Sicks kicks off the election fun with Electile Dysfunction: Kinsey Sicks for President on Saturday, August 25 at 8 p.m. in the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. “On the campaign trail to become the first corporation to become President of the United States, the Kinsey Sicks sing in four-part harmony their views on education, immigration, unemployment, scandal, sex, corruption, airport security, drilling and social networking. They will perform original songs such as "Sell the Poor," "Eliminate the Schools" and their campaign anthem, "Vote for Me (I'm Not From Kenya)." This production contains adult language and subject matter.” The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is located in the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District at 201 SW Fifth Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. 954/462-0222 www.BrowardCenter.org.
The Guava Rugelach Festival “Tropical Jewish Sound” runs Thursday August 30 through Sunday September 2 at next@19th. The Tropical Jewish Sound features musical genres from the Ladino songs of Spain mingled with Flamenco to pop songs of the twenties, Klezmer for Kids to Klezmer jamming with Latin beats, hidden classical gems and and spirituals of the South. Performances by Shir Ami Ensemble, Second Avenue Jewish Chorale, Lloyd Reshard, Klezmer Company Orchestra, Susana Behar and Alejandra Czarny. Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/ 800-838-3006. Next@19th, 137 NE 19th Street, Miami. 305-542-7732
KCC Productions and the City of Sunrise presents Wendy Pedersen (Southern Bell/Pace“Jazz Artist of the Year”) and Lisanne Lyons (featured with the Woody Herman Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson, and Arturo Sandoval amongst others) in "Red, Hot, and Blue", a revue of the great songs of the 30s and 40s, August 31, 8 PM at Sunrise Civic Center Theater, 10610 West Oakland Park Blvd. With Jim Gasior, piano, Rick Harris, trumpet and vocals, Josh Allen, bass. Tickets 954-747-4646. http://www.kccproductions.com
Palo! Afro-Cuban Funk at Cuban Pig Out 2 at PAX - Performing Arts Exchange, Sunday September 2, 4 – 11 pm. A Cuban pig roast with a performance by PALO. A Miami-centric celebration of Labor Day; a funky twist on a traditional Guateque Campesino. Proceeds benefit Life is Art, supporting the arts in South Florida. PAX is directly under the 1-95 overpass at 337 SW 8th Street, Miami. 305-640-5847 http://www.paxmiami.com/ http://www.lifeisartfest.org/
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