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  • 14 years ago | Stage

    A Picasso: Picture this: Bearlike Pablo Picasso sits in a dark stone cellar amid stacks of paintings, staring intently at his beautiful female model, who happens to be a Nazi official. As the woman begins to disrobe, Picasso sketches furiously, an...

  • 14 years ago | Stage

    A Picasso: Reviewed in this issue. Through May 2. Coconut Grove Playhouse, 3500 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove. 305-442-4000. Flyin' West: Set in 1898, Flyin' West follows three black sisters who've left the South and struck out on their own, settling i...

  • 14 years ago | Stage

    Catering to obsessed foodies who crave tasting menus, and battling boorish socialites who demand priority seating, Sam Peliczowski mans the telephone lines booking reservations at a wildly popular Manhattan restaurant. In Fully Committed we meet S...

  • 14 years ago | Stage

    The Homestead Act of 1862 inspired large groups of former slaves to leave the South following the Civil War and create a number of all-black towns in America's wide-open Midwest and West. Many of those settlers were unmarried or widowed women who ...

  • 14 years ago | Stage

    This satire on life in America's heartland may be suggestive of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood, but it's a sure bet its authors weren't thinking of the poet when they created it. Greater Tuna began in 1982 as an impromptu party skit but ended up b...

  • 14 years ago | Stage

    Blind Date: Last year the New Theatre scored an incredible coup when it commissioned Nilo Cruz's surprise Pulitzer winner Anna in the Tropics. This year lightning may have struck a second time as the New Theatre has delivered another masterpiece o...

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