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500 71st St. Miami Beach, FL 33140 | Mid/North Beach |
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    It's the weekend, and you don't have any plans yet? Uganda Be Kidding Me. No, really, Chelsea Handler is in town performing her Uganda Be Kidding Me tour as part of the South Beach Comedy...
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    In his award-winning play Jeffrey, first produced off-Broadway in 1993, playwright Paul Rudnick (who wrote the screenplay to Hollywood's In & Out) dipped his sifter into that veritable comic...
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    In his award-winning play Jeffrey, first produced off-Broadway in 1993 and opening at Miami Beach Stage Door this week, playwright Paul Rudnick dipped his sifter into that veritable comic...
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  • Calendar: Highlights
    Lily Harrison is a retired firecracker of a woman living in her gulf-front condo in St. Petersburg. And all she wants, in her twilight years, is to learn to dance the waltz. And the foxtrot....
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    Tired of the Miami hustle and bustle? Get caught up in the drama of the New York streets with Guys and Dolls, performed through January 8 at the Byron Carlyle Theater. In a pantomime of...
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    Guys and Dolls is the timeless Tony Award-winning Broadway musical about Nathan Detroit and Sky Masterson, two cool cats with a penchant for gambling and pinstriped zoot suits. Looking for a...
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    It's fitting that the Broward Stage Door launched its new Miami home at the Byron Carlyle with the musical Suds. The old theatre is a monolith of nostalgia. It's a large block of granite...
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    The Broward Stage Door Theatre company etched a name for itself on stages in Coral Springs and Wilton Manors by tackling some of Broadway's bigger, more lavish productions and winning a 2011...
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