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                   “A NIGHT ON THE STRIP” OPENS

      From Soul to Swing, Kevin Black’s recent productions, created exclusively for the Stage Door Theatre, have had audiences on their feet and dancing. The Soul of Motor City, is Kevin’s tribute to the music of Motown, which was extended several times over the summer. His Swing, Swing, Swing! An assembled combination of Jazz and Swing classics were both highly recommended for Carbonell nominations.

      Black’s newest creation dives into the rich history that made the city of Las Vegas one of the hottest cities, from around the world, for entertainers. Featuring music from some of Vegas’ most memorable icons, from the Rat Pack and Elvis to the modern-day Cirque-type spectacles, to showgirls, headliners, and high-rollers to high-flying acrobatics and more, according to Black.

     The Musical Director/Arranger Ben Bagby is a master of his work and audiences will see his work shine more than ever in this show. The six vocalists, hand chosen by Black, bringing his vision of Vegas to life, are Daniel Bourgoin, Jar ’Devoin Brown, Arlene Coutee, Chantel Deshales, Gabrielle Graham and Brad Rakushin.

     The show will run from December 9, 2016 thru January 22, 2017. Tickets range from $38 to $42 at the box office located at 8036 W. Sample Road, Margate. Performances run from Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. matinees 2 P.M. For all information call 954-344-7765 or Carol Kassie at 561-445-9244. Online at www.stagedoorfl.org


      It’s all here, the Snowflakes, sugarplums, naughty little boys, and magical dolls to fascinate anyone. The Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida once more returns with the classic ballet “The Nutcracker” performed to Tchaikovsky’s popular music based on the tale of Ernest Hoffman.

     This unique production, choreographed  and directed by Ballet Master Vladimir Issaev preserves the Russian tradition and serves as an alternative to those who have already seen Baldachine’s version. This professional ballet company features renowned dancers in the principal roles such as Mary Carmen Catoya, Daniel Sarabia, Lillian Hill, Hinano Eto and Kazuya Arima, along with rising stars Janis Liu, Zihan Min, and Kevin Zong.

     The engaging choreography, from the fun of the party scene, to the harrowing battle scene, to the enchanting kingdom of the sweets, is a guarantee to entertain audiences of all ages. Not only is it the most popular ballet, enjoyed throughout the world this time of year, but it also serves as an introduction to ballet for the very young audience.

      The opening performance takes place on December 9, through December 11, 2016  at the Aventura Center and then moves on to the Parker Playhouse with a Nutcracker gala on Friday, December 16, offering a unique way to experience the magic of ballet while supporting the company’s programs.

      Attendees will enjoy a selection of wine and hors d'oeuvres, and the chance to bid on silent auction items that range from donations for weekend getaways, fine jewelry, and art pieces, followed by 2 more performances on December 17 and 18 to close the Nutcracker season.

    Treat your family with the best present you can give them. Share the excitement and charm of the great tradition of the holidays with Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida. Tickets at Aventura Center are $40 at the box office located at 3385 N E 188th Street, Aventura, online at www.aventuracenter.org, or call 305-466-8002.

     Tickets at Parker Playhouse are $15 to $100 at the box office located at 707 N E 8th Street, Fort Lauderdale, at www.ParkerPlayhouse.com  or call 954-462-0222. Performances are evenings at 7 p.m., matinees 3 p.m.



        Every mother dreams her children will grow up to be happy, healthy  and successful. Every Jewish mother secretly, and often not so secretly, adds specifics to her wish. A doctor, a lawyer, a dentist, or these days a Silicon Valley tycoon would make her very happy. Brad Zimmerman’s mother has finally adapted to actor-waiter son’s career choice and financial situation. “If all goes well, I think Brad is going to buy a  bookcase,” she boasts to her friends.

       My Son The Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy is the story of Zimmerman’s struggle to fulfill his dream and make it as a comedic actor in New York. One-part standup, one-part theatrical and all parts uproarious, has garnered  rave reviews  wherever it has played, including sold out runs at the Northshore Theatre in Skokie, Illinois, and the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey, this past summer.

      Zimmerman has paid his dues. He  spent 29 years waiting on tables, “temporarily” while at the same time chasing a career in acting and comedy. He tells of his pursuit, along with stories about his childhood, family, and misbegotten love life with great warmth, wit, self-deprecating humor, and wicked charm. While combining his years of training as an actor with his comedic talent, he also examines the trials and tribulations of waiting on tables.

     The show will open on December 15, 2016,  and run through January 9, 2017 at the Mizner Park Cultural Center located at 201 Plaza Real 2nd floor , Boca Raton. Tickets are $40 to $65 available by calling 844-448-769. Group rates  at 888-264-1788. Online at www.mysonthewaiter.com. Showtimes evenings at 7:30 p.m.  Matinees at 2 p.m.             


201 Plaza Real 2nd floor , Boca Raton        888-264-1788/ www.mysonthewaiter.com