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David McKibbin

David McKibbin is ecstatic to share his love of theatre with the world by writing for BroadwayWorld.com. David holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre with a Minor in Voice Performance from the University of Florida (#GoGators). He currently interns with Pierson Grant Public Relations in Fort Lauderdale. Previously, David has written reviews for the U.F. Chapter of The Odyssey Online and published press releases for the U.F. School of Theatre and Dance. At U.F., David also performed in productions of Spring Awakening, The Comedy of Errors, and La Boheme, in addition to singing in various vocal ensembles. David previously sang  as a professional chorister and cantor at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Delray Beach, FL, and has served as a judge for Florida State Thespians at the middle and high school level for the past two years. Follow David on Twitter at @DMcKibbinBWW.

 

 




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Posted: Jul. 18, 2020


Take Flight on 'A PLANE TO SOMEWHERE' with Maplewood Playhouse via Zoom
October 20, 2020

Written by Marcia Weston, A Plane to Somewhere follows two widows who experience loneliness and frustration during their golden years. Sadie Goldberg lives with her daughter and son-in-law, whose bickering family have become dependent on her Social Security checks.  Mary O’Shea lives in the deafening silence of her lonely apartment. The two women meet at New York’s LaGuardia Airport, where they “people watch” to escape to the outside world. As a bonding between the two women develops, pasts and emotions are shared.  Bittersweet memories are brought to the surface, and their friendship is strengthened each time a plane leaves for its next destination. 

Social Distancing Doesn't Stop Kids From Making It On Broadway
July 18, 2020

Following the spread of COVID-19, theater training programs throughout South Florida were faced with the challenge of maintaining a safe and sanitary environment for students to reach their Broadway dreams.

Maplewood Playhouse Hosts Zoom Workshops with Broadway's Talia Suskauer
May 31, 2020


Measure for Measure Theatre Presents ANGELS IN AMERICA Free Virtual Reading (CANCELLED)
April 13, 2020

Measure for Measure Theatre, which recently postponed its production of Island Song due to the threat of COVID-19, will be presenting a virtual play reading of Tony Kushner's Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes Friday, April 17 through Sunday, April 26 via Facebook Live.

Measure for Measure Theatre's Production of ISLAND SONG Postponed, PIPPIN Cancelled
March 13, 2020

On March 12, State Director of Emergency Management Jared Moskowitz advised that 'municipalities cancel all major gatherings in their jurisdictions until further notice.'

Meet Composer-Lyricist Sam Carner at Sunrise Civic Center (CANCELLED)
March 11, 2020

Audiences are invited to attend a special talkback with award-winning musical theater writer Sam Carner on Friday, March 13 at the Sunrise Civic Center. The talkback will take place following an 8 p.m. performance of his musical Island Song, staged by Measure for Measure Theatre. This talkback is an ideal opportunity for playwrights, songwriters and performers to learn about working in New York theater. He and fellow songwriter Derek Gregor form the songwriting team of Carner and Gregor. As collaborators, Carner and Gregor are best known for the musicals Island Song and Unlock'd, Measure for Measure Theatre's production of Island Song is the musical's Southeastern Regional Premiere. Island Song will run from Thursday, March 12 through Sunday, March 29.

Measure for Measure Theatre Stages Regional Premiere of 'ISLAND SONG' At Sunrise Civic Center
February 11, 2020

This poignant, off-beat dramedy follows five 20- and 30-somethings as they take on New York City over the course of a year. These young hopefuls must work through their own complex relationships with ambition, distraction and the desire to connect.

Maplewood Playhouse Stages Jason Robert Brown's THE LAST FIVE YEARS
January 2, 2020

Maplewood Playhouse presents The Last Five Years at Stage West on the Lake Worth campus of Palm Beach State College from Thursday, January 9 through Saturday, January 11.

Four Palm Beach County Shows Announced To Ring In The New Year
January 2, 2020

2019 has brought Palm Beach County a slew of high-quality productions. From Having Our Say at Primal Forces to A Streetcar Named Desire at Palm Beach Dramaworks to The Music Man at the Wick. Audiences can still expect to see great theater throughout 2020, even during its first month. If your New Year's Resolution is to see more live theater, don't miss these four shows.

Theatre Arts Productions (TAP) Stages 'ROALD DAHL'S JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH' at Wellington High School
January 2, 2020

Based on the classic children's book of the same name, Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach tells the story of a young boy and his human-sized insect friends as they travel across the ocean in an oversized peach.

Theatre Arts Productions (TAP) Launches TAP SHORTS: A Festival of Short Plays
December 13, 2019

Theatre Arts Productions (TAP) will stage TAP Shorts, an evening of short plays written, performed and directed by up-and-coming artists. This festival will take place on Saturday, December 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Standing Ovation Performing Arts.


Maplewood Playhouse Stages Jason Robert Brown's THE LAST FIVE YEARS
December 11, 2019

Maplewood Playhouse presents The Last Five Years at Stage West on the Lake Worth campus of Palm Beach State College from Thursday, January 9 through Saturday, January 11.


Theatre Arts Productions (TAP) Stages 'ROALD DAHL'S JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH' at Wellington High School
December 5, 2019

Based on the classic children's book of the same name, Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach tells the story of a young boy and his human-sized insect friends as they travel across the ocean in an oversized peach.


BWW Review: THE MUSIC MAN at The Wick Theatre And Costume Museum
December 1, 2019

The Wick has taken some enormous risks in the areas of performance and design when staging The Music Man. While there were some minor technical glitches on opening night, this production will continue to grow as it completes its run which was just extended to December 28.


Four South Florida Shows To Ring In The Holiday Season
November 20, 2019

With Thanksgiving, Chanukah and Christmas just around the corner, here are some shows that can put you in the holiday spirit. These musicals, ranging from classic fare to recent Broadway hits, are the perfect stocking stuffers for your family, your friends, or even for yourself.




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