Out of the hundreds of submissions received, eight short plays were selected for their Florida debut at Carrollwood Players Theatre's One Act Weekend, May 18-20. Produced by Victoria Richards and David Fraga, One Act Weekend was like going to a taste testing before a wedding. You get to sample a bunch of different flavors to decide your favorite.BWW Previews: No More Waiting, Godot Opens at Ruth Eckerd Hall May 17, 2018
Darci Lynne Farmer has accomplished more in thirteen years than most complete in a lifetime. She overcame powerful shyness by using puppets and ventriloquism to allow an audience to hear her beautiful voice. She stood on a stage in front of millions and watched as judge Mel B hit the golden buzzer during her flawless performance of George Gershwin's "Summertime" with puppet Petunia, sending her to the live show of America's Got Talent.BWW Review: Starship Boobieprize and STAR CHIX Soars into Dunedin Community Theatre May 6, 2018
I've been to movies where the audience interacts with the actors on screen, but never have I been to a play like that. Surprisingly, it wasn't disruptive. It almost felt natural. The patron interaction to 'The Foreigner' was nearly as comical as the play. Director Miguel E. Rodriguez warned that (paraphrasing here) if we have half as much watching as he did directing, then we were about to have a fun night.BWW Review: LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL is an Outstanding Production at New Tampa Players April 21, 2018
There's a saying - go big or go home. For the tenth anniversary of the center - for the very first time combining the talents of 44 members of MAS Community Theatre, and 22 chorus and band members under the direction of Mary Jo Hahn, and the Carrollwood Winds concert band under the direction of Joshua Hobbs - directors Paul Berg and Aaron Washington went HUGE.