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Margery Lowe, is an award winning actress, and proud member of the Actors Equity Association.
She most recently was seen in the highly acclaimed and sold-out run of “Brighton Beach Memoirs” at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Margery has performed in New York and across the country in various National tours, as well as at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The MUNY, Canadian Stage, The Fox Atlanta, Theatre Off Park, Sanford Meisner Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre of Maine, Kansas City Starlight, Stages St. Louis, Maine State Theatre, Stage West and many others. Other Florida credits include Palm Beach Dramaworks, Gablestage, Zoetic Stage at The Arsht Center, Caldwell Theatre Company, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Actors’ Playhouse, Naked Stage, American Stage, Florida Shakespeare, Royal Poinciana Playhouse, Parker Playhouse and Stage Door. As a company member of the famed Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Margery was a recipient of a Tyrone Guthrie Award. Honored with numerous nominations, she is a Carbonell Award winner, was named New Times Best Actress, and Broadway World Best Actress. She has worked in film and television, is a full time voice-over artist and a resident artist of The Dramaworkshop.

Margery Lowe News

Zoetic Stage and the Adrienne Arsht Center Presents WICKED CHILD World Premiere, January 11- 28

Zoetic Stage and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County will present the world premiere of WICKED CHILD, a thought-provoking play by Miami native David Rosenberg which explores a family's bonds as political ideology threaten to rip them apart.

THE MESSENGER Opens Next Week at Palm Beach Dramaworks

Hungarian Holocaust survivor Georgia Gabor (1930-1994) is the inspiration for The Messenger, a world premiere play by Palm Beach Dramaworks Resident Playwright Jenny Connell Davis. A meditation on the connections between past, present, and future, the play interweaves Gabor’s story with that of a young Asian American woman facing racial discrimination in this country in 2020.

JUST MY TYPE: Hot New Comedy By Boca Filmmaker Jill Melody Now Streaming Online

Boca-based filmmaker Jill Melody is busy celebrating her next big success—now streaming worldwide. The president of Punchline Productions and the founder of the Florida Comedy Film Festival is also the triple-threat producer-director-star of the mischievous new comedy JUST MY TYPE which is now available for viewing on both GooglePlay and Amazon Prime.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Play AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY Opens at Palm Beach Dramaworks, March 31

In the published version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning August: Osage County, playwright Tracy Letts prefaced the play with a lengthy passage from Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men. The quote was brought to his attention when it was read to the cast by the show's director on the very first day of rehearsals in 2007.

Chalfant, Morgan, Winer, and More Will Celebrate The Life Of Susan L. Schulman

On Saturrday, 11/12 at 2 PM EST, noted interviewer Richard Skipper will join forces with 15-year-old theater podcaster Charles Kirsch to celebrate the life of one of Broadway's best, veteran press agent Susan L. Schulman.

GableStage Presents HEISENBERG Beginning This Month

The Florida premiere of Heisenberg by acclaimed British playwright Simon Stephens opens October 28 at GableStage.

Silver Palm Award Honorees Announced

The Silver Palm Awards will be returning to The Addison of Boca Raton on October 17, 2022 at 6:30 p.m., when the recipients of this year's awards will be honored. The Silver Palms Awards were established in 2008, conceived to celebrate the work of theater artists who live in South Florida.

GableStage at The Biltmore Announces 2022-23 Season

GableStage, the Coral Gables based theatre company that has made its home in the Biltmore Hotel for over 24 years, announced its 2022-23 season. Five new productions, which illuminate the company’s mission of “confronting today’s issues and ideas” will account for 130 performances from October - July. Find out the full schedule and how to get tickets.

Palm Beach Dramaworks Presents THE BELLE OF AMHERST

Palm Beach Dramaworks closes out its 2021-22 season with The Belle of Amherst, William Luce’s popular one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson. Margery Lowe, who portrayed the enigmatic poet last year when PBD joined forces with Actors’ Playhouse for a streaming coproduction of the play, returns to the role and is again directed by PBD Producing Artistic Director William Hayes. 

Palm Beach Dramaworks Announces Updated 2021-2022 Season Schedule Featuring Two World Premieres and More

Palm Beach Dramaworks has modified its previously announced schedule and also selected the second of its two world premieres. Bruce Graham’s The Duration, which received an online reading in March as part of The Dramaworkshop’s Drama(in the)works series, was so well received that it’s moving on to a full, mainstage production.

Actors' Playhouse and Palm Beach Dramaworks Present Virtual Coproduction Of THE BELLE OF AMHERST

Actors' Playhouse and Palm Beach Dramaworks are proud to debut their virtual coproduction of William Luce's The Belle of Amherst today. The show was filmed on PBD's Mainstage, without the presence of an audience, and will be streamed now through April 6, 2021.

Photo Flash: First Look at Palm Beach Dramaworks/Actors' Playhouse Coproduction of THE BELLE OF AMHERST

For the first time in over a year, Palm Beach Dramaworks is in rehearsal for a production on its mainstage. The play is William Luce’s The Belle of Amherst, a one-woman show based on the life of poet Emily Dickinson, which PBD is co-producing with Actors’ Playhouse.

Actors' Playhouse And Palm Beach Dramaworks Present THE BELLE OF AMHERST

Actors' Playhouse Artistic Director David Arisco and Palm Beach Dramaworks Producing Artistic Director William Hayes have announced that their companies are joining forces on a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce's one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson.

Palm Beach Dramaworks and Actors' Playhouse Present THE BELLE OF AMHERST

Palm Beach Dramaworks Producing Artistic Director William Hayes and Actors’ Playhouse Artistic Director David Arisco are pleased to announce that their companies are joining forces on a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce’s one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson.

RICHARD SKIPPER CELEBRATES 50th Broadcast to Feature Children's Author Ruthie Darling

Richard Skipper celebrates the 50th Broadcast of Richard Skipper Celebrates with childrena??s author Ruthie Darling! Tune in below on Saturday Afternoon October 3rd at 3PM ET/12 Noon PT.

Palm Beach Dramaworks Announces DRAMALOGUE: TALKING THEATRE Featuring Estelle Parsons and More

Palm Beach Dramaworks has announced that in celebration of the company's 20th anniversary, its popular Dramalogue: Talking Theatre! series is back, having been transformed into a weekly virtual program that can be seen every Friday evening from 7:30pm to 8:30pm.

Palm Beach Dramaworks Announces Virtual Reading Of THE PEOPLE DOWNSTAIRS

Michael McKeever's The People Downstairs, commissioned by Palm Beach Dramaworks and scheduled to be the company's next world premiere, will be presented by The Dramaworkshop in two live, virtual readings on Wednesday, June 24, at 3pm and 7pm. Each reading will be followed by a virtual Q and A.

Palm Beach Dramaworks Presents A World Premiere Production ORDINARY AMERICANS

When television was in its infancy, few actors were as beloved as Gertrude Berg and few shows were as popular as The Goldbergs, the gentle comedy that she created, starred in, wrote, and produced. The program began on radio in 1929, and 20 years later became one of TV's earliest sitcoms. For her portrayal of Molly Goldberg, the matriarch of a Jewish family living in the Bronx, Berg was the first recipient of an Emmy Award for Best Actress.  

Photo Flash: Palm Beach Dramaworks Presents THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES

It's October 4, 1965, and Pope Paul VI is spending 14 hours in New York City, marking the first visit by a reigning pope to the United States. Millions line the streets to greet him and zookeeper Artie Shaughnessy, a wannabe Hollywood songwriter with big dreams and no discernible talent, joins the throngs in the hope that a papal blessing will help propel him out of Queens, away from his mentally ill wife, Bananas, and into a new life in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, Bunny Flingus. 

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