Photo Flash: Sneak Peek - SUMMER SHORTS at the Arsht Center
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2013

With great reviews and audiences laughing themselves silly, Summer Shorts plays just four more performances at the Arsht Center's Carnival Studio Theatre. Scroll down for a sneak peek at some of the shows! (more...)

'Benefactors' At Palm Beach Dramaworks
by Beau Higgins - Apr 24, 2008

Michael Frayn is an English playwright and novelist. He began as a reporter for The Guardian and The Observer after graduating college in 1957. His first novel, The Tin Men, was published in 1965 winning him his first of many accolades. His other award winning novels include Headlong, The Russian Interpreter and Spies. Considered to be Britain's finest translator of Anton Chekhov, he adapted four major plays along with several smaller plays for an evening called The Sneeze in London in 1988. Theatrically, Frayn is the playwright for such well received plays including Noises Off, Copenhagen, and Democracy, which won the Tony Award in 2000. (more...)

Michael Frayn's Award Winning 'Benefactors'
by Beau Higgins - Apr 7, 2008

'Benefactors' was first staged in London in 1984 winning the Olivier Award for Best New Play before its Broadway premiere in 1985. The original Broadway cast included Glenn Close, Mary Beth Hurt, Simon Jones and Sam Waterston and was nominated for two Tony Awards. (more...)