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Sexual Perversity in Chicago

David Mamet's 1974 play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, takes the audience back to a time when women's rights, drugs, and sexual freedom were in the forefront and political correctness was nonexistent. Prepare for exposed flesh, a cacophony of curse words that would make George Carlin proud, and frank discussion about...
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Sexual Perversity in Chicago, David Mamet's 1974 play, takes the audience back to a time when women's rights, drugs, and sexual freedom were in the forefront and political correctness was nonexistent. Prepare for exposed flesh, a cacophony of curse words that would make George Carlin proud, and frank discussion about...
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Brutal Youth

12 years ago by Brandon K. Thorp
Alan Browne was not a beatnik, so far as I know, but Robert Hooker is. And it's not just the goatee — it's the way Mr. Hooker's Sol Theatre Project can occasionally spit in the face of its own limitations and blast off to Elsewhere. This doesn't happen all the...
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A Kiss to Build a Dream On

16 years ago by Ronald Mangravite
Producing theater is something akin to surfing. Hard work and talent don't always make for success -- you gotta catch the right wave. Most of the time, shows roll in and out of production with unremarkable regularity and less impact. But once in a while, a tsunami hits. That's a...
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Daytime Trauma

13 years ago by Elias Stimac
Everyone has hurdles to overcome, but playwright Wendy Hammond really stacks the deck against her main characters in Julie Johnson. These Hoboken housewives not only have to deal with abusive partners, unruly kids, financial woes, and nasty smoking habits but they're uneducated (one can't even balance a checkbook) and openly...
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Bitter Lemon

14 years ago by Ronald Mangravite
If you were ever in doubt about theater's ability to provoke, check out Aunt Dan & Lemon, a creepily ambivalent play about sex, fascism, and the malevolent power of ideas, now at the Sol Theatre in Fort Lauderdale. But be warned: While the show asks some troubling questions, it's up...
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Home, Home on Durang

12 years ago by Brandon K. Thorp
Written by Christopher Durang. Directed by Robert Hooker. With Julia Clearwood, Erynn Dalton, Jenna Gavaletz, Jeff Holmes, Daivd Tarryn-Grae, and Jeison Tomi. Presented through June 2 at the Sol Theatre Project, 1140 N. Flagler Dr., Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-801-9207, or visit www.soltheatre.com.
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Political Poontang

10 years ago by Brandon K. Thorp
Listen: It's going to be extremely hard for me, as a happy gay man, to sensibly assess Sol Theatre's production of The Vagina Monologues. I'm aware that gay men become gay for different reasons — hormones in the womb, an exposure to community theater, or brie at some critical developmental...
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Sol Theatre ruts, while Florida Stage takes wing

11 years ago by Brandon K. Thorp
I do not like Mart Crowley anymore. Crowley is the old queen who rocketed to worldwide fame and acclaim with the 1968 play The Boys in the Band — and who spent the next 40 years trying to remain, and occasionally succeeding at remaining, relevant. According to Sol's director, Robert...
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Chronicles of Roman Numeral X

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SciFi/Fantasy
Written by Max "Son of John" Landis, Chronicle playfully transcends its "Cloverfield meets Heroes" pitch. Brimming with passive anger over his mother's terminal illness and his father's drunken abuse, Seattle loner Andrew (Dane DeHaan) buys a cheap camcorder and records every banal whim with his cousin Matt (Alex Russell). Andrew brings his new...

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