Arts

Building Key West’s Broadway

Building Key West’s Broadway

Michael Boyer, The Waterfront Playhouse’s Set Designer Behind every good play has to be a good set designer and Michael Boyer is such the man at The Waterfront Playhouse. An Illinois native, Boyer is one of those rare breeds who picked a career early in life and stuck to it. As a technical director and […]

“Murder for Two” plays at Red Barn Theatre

“Murder for Two” plays at Red Barn Theatre

For Everyone, An Instant Comedy  “Murder For Two,” playing at the Red Barn Theatre, is a mesmerizing, delightfully implausible,  old-fashioned good time. Imagine a full-production play with a dozen characters and musical score, but only performed by two actors. The charismatic leads are the playwright himself, Joe Kinosian, and Noel Carey, who bring to life […]

Artist Spotlight – Debbie Hess

Artist Spotlight – Debbie Hess

Debbie Hess didn’t know she had a dormant ability to create. It wasn’t until she took an art class after graduating South Dade Senior High school that her innate ability began to surprise her. She put off art, however, to continue a more fulfilling career as a recreational therapist, helping children with addiction, psychiatric disorders, […]

Hallelujah!

Hallelujah!

MCT’s show runs through Feb. 4 Take one abandoned church, marry it to the dream of a day spa, and blend in six wacky women and you have “Hallelujah Girls.” Marathon Community Theatre’s newest main stage production opens on Thursday, Jan. 12 and runs through Feb. 4. The Hallelujah Girls was written by Jones Hope […]

Bowersox to teach screenwriting

Bowersox to teach screenwriting

Course at TSKW starts in January Ever watched a movie and thought, “I can write a better movie than that!”? Well, why not give it a shot? All you need is a little expert guidance, right? You can get it from Key West screenwriter and playwright Bob Bowersox, who will once again be offering his […]

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Need a good laugh? It’s a must see Einstein and Picasso walk into a Parisian bar… It could have happened, but probably didn’t. Nevertheless, this hilarious Red Barn Theatre play illustrates the hilarity that might have ensued.  Imagine it is 1904, or somewhere around then. A young Albert Einstein, played by Marc Crown, has recently […]

Revisionist Art: Concert & Book Signing at TSKW

Revisionist Art: Concert & Book Signing at TSKW

Amanda Palmer, Jason Webley and Jherek Bischoff at The Studios Book signing to follow at Books & Books It’s hard to exactly pinpoint entertainer Amanda Palmer, simpler to check the box “all of the above.” Singer, songwriter, playwright, pianist, street performer, author and popular blogger, Palmer excels at being a Jack of all trades. She […]

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