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Artist Spotlight: Dustin Porta After sailing the Gulf Coast, writing a couple books, and looking for a new way to express himself, Dustin Porta found his niche through...

Oklahoma Smith: Adventure 101

Key West Theater presents “Oklahoma Smith and the Pantheon of Annihilation” Remember yelling, “No Indy, Don’t go in there!” at the movie screen? Obviously Chris Shultz and Michael...

Our Place: Community gallery opens its doors

The Upper Keys’ first communal art gallery - Our Place in Paradise - is celebrating its grand opening next month. The gallery will open for the first time...

One act plays at Key West Theater

New One-Act Plays by Florida Writers Premiere at the Key West Theater Did you know that Key West is about 129 miles away from the nearest Walmart? That...

‘Blackbird’ an emotional showcase

Lolita later Mike Mulligan is the oldest working actor in Key West and, at 70, doesn’t just choose any role. When he read the script for “Blackbird,” by...

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...

“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...

Key-West-to-Cuba Theatrical Exchange

‘Eclipse’ written by Cuban Jazz Vilá Key West’s relationship to Cuba is undeniably rooted in the 90-mile proximity to one another, but the thread of cultural ties has...

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...

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...