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SPOTLIGHT ON STAGE


Eleanor

Hannan

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ARSHT CENTER’S SEASON OPENS WITH THE PREMIERE OF THE OBIE AWARD-WINNING COMEDY “DETROIT”:

    Mary and Ben live in the suburbs near a mid-sized American community. Ben has lost his job as a bank loan officer and is starting a new job of operating an internet site to give help to people who are in debt. Mary and Ben are preparing to welcome their new neighbors Sharon and Henry with a backyard barbecue. They live in a rented house with no furniture. During the course of the play, the characters discuss many things like suburban living and upward mobility, espousal relationships and economic anxiety. Eventually the wonderful relationship gets out of control, affecting the lives of Ben and Mary and the way they used to live with unexpected very comical consequences. The tender misguided relationship between the two women, takes place when they take off for a weekend camping trip in the woods, but only get as far as the gas station. It shows how suburban women can live dangerously on a tightrope when bored. Although hilariously funny, Detroit offers a look into what takes place when we choose to be anything but ourselves. Irene Adjan, Chaz Mena, Matt Stabile and Betsy Graver complete the cast.

    Detroit premieres at the Arsht Center in the Carnival Studio Theatre on November 6th, through November 23rd, 2014. Tickets are $45 at the box office located at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Show times vary. For more info, call: (305) 949-6722.

 

PARKER PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL THAT IS ONE HILARIOUS SHOW:

    Bad jokes and catchy tunes all come together when Evil Dead: The Musical, winner of the 2007 Choice Award’s record breaking favorite show that everyone loves, takes center stage at the Parker Playhouse on November 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2014. Audiences will enjoy the most fun you can have at the theatre since being called the next Rocky Horror Show. Theatregoers from New York City to Las Vegas have been calling it one helluva night out, making it one of the craziest experiences of all time. If you choose to sit in the “Splatter Zone,” you will get drenched with showers of fake blood, guts and more. The dialogue contains strong language not suitable for children.

    The story tells about five college students who are good friends, who spend the weekend in an abandoned cabin in the woods, after accidently unleashing an evil force that turns them all into demons. Tickets are $36.50 and $73.50 at the Playhouse box office in person from Tuesday to Saturday from 12 Noon to 5 p.m. Located at 707 Northeast Eighth Street, Fort Lauderdale. For all other information, call: (954) 462-0222.

 

IMPRESSIONIST, COMEDIAN, AND VENTRILOQUIST TERRY FATOR WINNER OF AMERICA’S GOT TALENT TO APPEAR AT HARD ROCK:

    Fator is capable of performing more than 100 ventriloquist impersonations and uses 16 different puppets in his act. He received the million dollar prize as the winner of season two of America’s Got Talent. The beginning of his career dates back to fifth grade when he received his first dummy at ten years of age. In 2005, Fator decided to join his two talents, ventriloquism and impersonations together. He had one of the puppets sing Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places” and the audience went wild. From then on, he became so successful, he received standing ovations at the end of every sold out show. In 2008, Fator signed a five year $100 million dollar contract to perform every night at The Mirage on the Las Vegas Strip. At the 2008 Telethon, Terry’s puppet, Julius, sang The Platters song “Only You." American Idol Judge, Simon Cowell, referred to Fator as one of the most talented people on the planet. 

     Now see and hear this great talent at the Hard Rock Live on November 22nd, 2014 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $66 and up, in person only at the box office located on State Road 7 (US 441) Hollywood, parking is always free. For information, call: (954) 327-ROCK. Or: Ticketmaster.