Slow Burn Theatre Co.

  • ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown‘ in Town

    Tony Award-winning “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” is in town, presented by Slow Burn Theatre Co. and Broward Center.

  • Announcement: Water Chlorination Continues

    The City of Fort Lauderdale will continue its water chlorination until Sept. 15. This impacts the water service of residents in Wilton Manors and Oakland Park. Fire hydrant flushing will be taking place in conjunction with the water chlorination to ensure that the chlorine is distributed throughout the water system. For more information, call 954-390-2190.

  • Last Chance to See Bonnie and Clyde

    Slow Burn Theatre’s latest musical “Bonnie and Clyde” ends this weekend in West Boca. But don’t fret the show will be moving to the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center for a one weekend run Feb. 12-15.

  • Mirror: Hunchback: For Whom the Bell Tolls

    Bells are tolling for Slow Burn Theatre Company, but not the ominous bells that inspired Ernest Hemingway’s classic novel. Instead, the company is recreating the massive tower bells of the famed Notre Dame cathedral at the Broward Center for the southeast regional premiere of Disney’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”

  • Mom of Transgender Student Denied Locker Room Access Tells Their Story

    Chicago (AP) – The mother of a transgender high school student said her daughter has suffered greatly after being banned from a suburban Chicago girls’ locker room, the family’s first comments since the U.S. Department of Education found the school district had violated her rights.

  • Review: Five Things to Like About Slow Burn’s ‘High Fidelity’

    “Lists” play a key role in “High Fidelity,” the short lived Broadway musical set in the 1990s about a 20-something young man who owns the last record store in the city — yes, we’re talking vinyl — in a new production from Slow Burn Theatre at West Boca High School.

  • Review: Slow Burn Plays ‘Chess’ to a Draw

    Amy Miller Brennan and the cast of Slow Burn Theatre’s production of “Chess” Credit: Gemma Bramham

    Who could have predicted that old Cold War tensions would flare up in Ukraine when Slow Burn Theatre Co. announced a spring production of “Chess,” the ‘80s rock opera from Benny Anderrson and Bjorn Ulvaes of ABBA and lyricist Tim Rice?

  • SFGN Nites for the Week of September 9-15, 2015

  • Slow Burn Graduates with “Big Fish” at Broward Center

    Slow Burn Theatre, the plucky local troupe that got its start five years ago at West Boca High School, has graduated—with honors. The company made its much anticipated debut last weekend in the Broward Center’s Amaturo Theater with a laudable production of “Big Fish.”

  • Slow Burn Has a Winner with “Spelling Bee”

    No matter how you spell it, Slow Burn Theatre has a W-I-N-N-E-R with its latest production, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which opened last weekend at the Broward Center.

  • Slow Burn Offers “Unsinkable” Production

    In his curtain speech on opening night, Slow Burn Theatre artistic director Patrick Fitzwater threw out a spoiler to the packed house in the Broward Center’s Amaturo Theater.

  • Slow Burn Offers Song Cycle for Millennial Generation

    Slow Burn Theatre in Boca Raton has gained a reputation for tackling edgier new musicals. This weekend, the company presents the regional premiere of “Edges,” a song cycle from the young composers of “A Christmas Story,” “Dogfight” and television’s “Smash.”

  • Slow Burn Revives “Carrie: The Musical”

    Bad things always seem to happen to Carrie. The awkward title character in Stephen King’s novel was the victim of vicious bullying and she would unleash her wrath using telekinetic powers. Despite a successful 1976 film adaptation starring Sissy Spacek, there was no happy ending, especially when Broadway producers got a hold of the story.

  • Smooth Sailing for Slow Burn’s ‘Disaster!’

    If the plucky cast of Slow Burn Theatre Co.’s latest production, “Disaster! A 70s Disaster Movie…Musical” was experiencing nerves last week, they surely didn’t let on for the sold-out audience in the Broward Center’s Abdo New River Room.