Empire Stage, the intimate performance space in Fort Lauderdale, is a busy place this season – just like its namesake, New York, the “Empire State.”
Pig Do Fly Productions, a company that features mature actors and themes, is back March 3 – 19 with “Cemetery Pub,” a comedy by Tom Dugan and “inspired by actual rumors.”
Speaking of goofy geriatrics, “The Golden Girls Gone Wild,” a parody written and directed by Keith Dougherty, makes a stop at Empire Stage, March 24 – April 9.
Island City Stage’s Andy Rogow directs “Tru,” April 14 – May 7, Jay Presson Allen’s acclaimed one-man Broadway play about the scandalous life of Truman Capote. The show is a collaboration with Baran-Bookman Productions.
Harvey Fierstein’s “Casa Valentina,” rounds out the season, May 12 – 28. David Simson directs this ensemble comedy about a group of men who gather at a secluded resort to dress in drag.
For more information and tickets, go to EmpireStage.com.