• 'The Producers' Directed by Mark Martino

    Mel Brooks’ multi-award winning musical, “The Producers,” will run from January 10 through 29, 2017 at the Maltz-Jupiter Theatre, 1001 Indiantown Road, Jupiter. Sponsored by Jane Napier and William W. Napier, tickets start at $56.

  • 5 Tips To Consider Before You See “Hamilton”

    Tickets to “Hamilton” on Broadway are practically impossible to purchase—especially on a journalist’s meager earnings—so, I’ve had to wait like everybody else to see the most talked about show in recent memory.

  • Maltz Jupiter in South Pacific

    Wow! Wow! And wow again! The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is closing its 2017/18 season on March 25 with a must-see production of “South Pacific.” Tickets start at $58. For show times and other information call 561-575-2223 or visit

  • Musical Pokes Fun at Marriage Equality During Pride Week

    “Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.”

  • Op-Ed: Hamilton Hits Home Because it is Our Own Story 

    (Mirror) I can’t think of a better show that mirrors America more than ‘Hamilton.’ You see, Hamilton is a show about an immigrant.

  • 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: Lavish ‘Les Miserables’ - PPTOPA Triumphs With Epic Musical

    The Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts (PPTOPA) is a community theater that has never shied away from challenging material, evident in their impressive production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd” some years ago. But with their current show, they’ve reached beyond the complex rhythms of Sondheim to tread new ground with the operatic spectacle of “Les Miserables,” a production that is a glorious triumph.

  • Sexy Musical Still Making Audiences Blush

    Forty years after its Off Broadway premiere, Earl Wilson, Jr.’s musical, “Let My People Come,” still has audiences snickering and blushing at its frank sexual content.