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The Week Ahead: July 26 to Aug. 1

Jul 25th 2016

The Week Ahead: July 26 to Aug. 1

Political satirists address our electile dysfunction, album covers provide a canvas for a local artist, and a chilling play revisits a childhood trauma. Plus, African art, "Zero Days" and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: July 12 to 18

Jul 11th 2016

The Week Ahead: July 12 to 18

The Crest's Sci-Fi Summer starts an intergalactic war, The Norton celebrates Bastille Day, and "Red Eye" offers an eclectic antidote to the summer slow-down. Plus, Flight of the Conchords, Frank Caliendo and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: June 21 to 27

Jun 21st 2016

The Week Ahead: June 21 to 27

Boca's emo god gets back to basics, the Klezmer Company Orchestra reimagines a musical masterpiece, and Mizner Park celebrates International Yoga Day. Plus, The Cure, "De Palma," Lachlan Patterson and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: May 24 to 30

May 23rd 2016

The Week Ahead: May 24 to 30

A Delray event combines pinot and paintbrushes, the Harid stages the best of Russian ballet, and a cerebral boxing drama pulls actual punches. Plus, "The Flick," Memorial Weekend comedy, Israeli dancing and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: May 17 to 23

May 16th 2016

The Week Ahead: May 17 to 23

An award-winning comedian picks up the pieces after a miraculous recovery, Mizner Park goes "Old School" and Swedish skate-punks return to form. Plus, Pink Talking Fish, Dom Irrera, "The Lost Boys" and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: May 3 to 9

May 03rd 2016

The Week Ahead: May 3 to 9

truTV jokers prank Fort Lauderdale, Florida Grand Opera re-imagines an Italian classic, and local short plays premiere in Boca. Plus, Joel McHale, Cypress Hill, Cinco de Mayo fun and more in your week ahead. Read More

The Week Ahead: April 13 to 18

Apr 13th 2016

The Week Ahead: April 13 to 18

Country music fans plan for a toes-in-the-sand weekend, the Morikami celebrates a Japanese spring, and edgy Outre Theatre turns a Victorian poem into a theatrical tour de force. Plus, Pentatonix, David Cross, "I Love a Piano" and more in your week ahead. Read More


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