Solares Hill calls The Drowsy Chaperone ”the best musical comedy ever produced — probably in the history of the world — with 18 brilliant, mostly mad characters, an icebox and a Murphy bed … the most astonishing collection of character actors ever seen assembled on a local stage in the past two decades … let’s simply say ‘hip, hip hooray.'” We say: get your tickets now for the biggest hit in Waterfront Playhouse history. Now playing through March 30.
Conch Color calls “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks” the most touching show in ages — a heart-warming comedy. Don’t miss the show that’s getting standing ovations every night at the Waterfront Playhouse. Starring Joy Hawkins and Denis Hyland. Now through February 16, 2013.
Konk Life called it “an amazing combination of musical comedy and serious social commentary. ‘Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks’ is a world-class show not to be missed!” Joy Hawkins stars as a formidable retired widow living in a Florida condo who hires an ex-Broadway chorus boy (played by Denis Hyland) to give her private dance lessons. Although it’s hate at first sight, they eventually learn unexpected lessons about friendship and life. Part comedy, part drama and part cha-cha-cha. Come see the show that’s getting a standing ovation every night at the Waterfront Playhouse. Now through February 16. Go to WaterfrontPlayhouse.org for tickets and vido clips from the show.
“Solares Hill” called it “brilliant” and “poignant.” “It will make you laugh and laugh and laugh. And then, very gently, it will break your heart.” Come see what the audience and critics are raving about. Now playing at the Waterfront Playhouse in Key West through February 16, 2013.
Take a Hitchcock masterpiece, mix with some Monty Python, sprinkle with theatrical razzle dazzle, bake on high energy and you […]
The show is astonishing, spectacular, hilarious. Simply one of the best productions in the past two decades of Key West theater. “Angels in America,” “Urinetown,” “Match,” a few others — sure, they’re contenders. But all in all, on the stage and, behind it, director and Waterfront artistic director Danny Weathers, has kicked ass all the way to Miami with this amazing, and amazingly challenging, show.
“The 39 Steps,” is now wowing audiences at the Waterfront Playhouse through January 12. This hilarious take on Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic 1935 movie is really about the magic of theater as only four actors create an entire “movie experience” live on stage. Variety said “‘The 39 Steps “is a giddy display of theatrical invention” and The New York Times called the show “theater at its finest.”
Make sure you get your tickets soon for “Typhoon Judy” at the Waterfront Playhouse (April 5-13, 2013) — this show […]
Mark Howell says that “Hy Conrad in his “Home Exchange,” now playing at Waterfront Playhouse, has come up with a whole new genre that can only be called “murder farce.” Read the complete review in Solares Hill right here.
KONKLife says that Home Exchange “knocks it out of the park”, calling it an “exciting and very funny mystery play.” Written Hy Conrad (writer/producer of “Monk” and “White Collar”), Home Exchange runs now through May 26 at the Waterfront Playhouse in Key West.
The Award winning Waterfront Playhouse on Mallory Square, is please to announce their On The Edge series. "With the theatre located On The Edge of the water as well as most productions chosen and designed to be performed On The Edge of the stage, it seemed like a winning title", said Managing Artistic Director Tom Thayer. Although a few productions, such as the upcoming musical The Rocky Horror Show will have more production value, the majority of productions, such as Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, The Informer, Bash, and Trunk Material 2 are created and designed to be performed simply.
Another difference in On The Edge productions is the time.
The Award winning Waterfront Playhouse on Mallory Square, is please to announce their Main Stage series. "With the theatre located Main Stage of the water as well as most productions chosen and designed to be performed Main Stage of the stage, it seemed like a winning title", said Managing Artistic Director Tom Thayer. Although a few productions, such as the upcoming musical The Rocky Horror Show will have more production value, the majority of productions, such as Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, The Informer, Bash, and Trunk Material 2 are created and designed to be performed simply.
Another difference in Main Stage productions is the time.