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THE Nancies 2022

FLORIDA WEEKLY’S ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WRITER TAKES AN IRREVERENT LOOK BACK AT THE PAST SEASON


IT’S been a strange few years. Like you, I was so glad to see theaters and galleries and museums begin to reopen. I’ve missed you. I’m so glad you’re back. And now that there’s been a season to comment on, here is this year’s Nancies, my irreverent, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, totally idiosyncratic awards. I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write You […]

Broadway Palm announces 30th anniversary season


Broadway Palm has announced its 30th anniversary season which includes eight main stage productions, five productions in the Off Broadway Palm, four children’s theater productions (TBA) and five concerts. Individual tickets will go on sale on June 15. “Thirty years ago, my family and I dreamed of opening our largest dinner theatre ever and set our sights on Southwest Florida,” […]

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO

— Submit calendar listings and high- resolution photos to events@floridaweekly.com. Email text, jpegs or Word documents are accepted. No pdfs or photos of fliers. The deadline for calendar submissions is noon Saturday. Readers are advised to double- check with venues to ensure that events have not been canceled or rescheduled. THEATER A Girl’s Guide To Chaos – At the Centers […]

The Birds: A Parody opens June 3 at The Laboratory Theater of Florida

The Laboratory Theater of Florida will present the world premiere of The Birds: A Parody from June 3 to July 2. This laugh-out-loud parody features heroes battling evil birds with plans to terrorize humans based on the classic Hitchcock film. Wealthy San Francisco socialite Melanie Daniels pursues potential suitor Mitch Brenner to a quaint seaside town where all manner of […]

Spring Celebration with GO Divas coming this week

Gulfshore Opera’s regionally based women’s ensemble, the GO Divas, are now in their third season. This sought-after group will perform two spring concerts on May 19 in Punta Gorda and Sunday, May 22, in Naples, featuring rich harmonies, with piano accompaniment. Audiences will hear familiar music ranging from Mozart to the Beatles. Popular, upbeat melodies are interspersed with beautiful, classical […]

Crossword 5/19/2022

COUNTRY MUSIC

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HOROSCOPES

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A “tip” about a co-worker’s “betrayal” might well raise the Bovine’s rage levels. But before charging into a confrontation, let an unbiased colleague do some fact-checking. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although a relationship still seems to be moving too slowly to suit your expectations, it’s best not to push it. Let it […]

Lovely shades of spring in pink and green

COLLECTOR’S CORNER


I love when a column of mine elicits a response from readers. So it goes with Janet Ratner. You may remember that a couple of times last year, Ms. Ratner shared with us some of her collections — 1930s Shirley Temple glassware and textiles made with tobacco silks. She shares another tale of collecting, this time Depression-era glassware, which casts […]

Famous hand

CONTRACT BRIDGE

The scene was the 1947 Vanderbilt team championship. It was the last hand of the 36-board semifinal round match, and Dick Frey (South) had left with his team ahead after the 35th board to catch the 1:15 a.m. train for home. Jigger Dornbusch, a reserve member of the team, took Frey’s place for the final deal. Dornbusch was unaware that […]


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