Ft. Lauderdale: Drama On-Stage and Off

Ft. Lauderdale: Drama On-Stage and Off

As the temperature cools and the theatre and tourist seasons both begin to build to a crescendo in Ft. Lauderdale, you are guaranteed no shortage of interesting sights and sounds.  For example, the lovely lady below is pictured  in her ‘smaller’ glasses; the ones she wore into the restaurant were twice that size. I’m serious.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Thursday, I finally got to check out Naked Women Fully Clothed by Women’s Theatre Project at Sixth Star Studios.  A full review is forthcoming. The show closes on November 15, so catch it while you still can.

On Friday, I saw Peaches at Revolution. The show reminded me of just how dramatic concerts can be.  Peaches the provocateur and her sidekicks donned countless costumes, many of them outrageous, such as their opening attire: she looked like a cross between Cousin It and an evil Native Indian spirit, and the two guys dancing next to her, who were also Cousin Itish, looked more like faceless androgynous Barbies.

Peaches also played “the trust game” with the crowd.


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