By Best-Selling Author Laurence Leamer
Directed by Steve Scott
Starring Linda Reiter
Winner: Best Actress!
November 29 to December 23, 2017
An intimate portrait of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, Camelot’s “queen mother,” as she retraces the rise and fall of her great family. Based on never-before-heard interviews compiled by distinguished Kennedy biographer Laurence Leamer, returning to the stage after a sold-out Chicago and Off-Broadway run!
3.5/4 Stars “REVELATORY…terrific…fascinating”
Highly Recommended! Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
“Enchanting…Charming…MOMENTS OF MAGNIFICENCE” The New York Times
By Douglas Post
Starring Simon Slater
Nominated for Best Actor!
January 24 to February 18, 2018
Set in 1957 London, this suspenseful noir mystery follows a photographer who's been hired to follow and snap pictures of a beautiful showgirl. After witnessing her murder, he shifts to finding her killer, leading him through a labyrinth of suspects, including a suspicious hustler, a nefarious magician, and a saxophone player with something to hide...
“Richly layered...brilliantly serpentine...wholly astonishing...flawless...nothing short of irresistable.”
Highly Recommended! The Chicago Sun-Times
"Holds the spectator in its thrall" The London Telegraph
Squeeze My Cans
Written by and Starring Cathy Schenkelberg
Directed by Shirley Anderson
April 11-22, 2018
Following her sold-out Chicago run, Ex-Scientologist Cathy Schenkleberg tells all in this no-holds-barred, tour-de-force performance about her journey through, and escape from, the world’s foremost intergalactic religion.
“Told with masterful fluidity and hilarious jabs
...does more than debunk L. Ron Hubbard's creation”
Highly Recommended! Chicago Reader
“Extremely impressive...laugh-out-loud funny”
Highly recommended! L.A. Splash
Truman and the Birth of Israel
By William Spatz
March 21-April 8, 2018
From humble beginnings as a poor farmer, soldier, and failed businessman to the unimaginable: President. Thrust headlong into global turmoil, Truman and the Birth of Israel tells the real story of how one Kansas man's unlikely rise to power changed the future of the Jewish people forever.
A world premiere play from Chicago playwright William Spatz
Forum Productions and the Greenhouse Theater Center Proudly announce
our 2017-18 South Florida Season:
Three Chicago Hits and an exciting World Premiere
Performing at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center
201 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432 - miznerparkculturalcenter.com
Join us as we bring the best of Chicago to Boca Raton, with productions that were nominated for a cumulative five Joseph Jefferson Awards! From an intimate portrait of Rose Kennedy in Hyannis Port to a hair-raising suspense mystery in the streets of London, and from the depths of Scientology to a world premiere geopolitical epic, there’s something for everyone in this terrific season. Tickets are only $28-66 each.
Subscribe and save! A 4-play flex pass is just $158 (less than $40/ticket!), and a 3-play flex is just $132. Subscribers are invited to our opening night events, rehearsals, and receive additional exclusive discounts and invitations.
Group Sales: Bring your group to Mizner Park! Groups of 10-19 save 10%, and groups of 20 or more save 20% on all tickets. Group buyers also save on ticketing fees, and will have a welcome sign in our lobby. Catering, events at nearby restaurants and additional entertainment available for groups of up to 200. To book discounted group tickets, click here. To arrange for discounted ticketing and special arrangements (dinner reservations, receptions, post-show conversations, etc.) contact Alexis Radeke via email here or by phone at (312) 515-1011.
Mizner Park Cultural Center
201 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, Florida, 33432
We are honored to be performing at the distinguished MPCC complex in Boca Raton.
Glades Road Exit East. Head east on Glades Road to US 1/Federal Highway. Make a right turn onto US 1 / Federal Highway and head south for approximately a 1/2 mile. The Mizner Park Cultural Center will be on the east (left) side of the street (see map for entrance).
FROM THE TURNPIKE
Take exit #44 Palmetto Park Road/FL-708 E. Travel east on Palmetto Park Road to US 1 (Federal Highway). Turn left onto US 1. The Mizner Park Cultural Center will be on your right (see map for entrance).