The South Florida Theatre League is excited to announce the return of Summer Theatre Fest. For the sixth season in a row, the League has sponsored readings of new plays by local playwrights at our member theatres from Jupiter to Key West.
It’s a great way for audience members to try a new to them location. All readings are free and open to the public.
The South Florida Theatre League launches Summer Theatre Fest with our annual membership meeting and this year will close the festival with the Remy Awards. Every Monday in-between is a reading of a new play (or multiple short plays).
For a map of locations, check out the Summer Theatre Fest brochure.
Summer Theatre Fest Reading Schedule:
Please note that some days will have multiple readings. Reading start times also vary by location.
June 4: Annual South Florida Theatre Meeting and Networking Event at Miami New Drama at 7:30 PM
June 11: Pale Blue Dot by Luis Roberto Herrera at Main Street Players at 7:30 PM
June 25: Stages of the Sun: Readings of New Plays by South Florida Theatre League Playwrights at MicroTheater Miami, various times
This reading will be done in the traditional MicroTheater set up, so multiple readings of short plays will be running concurrently within storage containers. Audience members can see as many or as few plays as they would like.
July 2: Student Stages of the Sun: Plays by Student Playwrights at Fantasy Theatre Factory at the Sandrell Rivers Theatre at 7:30
July 9: Sideways by Rex Pickett, TheatreXP at Red Barn Theatre, 7:30 PM
July 23: Malvolio by Betty Shamieh, the Cutler Bay Community Theatre at Thalatta Estate at 7:00 PM
July 23: The Unfinished Mystery by Various Playwrights at Mystery on the Menu at Empire Stage at 8:00 PM
August 6: Eyes That Don’t See, Corazon Que No Siente by Michael Leon at Miami New Drama at 7:30 PM
August 13: Radar Range by Maura Campbell, Fugitive Sister Productions at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center at 7:00 PM
August 20: WITH L by James Grippando, GableStage at 7:30 PM
The Remy Awards will close out Summer Theatre Fest. There is a $10 charge for the event. There will be a reception with a cash bar and a silent auction.