Facts of Life: The Lost Episode: All-Male Cast Recreates '80s Sitcom
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The last date listed for The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode was Sunday August 4, 2013 / 5:00pm.
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Buckle up for a wild night of theater as Island City Stage and Miami City Theatre take six actors, eight playwrights, four directors and a design team, and set them loose to create a night of provocative, funny and thoroughly entertaining short plays with an LGBT bent. Part of City Theatre's Summer Shorts Festival, which has been called "Florida's best summer show" by BroadwayWorld.com, Shorts Gone Wild brings you vibrant theater in an intimate theatrical space. A quickly rising star in the theater world, the young Island City Stage has already racked up several awards, including six Carbonell Awards for its 2013 production of The Timekeepers. Learn More
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This play is a riot - a laugh a minute - very cleverly done, with reverence to "The Facts of Life" program and its time period as well as some up-to-date references. The acting is great, I would say, suitably over-the-top, and the song & dance numbers are extremely well done. Highly recommended for a fun evening.
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Acting was superb !! Loved the intimacy of this neighborhood theater as well.
I felt the play could have been equally as entertaining without the extreme sexual overtone. Sometimes it's nice to just go out for a night of laughter without all...continued
The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode does not incorporate actual episodes. This is a new comedy inspired by the beloved sitcom.
*Running Time: *90 minutes with intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Empire Stage
Empire Stage is an artist-driven collective that produces new and existing works, originating from both the New York City and South Florda theatrical communities, for the diverse audiences of Ft. Lauderdale, including the LGBT and Senior populations.