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Empire Stage
1140 N. Flagler Drive Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304
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The weather was A little chilly. I wore Slacks, long sleeved top and had to wear a sweater inside as i was under an AC vent..
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The weather was rainy. I wore classic clothes but casual is fine..
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"The Twentieth-Century Way"
7 ratings
4.6 average rating
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18 events
8 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 17 2012

This is a great show !! Goldstar is a genius !

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12 events
7 reviews
8 stars
attended Aug 23 2012

Excellent acting. Well written play. I enjoyed the twist of words. I was entertained every minute. I marvelled at how the actors could remember their lines. Hope to see more from this new company.

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Mitchell Grant
16 events
6 reviews
8 stars
attended Aug 31 2012

Acting was superb but dialogue went so fast and furious, it was hard to keep up with story line. It did amaze me how such talented actors could memorize so much dialogue and change characters. Accents of characters needed work but easily...

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The Twentieth Century Way was awarded the 2011 PEN Award for Drama and the 2010 NY International Fringe Festival Award for Overall Excellence in Production of a Play, garnering critical accolades from publications like the New York Times and Variety. Based on a little-known incident in history, this theatrical thrill ride explores the collision of reality and fantasy as two actors, auditioning for a film, end up juggling roles that eventually lead to entrapment of homosexuals for “social vagrancy” in the Long Beach, California of 1914.

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.