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Carbonell AwardsISLAND CITY STAGE is proud to be the WINNER of 6 Carbonell Awards for it’s production of The Timekeepers by Dan Clancy – the most awards received by any production for 2013! A CLEAN-SWEEP!

  • Best produciton of a Play – THE TIMEKEEPERS
  • Best Director – MICHAEL LEEDS
  • Best Actor –  MICHAEL McKEEVER
  • Best Lighting- PRESTON BIRCHER
  • Best Scenic Design – MICHAEL McCLAIN
  • Best Sound Design – DAVID HART

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'Joan Crawford' Laugh Out Loud Funny

'Joan Crawford' Laugh Out Loud Funny

It's Island City Stage and the house is packed. As it has been since opening night. And as it will be right through the end of the extended run of Who Killed Joan Crawford? It's time for a killing. Or two. Or three. And it's certainly time for laugh out loud funny.
Island City Stage’s ‘Joan Crawford’ Cranks Up The Camp

Island City Stage’s ‘Joan Crawford’ Cranks Up The Camp

At Island City Stage, the world premiere of playwright Michael Leeds’ Who Killed Joan Crawford? is campy, clever, and the kind of inventive fare that ICS loves to take chances on.
THE TEN BEST STAGE SHOWS IN BROWARD AND PALM BEACH OF 2015

THE TEN BEST STAGE SHOWS IN BROWARD AND PALM BEACH OF 2015

Island City's "hot hand" continued with a string of unimpeachable successes.
Shorts Gone Wild Is Rainbow Of Gay-Themed Plays For Everyone

Shorts Gone Wild Is Rainbow Of Gay-Themed Plays For Everyone

Unrestrained laughter and some moistened tear ducts typify the audience reaction to most of these plays that examine 21stCentury life for LGBTQ citizens in an evolving society where gay marriage is finally recognized by the Supreme Court. But these tales should resonate with people of any sexual identity because the underlying issues dig into how all human beings cope with each other.
The call of 'Shorts Gone Wild 3'

The call of 'Shorts Gone Wild 3'

The joint effort by Broward County's Island City Stage and Miami-Dade's City Theatre is all hijinks and heart, and yet more settled and assured. Throughout the seven playlets, topics range from silly and sanguine to warm and touching. There is a feeling that the playwrights don't know it all, that the impulse to wrap things up neatly after 10 minutes isn't as forced as in seasons past. And even though the pieces have disparate textures and colors — eight very different playwrights are represented — there is a completeness and a finish that is quite satisfying. After playing Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale through Sept. 6, the show will move to the Fillmore Miami Beach for a Sept. 10-13 run.
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