1901 N. Federal Highway
Hollywood, FL 33020
Performing at South Broward High School Drama Department (Oct 3 - Oct 4)
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Wit, a play by Margaret Edson, focuses on the life of Vivian Bearing, a scholar of 17th Century poetry who finds herself diagnosed with stage four metastatic ovarian cancer. Through a series of flashbacks, Vivian Looks back on her time both as a student and as a professor, through which she finds true meaning behind the words of John Donne and of mortality itself, Armed with her wit and shape tongue, Vivian faces her demons through irony and poetry, allowing herself to truley feel for the first time.
A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the South Florida Cancer Association.
Pre-sale Tickets at www.SBHSdrama.com are only $5
Door tickets are $10
The South Broward High School drama department was awarded many top honors in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Their extensive list of accomplishments started at The Florida Theater Conference, where their one act play received straight superior ratings, and KiDane Kelati received the best supporting actor of the entire state festival. The first musical production of the year, entitled Next to Normal, was phenomenally received, and was selected for an exclusive performance at the State Thespian Festival in Tampa. At the district individual events competition, the troupe received a record 18 superiors, which included a jaw-dropping two "critic's choice" selections. In addition, one piece was selected as the best "critic's choice" in the entire district, and received the honor of performing in the opening showcase of the state competition for an audience of 7500 people. Finally, at the district one act competition, the one act play entitled The Pillowman, received straight superiors and was selected to also perform at the state festival. This is the second year in a row that South Broward has received this honor.