Florida's Maltz Theatre Has I Love a Piano, Boy Friend, Full Monty and More in 2007-08 | Playbill

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News Florida's Maltz Theatre Has I Love a Piano, Boy Friend, Full Monty and More in 2007-08 The Maltz Jupiter Theatre artistic director Andrew Kato announced a 2007-08 season of varied programming for the Jupiter, FL, venue.

The fifth season on the theatre will include limited engagement performances and one-nighters, plus multiple performances of plays and musicals — including the musical revue, Irving Berlin's I Love a Piano (Feb. 12-17, 2008).

The season launches Nov. 19-20 with Robert Dubac's The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?

The upcoming staging of Sandy Wilson's The Boy Friend has already been extended by one week. It will play Dec. 4-23.

Single tickets for The Boy Friend, produced in association with the Riverside Theatre, as well as Bernard Slade's Broadway hit, Same Time, Next Year (Nov. 6-18); Smokey Joe's Café (Jan. 22–Feb. 10, 2008); The Full Monty (Feb. 26-March 16, 2008); and the Tony Award-winning Master Class (April 1-13, 2008) will all go on sale Aug. 3.

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra String Quartet, Shelley Berman, George Winston, Paul Williams, The Platters, Melissa Manchester and the reunion of the lead singers of the Temptations will be mixed into the eclectic season. Also expect Roger McGuinn, John Pizzarelli, Capitol Steps, Steve Solomon, Indian River Orchestra and more. Tickets can be purchased at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre box office, online at www.jupitertheatre.org or by phone at (561) 575-2223 or (800) 445-1666. Season subscriptions are also on sale.


The Maltz Jupiter Theatre opened in February 2004 as a 550-seat, nonprofit community-based regional theatre in the former Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre. The theatre is a member of the League of Resident Theatres. The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is located at 1001 E. Indiantown Road and State Road A1A in Jupiter.

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