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Calendar Of Events Theater

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Written by on March 27, 2003

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Thursday 3/27

SECRETS OF THE UNIVERSE

The Dreamer Who Unlocked the Secrets of the Universe, written by Miami playwright Manuel Martinez, takes audiences into the future as life adventures, Biblical number codes and prophecy outline our destiny. Performances through April 20 at Dreamers Theatre, 65 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables. $20. Details: (305) 445-2626.

A NEW BRAIN

Mosaic Theatre presents the musical, A New Brain, based on the book by William Finn and James Lapine. On stage through April 13 at the Mosaic Theatre, 12200 W. Broward Blvd., Building 3000, Plantation. Tickets $15-$25. Details: (954) 577-8243.

CONTINUING

SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, by Richard Alfieri follows an aerobic dance instructor’s first assignment with a feisty minister’s wife with a flair for dance. These two foxtrot, tango and tangle their way through an assortment of lessons throughout April 13 at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, 3500 Main Highway, Coconut Grove. Tickets $35 for previews, $40 for weeknights and matinees; $45 Friday and Saturday nights. Details: (305) 446-3857.

THE CREDEAUX CANVAS

A bittersweet play by Keith Bunin about art, its practitioners, purchasers and parasites will run through March 30 at the New Theatre, 4120 Laguna St., Coral Gables. Tickets run $25-$35; students $5. Details: (305) 443-5909.

X’D: CONFESSIONS OF A MORMON BOY

Coconut Grove Playhouse presents Steven Fales’ eye-opening story about his failed attempt at overcoming his same-sex attraction, resulting in his divorce and excommunication from the Mormon church. Previews for the one-man show through March 6, and will run through May 11. Coconut Grove Playhouse, 3500 Main Highway, Coconut Grove. Tickets $25 for weeknights and matinees; $30 Friday and Saturday nights. Details: (305) 446-3857.

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