Summer Programs for All Audiences
Sounds of Summer
Stages Productions

June, July, and August
at the Don & Ann Brown Theatre
As summer rolls in and the weather heats up in South Florida,
Palm Beach Dramaworks provides the perfect escape with
dynamic summer programs for all ages.
Sounds Of Summer
Three diverse live concerts featuring favorite local artists and a rising star     

June 19 (8pm)
A ukulele virtuoso and songwriter, Taimane plays everything from Bach to rock, flamenco infernos to tribal hymns, with passion, ferocity, and sensuality. Widely known to Hawaiian audiences since she was a child, she is now performing on the international stage to roaring crowds and rave reviews. Taimane brings her trio (ukulele/vocals, classical guitar, and percussion) to PBD in her South Florida debut.
You can check out her remarkable skills on youtube:

The Lubben Brothers:
June 21 and 22 (8pm), June 23 (2pm)
The Brothers will perform genre-blending acoustic folk music that highlights their roots: Irish/Celtic fiddle tunes, John Denver, Woody Guthrie, and spirituals. Audiences of all musical backgrounds delight in the Brothers' fusion of classical, pop, newgrass, and Americana, represented best in the main focus of their shows -- their original music.

Jill and Rich Switzer:
August 2 and 3 (8pm), August 4 (2pm)
The dynamic duo of the Morning Lounge on Legends Radio 100.3 FM, along with some surprise guests, will pay tribute in word and song to some of their favorite Great American Songbook artists, including a centennial celebration of Nat King Cole.
The Lubben Brothers
Jill and Rich Switzer
TheAcademy@pbd Presents Edges :
June 28 and 29 (7pm), June 30 (2pm)
A beautiful musical about self-discovery and coming of age by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Tony and Oscar-winning composers of Dear Evan Hansen , La La Land , and The Greatest Showman .
The Academy@pbd is a summer program for teenagers that provides them with the opportunity to appear in a musical or play focusing on social issues and concerns relevant to the world today. The program offers rigorous training to both actors and stage managers in a safe, positive environment. 
Stages Productions Presents Charlotte’s Web :
June 15 (11am & 1pm) and June 16 (11am)
Based on E.B. White’s best-selling children’s paperback book of all time, Charlotte’s Web tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with an extraordinary barn spider named Charlotte. When Wilbur is in danger of a trip to the butcher, Charlotte is determined to save him. Her ingenious plan ultimately ends with the now safe Wilbur doing what is most important to Charlotte. A beautiful, knowing play about friendship, sacrifice, compassion, and bravery.

Stages Productions Presents The Ugly Duckling :
July 13 (11am & 1pm) and July 14 (1pm)
Born bigger and different than the other hatchlings, the ugly duckling is ridiculed by his brothers and sisters, rejected by the other ducks, and eventually shunned by the entire barnyard. The little bird leaves home, embarking on a rollicking journey through hecklers, hunters, and hilarious hijinks only to discover that the beauty he was seeking was inside him all along. Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s beloved fairy tale.

Stages Productions is a professional theatre ensemble specializing in bringing exciting educational programming to over 150,000 people each year. Established in 1988, this Tampa Bay-based company has helped to redefine professional standards in family theatre.
Charlotte's Web
The Ugly Duckling

Sounds of Summer:
Taimane: $25
(Use code EARLYBIRD to save $5 per ticket)

The Lubben Brothers: $35
Jill & Rich Switzer: $35
(Purchase tickets to both The Lubben Brothers and Jill & Rich
and save $5 per ticket)

Edges : $15 Students / $30 Adults

Stages Productions:
Charlotte’s Web and The Ugly Duckling : $15
For more information contact the box office at (561) 514-4042, or visit

Palm Beach Dramaworks is a non-profit, professional theatre and is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the South Florida Theatre League, Florida Professional Theatres Association, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

The Don & Ann Brown Theatre is located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, at 201 Clematis Street.