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Gallery | 'Take Me Out' at Rising Action Theatre through Oct. 4

Take Me Out, the Tony-winning Broadway hit about a professional baseball player named Darren Lemming who suddenly announces he's gay, runs through Oct. 4 at Rising Action Theatre, 840 E. Oakland Park Blvd..

The Richard Greenberg play is well-acted by co-stars Laris Macario, Larry Buzzeo, Terry Cuzzort and Ted Dvoracek.

The show features the cast in several extended nude locker room/shower scenes, which may or may not have contributed to it being sold-out when I saw it Saturday night. Buy tickets in advance or risk being shut out.

Performances are Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.; Sundays at 7 p.m. Reserved-seat tickets are $35; a dinner package at nearby Primavera restaurant is $60 including the show. Visit the theater's website or call 800-595-4849 to buy tickets.

All photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff

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The cast takes bows after the performance.

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Co-star Terry Cuzzort (Shane Mungitt).

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Co-star Larry Buzzeo (Kippy Sundstrom) receives roses after the show.

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Co-stars Larry Buzzeo and Laris Macario (Darren Lemming) after the show.

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Rising Action Theatre artistic director David Goldyn, second from left, joins the cast.

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The backstage crew joins the cast.

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I told you I'm a regular reader of your blog. It was great seeing you.

Good seeing you Saturday night!

mr. steve,
this is louie, one of the casts from "take me out!" as kawabata.i'd really like to thank you for watching our show. im wondering if you have a write up for our play. thank you very much and more power!

Hi Steve. Thanks so much! Larry B

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