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Actors' Playhouse rounds out its 25th season

Rated P for Parenthood logoActors' Playhouse in Coral Gables opens Steven Dietz's comedy Becky's New Car on Friday evening (it'll run through June 3), but executive director Barbara Stein and artistic director David Arisco have been multi-tasking, putting their 25th anniversary 2012-2013 season together piece by piece.

The last piece of the puzzle, an Off-Broadway revue titled Rated P for Parenthood, will wind up the new season in the summer of 2013.  The 90-minute, four-performer show chronicles the funny, frustrating challenges of raising kids from infancy to independence. 

Rated P for Parenthood will run July 10-Aug. 11, 2013, finishing off a season that begins with Godspell Oct. 10-Nov. 4.  Next is Jason Robert Brown's musical The Last Five Years (Dec. 5-30), followed by Jon Robin Baitz's current Broadway hit Other Desert Cities (Jan. 16-Feb. 10).  The South Florida regional theater premiere of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning In the Heights runs March 6-April 7, followed by Ken Ludwig's comedy The Fox on the Fairway (May 8-June 2, 2013).

Subscriptions range from $185 for previews to $435 for the theater's lavish opening nights.  Actors' Playhouse performs at the Miracle Theatre, 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables.  For information, call 305-444-9293 or visit www.actorsplayhouse.org.