Miami Micro-Theatre, Deathtrap at The Miami Beach Stage Door, Arsht Theatre Up Close, City’s In Their Own Words
Something New and Different in Miami
by Marj O’Neill-Butler
CCE Miami Micro-Theatre is presenting short plays in Miami. Here's the cool thing: you can pay by the play. So if you only have time to sit through one or two short plays, it will only cost you $10 ($5 each). A few are in English, but the bulk of the plays are in Spanish. Each play is performed six times a night, so if you want to have a drink at their outside bar on the loading dock in between shows, you won't miss the next play. (I'm told the drinks are affordable and served in big cups.) CCE Miami Micro-Theatre is located at 1490 Biscayne Blvd just north of the Arsht Center, and you can park in the garage on NE 2nd Ave between 14th and 15th Streets for $3.00.
Among the many plays, White Rose Miami is presenting An Error of No Time in English by Melissa Almaguer and Ivan Lopez.
For more information and the schedule of plays through July 8th, call the CCE (Centro Cultural Espanol) at 305.448.9677.
Broadway’s longest running thriller, Deathtrap, opens June 15 at the Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre. Written by Ira Levin, Deathtrap stars Clay Cartland, Glen Lawrence, Kevin Reilley, Elizabeth Sackett and Paula Sackett and is directed by Clayton Phillips. At the Byron Carlyle Theatre, 500 71st Street, Miami Beach through July 1st. 305-397-8977
The Adrienne Arsht Center announces its 2012-2013 Theater Up Close season in the Carnival Studio Theater featuring six artistic collaborations.
Three new co-presentations with Zoetic Stage: Doug Wright’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-Winning Play I Am My Own Wife, Zach Braff’s All New People and a comedy by Evan Smith The Savannah Disputation.
The House Theatre of Chicago returns for a third season with The Nutcracker, a fantastical expansion of a holiday classic.
The University of Miami’s Department of Theatre Arts returns for a second season with Girls vs. Boys, a new rock musical written by artists from The House Theatre of Chicago.
David Michael Sirois’ Carbonell Award-Nominated Brothers Beckett, a co-presentation with the Alliance Theatre Lab.
Award winning playwrights, Leslie Ayvazian and Christopher Durang will be reading from their own works in City Theatre’s In their Own Words at the EPIC hotel in downtown Miami on Saturday, June 16th at 6:00 pm. Half the proceeds from In Their Own Words will be donated to the South Florida Theatre League. http://www.southfloridatheatre.com 954-557-0778
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