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Miami, FL 33155

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Cultural Arts Center
10950 SW 211 Street
Cutler Bay, FL 33189
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Cuban Spring by Vanessa Garcia

World Premiere   -   September/October 2014
Penned by local playwright Vanessa Garcia, this family drama revolves around secrets, identity crisis of a separated generation, and the sacrifices one must go through to live in democracy.

The Gospel According to Jerry
by Richard Krevolin & Irwin Kula

Florida Premiere   -   November/December 2014
A life changing relationship sparks between a Rabbi and a Gospel singer when neither of them are able to move forward without the other's support.

Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose

January/February 2015
A 1954 American Classic. The drama depicts a jury forced to consider a homicide trial. As in most American criminal-cases, the twelve men must unanimously decide on a verdict of "guilty" or "not guilty". (In the justice systems of nearly all American states, failure to reach a unanimous verdict, a so-called "hung jury", results in a mistrial.) Several of the jurors have different reasons for discriminating against the witness: his race, his background, and the troubled relationship between one juror and his own son.

Women Playing Hamlet by William Missouri Downs

Rolling World Premiere   -   April/May 2015
A hysterically funny and moving new work. Utilizing an all female cast, this clever new work by quickly gaining recognition playwright, William Missouri Downs, follows a flawed actress who wrangles with being cast as the archetype role of Hamlet.

Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris

June 2015
In response to Lorraine Hansberry's play A Raisin in the Sun; it portrays fictional events set before and after the Hansberry play and is loosely based on historical events based in the city of Chicago. This wickedly funny and fiercely provocative play about race, gentrification, real estate, and the volatile values of eachwon nearly every honor the theatre has to give, including the Olivier Award, the Evening Standard Award, and the Pulitzer Prize.



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