South Florida Premieres
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8 pm
Sunday at 2 pm & 7 pm
Thursday & Friday at 8 pm: $45
Saturday at 8 pm: $55
Sunday at 2 pm: $50
Sunday at 7 pm: $40
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My Name is Asher Lev by Aaron Posner
adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok
November 23 - December 22, 2013
BEST NEW OFF-BROADWAY PLAY ~ Outer Critics' Circle Award
This huge hit, still running Off-Broadway, tells the powerful
story of a young student in post-WWII Brooklyn who is torn
between his Hasidic upbringing and the desperate need to
fulfill his artistic promise ~ against the will of family,
community and tradition. A stirring adaptation of a modern classic, it
presents a heartbreaking and triumphant vision of what it
means to be an artist.
"You should see it, your children should see it, everyone should see it!"
- New York Magazine
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Antony & Cleopatra by William Shakespeare
adapted by Tarell Alvin McCraney
January 10 - February 9, 2014
We are collaborating with two of the world's most prestigious
theaters – The Public in NYC and the Royal Shakespeare Company
in the UK – on what promises to be one of the most exciting
cultural events in our city's history! Adapted and directed by
Miami's own award-winning playwright, Tarell Alvin McCraney,
the production is set on the eve of the Haitian Revolution against
the French. It will open at Stratford-upon-Avon and then transfer to
Miami Beach – where our audiences will see it at the COLONY
THEATRE on Lincoln Road – before it moves to The Public in
New York. We will also be presenting free morning performances
for thousands of Miami-Dade County Public School students.
The Mountaintop by Katori Hall
March 15 - April 13, 2014
Best New Play 2010 ~ Olivier Award
After delivering one of his most memorable speeches on
the night before his assassination, Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr. retires to room 306 in the now famous Lorraine Motel
in Memphis. While a storm rages outside, a mysterious
young maid arrives with some surprising news – and King
is forced to confront his past and the future of his people.
"Wondrous, hilarious, and heart-breaking."
- The Independent
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang
May 17 - June 15, 2014
TONY AWARD ~ Best Play 2013
BEST PLAY 2013 ~ New York Drama Critics' Circle
OUTSTANDING PLAY 2013 ~ Drama Desk
BEST NEW PLAY 2013 ~ Off Broadway Alliance Award
This riotous comedy depicts a family gathering for an impromptu
reunion. Set in present day, the play takes characters and
themes from Chekhov's plays, pours them into a blender and
mixes them up. By the end of their unforgettable weekend, this
family won't ever be the same!
"Deliriously funny! The theater erupts in booming gusts of laughter that practically shake the seats!"
- The New York Times
The Whale by Samuel D. Hunter
July 19 - August 17, 2014
2013 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Play
2013 Drama Desk Special Award for Significant Contribution to Theatre
2013 GLAAD Media Award, Outstanding New York Theatre
On the outskirts of Mormon Country, Idaho, a 600-pound
recluse hides in his apartment eating himself to death. Big-
hearted and fiercely funny, the play is the story of a man's
last chance at redemption and finding beauty in the most
"An impassioned and arresting clash of minds and emotions! Equally dynamic and horrifying."
- New York Observer
The Performers by David West Read
September 20 - October 19, 2014
A provocative comedy about two high-school friends and the
women in their lives who reconnect at the Adult Film Awards in
Las Vegas. When the night takes an unexpected turn and
relationships are threatened, Chuck Wood, the hardest-working
man in the business, steps in to lend a hand. Sex, romance
and Barry Manilow intersect in this comedy about the ups and
downs and ins and outs of love and lust.
"THE PERFORMERS is like an early Neil Simon farce with an X-rated vocabulary!"
- New York Times
"Totally profane and exhaustingly funny!"
- Entertainment Weekly
All plays and dates subject to change.