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KING JAMES

By Rajiv Joseph

November 1 – 24

“King” LeBron James’ reign in Cleveland brings promise, prosperity and renewal to a city in desperate need of all three. It also brings together two unlikely friends in a bond forged by fandom. Told over twelve years (from LeBron’s rookie season to an NBA Championship) King James is a clever, fast-paced comedy by Pulitzer Finalist Rajiv Joseph. Actor Melvin Huffnagle stars in this intimate chronicle of two friends whose turbulent relationship is best navigated through their shared love of basketball. A Miami Premiere.

“…shoots and scores!” – New York Stage

 

BOTH SIDES NOW: THE MUSIC AND LIVES OF JONI MITCHELL AND LEONARD COHEN

by Danielle Wertz and Robbie Schaefer

December 13 – January 5

This intimate theatrical cabaret, developed at Washington D.C’s Signature Theatre, weaves together the lives and iconic music of long-time friends and one-time lovers, Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen. Featuring thirteen songs that soundtracked generations of collective yearning including A Case of You, Hallelujah, Big Yellow Taxi, Suzanne and Who By Fire, Both Sides Now examines the messiness of being human and the struggle to stay connected. Starring and written by Frost School of Music alum and award-winning jazz vocalist, Danielle Wertz and rock-folk musician Robbie Schaefer. A Regional Premiere.
 

“… intimate, sophisticated, and remarkably enlightening.”

– BroadwayWorld

APPROPRIATE

by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

January 31 – February 23

Straight from Broadway, this darkly comic American dra- ma by Pulitzer Finalist and Obie Award winner, Jacobs-Jen- kins, invites audiences to one helluva family reunion! It’s summer in Arkansas and the cicadas are singing. When the Lafayette family returns to their late patriarch’s home to manage the remains of his estate, things take a turn. When an estranged brother appears late one night and mysterious objects are discovered among the clutter, long-hidden secrets and buried resentments can no longer be contained and the family is forced to face the ghosts of their past. A Miami Premiere.

“A brilliant, blistering, outrageous play…” – The New York Times

SUMMER, 1976

by David Auburn

March 28 – April 20

Over one fateful summer, an unlikely friendship develops between a fiercely iconoclastic artist and single mother and a naïve young housewife. As the Bicentennial is cel- ebrated across the country, these two women navigate motherhood, ambition, and intimacy, and help each oth- er discover their own independence. This deeply moving, insightful piece by Pulitzer winner David Auburn is about connection, memories, and the small moments that can change the course of our lives. Starring Patti Gardner and Sara Morsey. A Miami Premiere.

“Sharply observant… a story of profound connection and awakening disquiet.”
– The New York Times

FAT HAM 

by James Lijames

co-produced with Brévo Theatre and Island City Stage with the generous support of the Warten Foundation

May 16 – June 15

Hamlet, but with more barbeque and disco. Swapping a Danish castle for a North Carolina BBQ pit, Fat Ham remakes Shakespeare’s story of murder and revenge into something hilarious and profound. Juicy, a Black queer Southern kid, has a lot on his plate already when his father’s ghost shows up, demanding vengeance. As generations clash at the family’s backyard barbeque, Juicy must face the legacies of violence he’s been raised with and shape the man he wants to be. Winner of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize. This historic three-way co-production is made possible through major funding from the Warten Foundation. A South Florida Premiere.

“Hilarious yet profound…” -The New York Times