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Season Performance Days & Times
(2021-2022)

Wednesdays: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Thursdays 7 p.m.

Fridays: 8 p.m.

Saturdays: 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Sundays: 2 p.m.

Heisenberg

By Simon Stephens

October 29 – November 20, 2022 

Preview performance: Friday, Oct.28

Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, Georgie spots Alex, a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck This electric encounter thrusts these two strangers into a fascinating and life-changing game. Directed by Bari Newport, Heisenberg brings to blazing, theatrical life the uncertain and often comical sparring match that is human connection. Internationally renowned for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, visionary playwright Simon Stephens returns to the stage with this sharply original production starring South Florida’s own Margery Lowe and Colin McPhillamy (most recently: Broadway’s Hangmen).

Reviews

“A soaring, suspenseful, thrilling play!” — The New York Times

We Will Not Be Silent

by David Meyers

January 7 – 29, 2023
Preview performance: Friday, January 6

Risking everything to stand up for social justice, German college student Sophie Scholl courageously led a major act of civil disobedience against Hitler and his fascist regime. Scholl’s moral strength is tested while being interrogated for her crimes, leading her to question whether to save her own life or continue her righteous crusade. Based on true events, We Will Not Be Silent is a provocative and timely new work that examines the role of ordinary people in extraordinary times.

Reviews

“…an intelligent and profoundly moving work of theatre.” — The ArtsFuse Boston

A Doll’s House, Part 2

By Lucas Hnath

February 25 – March 19, 2023

Preview performance: Friday, February 24

As a door slams in 1879 Norway, a young wife and mother leaves behind her family, freeing herself from the shackles of traditional societal constraints. Now, 15 years later, that same door opens to reveal Nora, a changed woman with an incredibly awkward favor to ask the people who she abandoned. Lucas Hnath’s bitingly funny sequel to Ibsen’s revolutionary masterpiece unfolds in a series of bristling stand-offs that reveal in Nora’s world, much like our own, behind every opinion there is a person, and a slamming door isn’t just an end, but also the chance for a new beginning. Starring Rachel Burttram, Brendan Powers and Elizabeth Dimon.

Reviews

“[A Doll’s House Part 2] delivers explosive laughs while also posing thoughtful questions about marriage, gender inequality and human rights…” — Hollywood Reporter

El Huracán

By Charise Castro Smith

April 15 – May 14, 2023

Preview performance: Friday, April 14

As Hurricane Andrew threatens Miami, a mother and daughter ready themselves for the storm, but Abuela takes shelter in a world of memory, music, and magic.  A powerful tale of family and forgiveness, El Huracán, written by Miami native and recent Academy Award winner Charise Castro Smith (Disney’s Encanto), reveals what can be rebuilt in the aftermath of life’s most devastating tempests and what can never be replaced.  A Florida Premiere, inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest

 

“…magical realism that touches on the domestic in drama-queen-like ways…”  —  The Houston Chronicle

Native Gardens

By Karen Zacarias

Starring David Kwiat and Barbara Sloan

June 10 – July 1, 2023

Preview performance: Friday, June 9

In this sparkling comedy of good intentions and bad manners, cultures and gardens clash, turning well-intentioned neighbors into feuding enemies. Pablo, a rising attorney, and doctoral candidate Tania, his very pregnant wife, have just purchased a home next to Frank and Virginia, a well-established D.C. couple with a prize-worthy English garden. But an impending barbeque for Pablo’s colleagues and a delicate disagreement over a long-standing fence line soon spirals into an all-out border dispute, exposing both couples’ notions of race, taste, class and privilege.

“…the best stage comedy of the summer.” — Minneapolis Star Tribune