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by August Wilson
Co-Conceived by Todd Kriedler
A Miami Premiere
September 29 – October 22

In this autobiographical tour de force, the late Pulitzer Prize-winner takes audiences on a life-changing voyage from being a young poet in Pittsburgh’s Hill District to his encounters with racism, music, love and transformative friendships. Starring Miami’s own Robert Strain and directed by Carey Brianna Hart, August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned charts one man’s journey of self-discovery and what it means to be a black artist in America.

“Complex and surprisingly funny […] a crowd-pleasing 100 minutes in the company of a wonderful writer.”
– Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

by Larissa FastHorse
A Regional Premiere
November 17 – December 10

Larissa FastHorse is the first indigenous American woman to have a play on Broadway. This will be the regional premiere of Fasthorse’s shocking satire that “flips the bird” on one of America’s most prolific myths—the original thanksgiving meal. With provocative questions around erasure and authorship of history, this comedy asks how we proceed when steadfast assumptions are disrupted.

“Very, very funny… this clever satire is something for
which to be truly thankful.”
– Hollywood Reporter

by Jon Marans
A Miami Premiere
January 12 – February 4

In 1986 Vienna, a young Jewish pianist arrives to study; but before he begins his piano instruction, he must first take singing lessons from the harsh, anti-semitic Professor Mashkan. As the play unfolds through the poetry of Heinrich Heine and the music of Robert Schumann, secrets are revealed, and these two men from different generations find they have much more in common than they think. Directed by playwright Jon Marans, this 1996 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize is a play with music that stars two actors who are classically trained pianists. Sponsored by Funding Arts Network

“Marans’ writing explores the human heart with a mixture of simplicity and virtuosity” – The New York Post

by Stefano Massini • Adapted by Ben Power
A Regional Premiere
March 15 – April 14

In this epic piece of storytelling, three actors triumphantly journey through 163 years of history. Beginning in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1844, a Bavarian immigrant dreams of a better life. In 2008, his descendants unleash an unprecedented financial disaster. The spectacular rise and fall of Lehman Brothers is both an intimate family saga and a colossal exposé of unquenchable capitalism. David Kwiat, Mark H. Dold and Brandon Morris give triumphant performances in a production directed by GableStage producing artistic director, Bari Newport.

Praise for the original production:
“A vibrant yarn about greed and American values. It leaves you dazzled.” – Time Out New York

by Alexis Scheer
A Regional Premiere
May 17 – June 9

It’s Art Basel and the stakes are high for the gallery Mariana runs in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami. And when Mariana’s movie-star mother tries to help out, things get even more complicado. A fast paced, cafecíto-induced comedy about art and success—and mothers and daughters. Join the party, embrace life’s twists and turns, and mark your calendar for this uproarious new comedy. Winner of the Steinberg and the Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards.

“A new American classic.”
– Broadway World Denver