Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving, true story of Lynda Blackmon Lowery, one of the youngest participants in the Selma to Montgomery march in 1965. Jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday, Lowery fought alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African-Americans. The performance lets audiences of all ages experience what it took to struggle nonviolently and how it felt to be part of changing American history.
This April, Jersey Boys, named “the most exciting musical Broadway has seen in years” by the Chicago Tribune, makes a triumphant return to Miami, April 4 through 9. And this summer, Slava’s Snowshow, a visual … +
Written immediately prior to the recent presidential election, BUILDING THE WALL is a hard-hitting new play inspired by angry campaign rhetoric, and threatening promises made law, that leads to a terrifying escalation of horrifying events. … +
Following 36 critically acclaimed productions and 20 Carbonell Awards, the 2017/18 lineup features four plays from Miami’s own Zoetic Stage—including “Best Musical” Tony Award winner Fun Home—and the New York Times “Critics’ Pick” Off-Broadway hit, … +
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Topdog/Underdog, is a dark comedy revolving around two African American brothers, Lincoln and Booth, whose names were given to them by their father as a joke before deserting … +
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood celebrates the 10th anniversary of Girls’ Club with the exhibition Change Agents: Six South Florida Artists Making Things Happen. The show presents new works by artists from the collection of … +