Five time Obie Award-winning actor and playwright David Greenspan adapts Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, turning this richly multi-faceted tale, of five travelers in colonial Peru hurled to their deaths by a collapsing bridge, into a wryly lyrical fable of fate, love, and the transformative magic of theater. “There is a land of the living and a land of the dead,” Wilder wrote, “and the bridge is love.” The Bridge of San Luis Rey deepens Miami New Drama’s relationship with the Wilder Estate that began with our acclaimed production of Our Town, with Greenspan heading a multicultural cast led by award-winning director Ken Rus Schmoll.
The Addams Family is the smash-hit musical comedy that brings the darkly delirious world of Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley and, of course, Lurch to spooky and spectacular life. With an infectious and … +
America’s culture wars get an illuminating skirmish in “The Cake,” Bekah Brunstetter’s play about a North Carolina woman named Jen, who returns to her hometown from Brooklyn to plan the traditional wedding of her dreams. … +
What does success mean in America? What does it mean when you don’t make it? In THE MONROE DOCTRINE, poet and adjunct professor REAL MONROE tries to hold his world together from his trailer on … +
William Anthony Colón Román, better known as Willie Colón, is a Nuyorican salsa musician and social activist. Bronx-born of Puerto Rican grandparents, as musician, composer, arranger, singer, and trombonist, as well as producer and director, … +
Lorca: Flamenco and Contemporary is a walk through the most significant moments of the work of the great Spanish poet Federico García Lorca, a magical journey navigating through his characters and stories. His theater, poems, … +