Tag Archives: Christopher Renshaw

The Drama Behind The Rebirth of Miami New Drama’s Satchmo Musical “A Wonderful World”

The creation of a musical always contains more drama than what ends up on the stage. But then there is the anguish and celebration that commandeered the pre-virus birth and now this winter’s resurrection of A Wonderful World that closed the night before it was to open at Miami New Drama.

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Miami New Drama’s 7 Deadly Sins Is A Singular, Year-defining Theatrical Experience

It was only a matter of time until one of South Florida’s most experimental companies would find a way to produce theater outside of a theater. Nine months into a pandemic, the sheer existence of Miami New Drama’s experiential short-play collaboration 7 Deadly Sins feels as surreal as it is miraculous.

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Seven Deadly Sins Is Return To Live Theater In Miami

Nine months into the country’s battle against COVID-19, Miami New Drama and its boundlessly imaginative artistic director, Michel Hausmann, have figured out a way to turn vice into virtue, exploring the seven deadly sins in an ambitious return to live theater beginning Nov. 27.

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Miami New Drama Tunes Up Debut Of Wonderful World — A Louis Armstrong Bio-Musical

Energy suffuses rehearsals for Miami New Drama’s world premiere musical about Louis Armstrong A Wonderful World – not a revue but a highly-theatrical biography in which Armstrong’s famous numbers are infused as part of the plot or as character-revealing reveries.

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