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We’ve written a paragraph like this only two or three times: Stop what you are doing. Stop reading this review. Go to the phone or online and order tickets right now for Ground Up & Rising’s superb production of Stephen Adly Gurgis’ Our Lady of 121st Street.
Stop what you’re doing. Really. Go online right now and reserve tickets to see Ground Up and Rising’s harrowing and moving Vincent River, inarguably one of the best productions of the season
By Michelle F. Solomon Miami’s Ground Up & Rising production of Jonathan Caren’s The Recommendation is compelling on so many levels. Yet, what makes it so formidable doesn’t have much to do with the actors on stage; it’s more about …
Usually there isn’t anything sexy or newsworthy about real estate in the world of theater unless it’s Glengarry Glen Ross. But as the season approaches, South Florida hasn’t seen so much packing and unpacking, opening tubes of Ben Gay, filling out of change-of-address cards, remodeling, scanning blueprints and updating websites as in the past season and the one coming up
Ground Up & Rising’s courageous production of 9 Circles is a dichotomy that is deeply felt and deeply flawed at the same time – bluntly and uninhibitedly slashing away at one dimension of a brilliant subtle multi-dimensional script.
Ground Up & Rising, the itinerant Miami company that has been rising and falling and rising since 2006, is rising once again with a play to bow during the holiday weekend, plans for a second production this season and the announcement of a new artistic director.
Ground Up & Rising, another scrappy cutting edge theater that performs intermittently and in different venues around Miami, is beginning another season of four minimalist productions including Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story, John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Danny Hoch’s Jails, Hospitals & Hip Hop and the recent off-Broadway hit Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph
Dampened by storms earlier this fall, Ground Up & Rising, is fulfilling its commitment to a series of free outdoor performances at 10 a.m. this Sunday, Sept. 30, with a bare bones reading of John Patrick Shanley’s classic Danny and the Deep Blue Sea at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Drive. and His continuing career will be recognized by the New World School of the Arts, which will precede its season opening production of Balm In Gilead on Oct. 5 with a reception/
After many months wandering in the wilderness, the critically-acclaimed but homeless Ground Up & Rising troupe has resurfaced with an upcoming season featuring one black box play, two free cut-down versions of Shakespeare classics and pop-up street performances as part of a brand-building resurrection.