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In addition to the two major productions still running that opened earlier this month and the four productions that opened last week, there will be 10 – count ‘em 10 – productions opening this week, not to mention five more opening the following week.
Some vibrant performances – one of them pure electricity – rescue M Ensemble’s uneven production of Charles Smith’s intriguing but flawed script about boldface names from the Harlem Renaissance, Knock Me A Kiss.
After months of almost invisible activity, M Ensemble will resurface early next month far from its previous homes: South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in Cutler Bay.
M Ensemble’s production of Jar the Floor, postponed from earlier this month, may have been rescheduled. The play is penciled in for June 21-July 8 at the Light Box at the Goldman Warehouse, 404 NW 26th Street in Miami, according …
M Ensemble Postpones, Cappies Gala, 2 From Thinking Cap, New Theatre Gala, House Theatre Workshop, Mom’s Day Stories
The Merry Month of May – Late Additions There are a lot of updates in the calendar and theater-going opportunities for the region. –M Ensemble’s Jar The Floor slated to open May 3 has been postponed until an unspecified date …
Playwright Djanet Sears has crafted an intriguing contemplation of the intersection of the macro issue of race on the micro-dynamics of an individual marriage in Harlem Duet. But Sears’ insightful script gets a hodgepodge treatment in M Ensemble’s production. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Lowell Williams, this edition is by turns subtle and overly-melodramatic, illuminating and opaque, clear and confusing.
GableStage Plans Annual Outdoor Winter Shakespeare Festival With McCraney and Royal Shakespeare Company
GableStage has been given seed money to start an annual Winter Shakespeare Festival that would team with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Miami native Tarrell Alvin McCraney, and involve building a temporary outdoor amphitheater in Miami-Dade County.
M Ensemble moved into the performance space last June, and makes good use of the comfortable black-box theater for the first presentation of its 40th anniversary season, August Wilson’s Radio Golf.