Tag Archives: Teo Castellanos
Teo Castellanos’ solo work Third Trinity, a commissioned work by Miami Light Project, is bold in its presentation, mostly because it’s an autobiographical story of Castellanos’ growing up — a story that, when said aloud, is like something out of a movie. Castellanos thought that too.
Teo Castellanos’ NE 2nd Avenue at the Arsht Center, funny and profound literally at the same time, is a sociological-anthropological field trip as if Castellanos was a hip-hop Margaret Mead. It takes us on a tour of the adjacent neighborhoods on the titular boulevard highlighted by encounters with a variety of inhabitants.
By Bill Hirschman The initial temptation is to rave about playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s alchemy of poetic, profane and prosaic language. Or how the inventive production of his The Brothers Size at GableStage this month marks the first time his …
Tarell Alvin McCraney escaped a nightmarish childhood in Liberty City to become one of the most acclaimed young playwrights in the world. He’s returned home to direct The Brothers Size, the first time a professional South Florida company has produced one of his full-length works.