1st Annual Miami 1-Acts Festival 7/6-8/12

1st Annual Miami 1-Acts Festival
Program A: Friday, July 6 @ 8 pm and Sunday, July 8 @ 5:30 pm
Program B: Saturday, July 7 @ 8 pm and Sunday, July 8 @ 1 pm
Ticket information:
General Admission $10
New Theatre at Roxy Performing Arts Center
1645 SW 107th Avenue
Miami, FL 33165

For tickets, call (305) 443-5909 Or visit www.new-theatre.org
Tickets for the Miami One-Acts Festival are $10 and Happy Hour will commence 1 hour prior to curtain with beer for a $2.50 donation.

14 Playwrights, 14 Directors and 36 Actors donate their talents for the 1st Annual Miami 1-Acts Festival!

New Theatre (THE NEW) inaugurates its Miami 1-Acts Festival July 6 – 8, 2012 at its home at The Roxy Performing Arts Center. The festival will be an annual fundraiser inspired by part of New Theatre’s mission of producing ”new works that speak to and about a diverse contemporary audience.”
The Miami 1-Acts Festival will help raise much needed funds to help New Theatre continue to produce plays that stimulate, provoke, challenge, and entertain our multicultural South Florida community and all artists: playwrights, directors, actors and support team, will volunteer their time and talent to make the kick off year of the festival a great success.

This year’s Miami 1-Festival includes 14 nationally and locally recognized playwrights and artists, presented in 2 programs (in no specific order):

Program A: Friday, July 6 @ 8 pm and Sunday, July 8 @ 5:30 pm
Durafab by Eugene O’Neill Semi-Finalist Robert Caisley
A Moment Of Romance by theatre artist and educator James Carrey
The Clearing by two-time Carbonell nominated playwright Juan C. Sanchez
Hamlet Master Class by founder of Crystal Parrot Players Sandra Riley
Controlled Substances by Steinberg Finalist Catherine Bush
He Bit Her by New Theatre’s Artistic Director’s Ricky J. Martinez
Dad’s Got The Mic by The Krane founder, Vanessa Garcia

Program B: Saturday, July 7 @ 8 pm and Sunday, July 8 @ 1 pm
Regret by Gold Medal Finalist for the Pinter Review and
Ambie Award winning playwright David Caudle
God Knows by Co-Authors Ruth Pleva & Elly Rakowitz
F**K This Clown by FIU alumus, Edward G. Excalibur
Dinner At The End Of The World by South Florida Theatre League Executive Director, Andie Arthur
Dirty by Emmy nominated actor, Christopher De Paola
Passing Through by City Theatre Founder, Susie Westfall
tunisia. by playwriting student at New York University Thomas Daniel Valls

Among the directors are: Sandra Riley; James Carrey; The Roxy Performing Arts Center’s Artistic Director Ana Andreu; New Theatre’s Artistic Director Ricky J. Martinez, Managing Director Eileen Suarez, Literary Manager Steven A. Chambers and Production Stage Manager Jerry Jensen; Women Theatre Project’s Artistic Director Genie Croft; JQ Studio’s Artistic Director Jesus Quintero; Impromedy’s Artistic Director Ozzie Quintana; Florida International University Theatre professor Stephen S. Neal; and Lost Girls’ Co-founder Katherine Siegel directing a cast of over 36 local professional and young artists.

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