4 months ago | Stage
Film died and nobody cared. It was a deliberate, efficient, cancerous sort of death. George Lucas planted the first tumor in 2002 when he shot Star Wars: Episode II digitally, but the disease didn't begin to infect the more than 39,000 cinemas in ...
5 months ago | Stage
Whenever a character in popular fiction is named "Joy," you should assume there's some irony involved. She's probably destitute or depressed or mentally unstable or otherwise joyless. Such is the case with the lead character of Sean Grennan's rece...
6 months ago | Stage
For Michael Yawney, director of the one-man show PET at Miami Light Box at Goldman Warehouse this weekend, the most difficult question to answer is the most elemental: What is the show? "I think of it as a big cornucopia of stuff," Yawney says. "T...
7 months ago | Stage
This St. Paddy's Day weekend, while much of Miami is celebrating Irish culture with green beer, shamrock decor, and Celtic rock, Mad Cat Theatre Company will offer a different Irish perspective: existential despair, traumatic recollections, and cr...
8 months ago | Stage
The adage “write what you know” has given the world more books about books, films about films and plays about plays than we could possibly need to illuminate the struggles of the creative process and the vagaries of show business. But after an exh...
9 months ago | Stage
Michel Hausmann and Moises Kaufman could have inaugurated their new theater company with a humble play — a two-character piece with a single set, for instance. But The Golem of Havana, opening this weekend at the area's newest theater company, Mia...