We’re celebrating 10 years of sharing our passion for theater with you, and hope you’ll join us as we continue to challenge ourselves to raise the creative bar and inspire you with our next season’s productions. Take a look at the work we’ve staged over the years – it’s a great source of pride for the team at MTC.

2013 – 2014 SEASON

Knowledge & Noise

by Theo Reyna
Playwright

A comedic modern myth about a brother and sisters who, feeling curious yet aimless, set off in search of the literal “unknown.” Explore what it means to be “ready” and the desire to live “in the moment.”

November 1 – November 16, 2013

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The SandBox Series is presented with support from a generous Knight Arts Challenge Grant from the Johns S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Black Male Revisited

by Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
Performace Artist

A live performance and visual installation which asks audiences to reconsider their impressions of the black male body in performance and visual art.

December 13 – 22, 2013

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The SandBox Series is presented with support from a generous Knight Arts Challenge Grant from the Johns S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Signals

by Juraj Kojs
Composer

An interactive sound installation and multimedia performance that invites the audience to navigate through various sonic and tactile experiences.

February 14 – March 1, 2014

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The SandBox Series is presented with support from a generous Knight Arts Challenge Grant from the Johns S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Paradise Motel

by Juan C. Sanchez
Playwright

Seven decades of Miami history come to life in a seedy motel room on Calle Ocho where love, sex, fear, death, and hope share the same bed.

March 28 – April 12, 2014

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Bare Bones

by Carlota Pradera
Choreographer

An experimental movement-based performance that employs unfamiliar language, confusing scenarios, and absurd chaos to analyze power dynamics among individuals and cultures.

June 13 – 28, 2014

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2012 – 2013 SEASON

Imaginarium

Alexey Taran & Carla Forte
BISTOURY Physical Theater

Imaginarium is a dance theater piece narrating the story of Ruben, a visual artist who has decided to abandon his tormented life by taking refuge within his own imagination. Ruben creates a world for himself that parallels reality, removed from all material and emotional attachments.

December 6 – 22, 2012

Hate! An American Love Story

Christina Alexander
Music Theater

Christina Alexander shares stories of love in America and the country’s struggle to understand or accept that different doesn’t mean wrong. One actor plays eight characters who deliver 16 monologues in a multimedia work that offers varied perspectives of who and what define love in America.

February 8 – 23, 2013

Pie Solo

Pioneer Winter
Dance Theater

In this modern reinterpretation of the “one-man show,” Pioneer Winter re-examines faith in religion and culture from the vantage points of sexuality, age and queerness. Video installation, tap dancing and stripping draw the audience into an intimate and interactive dialogue blending humor, isolation and anecdote.

March 15 – 30, 2013

Red

Afua Hall
Dance Theater

RED is a dance theater piece that deconstructs and reinterprets the story of Ruby Bridges, the six-year old girl whose parents heeded the NAACP’s call for children to desegregate elementary schools in the South. Bridges later became the subject of Norman Rockwell’s painting The Problem We All Live With.

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