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.

2015-2016 SEASON

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll

These performances commemorate the 150th anniversary of the book, which was published in 1865.

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Photography & Videography by Maria Teresa Alvarado
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music and Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The Two-Character Play

by Tennessee Williams

Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Movement Coaching by Lazaro Godoy
Original Music and Sound Design by Alec Kreisberg
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

2014 - 2015 SEASON

Hedda Gabler

by Henrik Ibsen

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Voice and Movement Director Luckner “Lucky” Bruno
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Passion. Deception. Betrayal. Experience one of the most captivating and tortured heroines in history. Don't miss this new adaptation of the world-famous drama of a reluctant housewife rebelling against the prison of stability.

October 23 - November 23, 2014

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The Seven Year Itch

by George Axelrod

Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Voice and Movement Director Luckner “Lucky” Bruno, Jr.
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Loneliness. Temptation. Lust. Feel the summer heat aggravate the anxiety and desire of one man’s mid-life crisis in this irreverent interpretation of the 1950's stage comedy that inspired the iconic Hollywood film.

February 19 - March 22, 2015

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2013 – 2014 SEASON

The Red Thread

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Ancient Chinese folktales inspired this mystical adventure. Witness a young woman’s heroic efforts to rescue her father’s surprisingly miraculous masterpiece.

November 20 – December 22, 2013

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News | Study Guide

The Red Thread is funded in part by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald; Ophelia & Juan Js. Roca; Funding Arts Network, Inc.; Ronald M. Ansin; Citizens Interested in Arts, Inc.; Miami Salon Group, Inc.; Lydia & Leon de León; Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, and the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Everybody Drinks the Same Water

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Suspicion and intrigue give rise to romance and collaboration in this medieval murder mystery. Watch three teenagers of different religions work together to discover who poisoned their city’s water supply.

April 30 - June 1, 2014

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News | Panel Discussion | Study Guide

Everybody Drinks the Same Water is funded in part by Funding Arts Network, Inc.; Richard Yau; Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, and the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of Commissioners.

2012 – 2013 SEASON

Three Sisters

By Anton Chekhov

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Translated by Tatsiana Yarashevich
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The startling family drama commissioned by the Moscow Art Theatre in 1899 launches Miami Theater Center in 2012. Experience an intimate new version of this influential Russian masterpiece.

November 14 – December 22, 2012

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The Love Of Three Oranges

By Carlo Gozzi

Translated by Dr. John Louis DiGaetani
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds & Ed Rozinsky

Adapted & Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The 18th –century Italian comedy that inspired Prokofiev’s opera has been adapted for children. Enjoy Prince Tartaglia’s hilarious search for three enchanted oranges.

January 30 – March 10, 2013

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Inanna And The Huluppu Tree

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Aerial Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

One of the world’s oldest stories comes to life for contemporary audiences. Celebrate the victory of a young goddess who restores harmony to a city ravaged by ceaseless storms and displaced deities.

May 1 – June 2, 2013

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Study Guide

2011 – 2012 SEASON

The Red Thread

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Ancient Chinese folktales inspired this mystical adventure. Witness a young woman’s heroic efforts to rescue her father’s surprisingly miraculous masterpiece.

November 9 – December 18, 2011

RELATED CONTENT

News | Study Guide

The Red Thread is funded in part by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald; Ophelia & Juan Js. Roca; Funding Arts Network, Inc.; Ronald M. Ansin; Citizens Interested in Arts, Inc.; Miami Salon Group, Inc.; Lydia & Leon de León; Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, and the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

By Lewis Carroll

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Photography by Maria Teresa Alvarado
Videography by Arts Media Mass Communication Group
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Choreography by Octavio Campos

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Time, space, and cultures collide in this tropical adaptation of the classic English fairy tale. Join Alice as she tackles the challenges of her ever-changing world.

February 1 – March 11, 2012

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Study Guide

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is funded in part by the Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV.

A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

Based on a short story by Gabriel García Marquez

Adaptation & Lyrics by Nilo Cruz
Set & Puppet Design by Emil Kapelush
Costume Design by Yana Glushanok
Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Original Music by Luciano Stazzone, Fernando Diez & Luciana De Oto
Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Choreography by Octavio Campos

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz adapted Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez’ magical short story. Discover the true identity of a mysterious creature who falls from the sky.

April 25 – May 25, 2012

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Study Guide

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings is funded in part by the Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV.

2010 – 2011 SEASON

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

By Lewis Carroll

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Photography by Maria Teresa Alvarado
Videography by Maria Teresa Alvarado & Nicholas Kunstle
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Choreography by Octavio Campos

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Time, space, and cultures collide in this tropical adaptation of the classic English fairy tale. Join Alice as she tackles the challenges of her ever-changing world.

November 3 – December 19, 2010

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Study Guide

The Love Of Three Oranges

By Carlo Gozzi

Translated by Dr. John Louis DiGaetani
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds & Ed Rozinsky

Adapted & Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The 18th –century Italian comedy that inspired Prokofiev’s opera has been adapted for children. Enjoy Prince Tartaglia’s hilarious search for three enchanted oranges.

January 12 – February 6, 2011

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

The Red Thread

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Ancient Chinese folktales inspired this mystical adventure. Witness a young woman’s heroic efforts to rescue her father’s surprisingly miraculous masterpiece.

April 13 – May 27, 2011

RELATED CONTENT

News | Study Guide

The Red Thread is funded in part by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald; Ophelia & Juan Js. Roca; Funding Arts Network, Inc.; Ronald M. Ansin; Citizens Interested in Arts, Inc.; Miami Salon Group, Inc.; Lydia & Leon de León; Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, and the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

2009 – 2010 SEASON

Inanna And The Huluppu Tree

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Aerial Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

One of the world’s oldest stories comes to life for contemporary audiences. Celebrate the victory of a young goddess who restores harmony to a city ravaged by ceaseless storms and displaced deities.

November 12 – December 20, 2009

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

By Hans Christian Andersen

Adapted by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev
Translated by Aleksander Kheyfets
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Demianova

Directed by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev

Hans Christian Andersen gives a peek into the playroom after the children go to sleep. See a brave toy soldier risk everything for the love of a beautiful ballerina.

January 6 – 31, 2010

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A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

Based on a Short Story by Gabriel García Marquez

Adaptation & Lyrics by Nilo Cruz
Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmid
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music by Luciano Stazzone, Fernando Diez & Luciana De Oto
Costume Design by Yana Glushanok
Set & Puppet Design by Emil Kapelush

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz adapted Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez’ magical short story. Discover the true identity of a mysterious creature who falls from the sky.

February 17 – March 14, 2010

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

Production made possible with the support of the Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.

The Love Of Three Oranges

By Carlo Gozzi

Translated by Dr. John Louis DiGaetani
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt
Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds & Ed Rozinsky

Adapted & Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The 18th –century Italian comedy that inspired Prokofiev’s opera has been adapted for children. Enjoy Prince Tartaglia’s hilarious search for three enchanted oranges.

April 14 – May 21, 2010

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

Production made possible with the support of the Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County

2008 - 2009 SEASON

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Photography & Videography by Maria Teresa Alvarado
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Time, space, and cultures collide in this tropical adaptation of the classic English fairy tale. Join Alice as she tackles the challenges of her ever-changing world.

November 6 - December 18, 2008

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

Based on a Short Story by Gabriel García Marquez

Adaptation & Lyrics by Nilo Cruz
Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmid
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music by Luciano Stazzone, Fernando Diez & Luciana De Oto
Costume Design by Yana Glushanok
Set & Puppet Design by Emil Kapelush

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz adapted Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez’ magical short story. Discover the true identity of a mysterious creature who falls from the sky.

January 14 - February 8, 2009

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

Production made possible with the support of the Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

By Hans Christian Andersen

Adapted by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev
Translated by Aleksander Kheyfets
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Demianova

Directed by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev

Hans Christian Andersen gives a peek into the playroom after the children go to sleep. See a brave toy soldier risk everything for the love of a beautiful ballerina.

February 19 - March 8, 2009

Inanna And The Huluppu Tree

By Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla

Aerial Choreography by Ileigh Reynolds
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

One of the world’s oldest stories comes to life for contemporary audiences. Celebrate the victory of a young goddess who restores harmony to a city ravaged by ceaseless storms and displaced deities.

April 22 - May 22, 2009

RELATED CONTENT

Study Guide

2007 - 2008 SEASON

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

Based on a Short Story by Gabriel García Marquez

Adaptation & Lyrics by Nilo Cruz
Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmid
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music by Luciano Stazzone, Fernando Diez & Luciana De Oto
Costume Design by Yana Glushanok
Set & Puppet Design by Emil Kapelush

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz adapted Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez’ magical short story. Discover the true identity of a mysterious creature who falls from the sky.

At the Byron Carlyle Theater: October 30 - November 18, 2007

Production made possible with the support of Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll

Adapted by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Photography & Videography by Maria Teresa Alvarado
Choreography by Octavio Campos
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Time, space, and cultures collide in this tropical adaptation of the classic English fairy tale. Join Alice as she tackles the challenges of her ever-changing world.

March 26 - April 13, 2008 / At the Colony Theater: April 18, 19 & 20, 2008

Production made possible with the support of Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

By Hans Christian Andersen

Adapted by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev
Translated by Aleksander Kheyfets
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Demianova

Directed by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev

Hans Christian Andersen gives a peek into the playroom after the children go to sleep. See a brave toy soldier risk everything for the love of a beautiful ballerina.

At the Byron Carlyle Theater: December 6 - 23, 2007 / At the Colony Theater: January 11, 12 & 13, 2008 / At the Rinker Playhouse at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts: May 10 & 11, 2008

Production made possible with the support of Ronald M. Ansin Foundation, Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca, and WSVN-TV. Additional support and funding provided by Dade Community Foundation, VDS arts of Florida, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.

2006 - 2007 SEASON

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

Based on a Short Story by Gabriel García Marquez

Adaptation & Lyrics by Nilo Cruz
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmid
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush

Directed by Stephanie Ansin

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz adapted Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez’ magical short story. Discover the true identity of a mysterious creature who falls from the sky.

April 11, 12, 13 & 14; May 24, 25, 26 & 27, 2007 / At the Colony Theater: April 20, 21 & 22, 2007

Brooklyn Bridge

by Melissa James Gibson

Original song composed by Barbara Brousal
Set Design by Simon Pastukh
Costume Design by Galina Solovyeva
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A new children's play by a young, award-winning playwright. Join Sasha, a latchkey kid, on her unexpected adventures as she races to finish her homework assignments.

December 20 & 21, 2006 / February 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2007

Pluft the Little Ghost

by Maria Clara Machado

Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A classic Brazilian fairy tale by internationally renowned children's author Maria Clara Machado. Meet some unlikely friends who must defeat a pirate to win their treasure.

October 31; November 1; December 7, 8, 9 & 10, 2006 / February 14, 15, 16; May 15 & 16, 2007

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

By Hans Christian Andersen

Adapted by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev
Translated by Aleksander Kheyfets
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Demianova

Directed by Vyatcheslav Dolgachev

Hans Christian Andersen gives a peek into the playroom after the children go to sleep. See a brave toy soldier risk everything for the love of a beautiful ballerina.

November 9, 11, 12, 28 & 29, 2006 / At the Colony Theater: January 5, 6 & 7, 2007 / At the Cultural Trust of the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach Central High School: January 10, 11 & 12, 2007 / At the Amaturo Theater at Broward Center for the Performing Arts: March 22, 23 & 24, 2007 / At the Rinker Playhouse at Kravis Center: May 5 & 6, 2007

The Love Of Three Oranges

By Carlo Gozzi

Translated by Dr. John Louis DiGaetani
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt

Adapted & Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The 18th –century Italian comedy that inspired Prokofiev’s opera has been adapted for children. Enjoy Prince Tartaglia’s hilarious search for three enchanted oranges.

November 6, 7, 20 & 21; December 23, 2006 / February 8, 9, 10 & 11; March 8, 9, 10 & 11, 2007 / At the Dave & Mary Alper JCC at The Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus: December 17 & 18, 2006

The Beast

by Mikhail Gindin & Viktor Sinokevitch

Translated by Aleksandr Kheyfets
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Damianova
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A comic tragedy censored by the Soviet government for over a decade. Family drama and ill-fated love share the stage in this stark Russian Romeo and Juliet.

November 16, 17 & 18; December 4 & 5, 2006 / February 1, 2 & 3; May 9, 10 & 11, 2007

2005 - 2006 SEASON

Brooklyn Bridge

by Melissa James Gibson

Original song composed by Barbara Brousal
Set Design by Simon Pastukh
Costume Design by Galina Solovyeva
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A new children's play by a young, award-winning playwright. Join Sasha, a latchkey kid, on her unexpected adventures as she races to finish her homework assignments.

At the Byron Carlyle Theatre: October 1 & 2, 2005 / At the Colony Theater: October 22, 2005 / At the Crest Theatre: October 29, 2005 / At the Dave and Mary Alper JCC at the Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus: November 20, 2005 / At the Rinker Playhouse at the Kravis Center: June 4, 2006 / At the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center: May 13, 2006 / At the Shores Performing Arts Center: April 9 & 22, 2006

Pluft the Little Ghost

by Maria Clara Machado

Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A classic Brazilian fairy tale by internationally renowned children's author Maria Clara Machado. Meet some unlikely friends who must defeat a pirate to win their treasure.

At the Amaturo: October 8, 2005 / At the Byron Carlyle Theatre: October 23, 2005 & February 19, 2006 / At the Crest Theatre: October 30, 2005 & March 5, 2006 / At the Dave and Mary Alper JCC at the Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus: March 19, 2006 / At the Shores Performing Arts Center: April 15, 2006

The Love Of Three Oranges

By Carlo Gozzi

Translated by Dr. John Louis DiGaetani
Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by S. Ryan Schmidt

Adapted & Directed by Stephanie Ansin

The 18th –century Italian comedy that inspired Prokofiev’s opera has been adapted for children. Enjoy Prince Tartaglia’s hilarious search for three enchanted oranges.

At the Byron Carlyle Theater: December 3 & 4, 2005 / At the Colony Theater: February 25 & 26, 2006 / At the Crest Theatre: December 9, 2005 & March 5, 2006 / At the Dave and Mary Alper JCC at the Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus: January 22, 2006 / At the Rinker Playhouse at the Kravis Center: June 3, 2006 / At the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center: May 14, 2006 / At the Shores Performing Arts Center: April 8 & 23, 2006

The Beast

by Mikhail Gindin & Viktor Sinokevitch

Translated by Aleksandr Kheyfets
Set & Costume Design by Margarita Damianova
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A comic tragedy censored by the Soviet government for over a decade. Family drama and ill-fated love share the stage in this stark Russian Romeo and Juliet.

At the Byron Carlyle Theatre: February 3, 2006 / At the Colony Theater: February 17 & 18, 2006 / At the Crest Theatre: December 10, 2005 & March 4, 2006 . At the Dave and Mary Alper JCC at the Jay Morton-Levinthal Campus: March 19, 2006 / At the Shores Performing Arts Center: April 15 & 22, 2006

2005 SEASON

Pluft the Little Ghost

by Maria Clara Machado

Set & Costume Design by Emil Kapelush
Lighting Design by Jeff Quinn

Directed by Oleg Kheyfets

A classic Brazilian fairy tale by internationally renowned children's author Maria Clara Machado. Meet some unlikely friends who must defeat a pirate to win their treasure.

At the Byron Carlyle Theater: April 15, 16 & 17, 2005 / At the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center: May 14 & 15, 2005 / At the Rinker Playhouse at the Kravis Center: June 11 & 12, 2005 / At the Dave and Mary Alper JCC at the Jay Morton-Liventhal Campus: June 19, 2005 / At the Crest Theatre: June 23, 2005

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