Continues through February 19, 2017
Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Road
The American Premiere of TERROR, a new play written by Ferdinand Von Schirach and directed by Two Time Tony Award Winner Gregory Mosher. Gregory is perhaps one of the most important/accomplished living directors today, he used to be artistic director - and the person responsable for it's resurgence - of Lincoln Center in NY. He also used to run the Goodman theater in Chicago and has directed/produced 200 plays on Broadway, regionally and the West Elm and worked with Samuel Beckett, Tennessee Williams, dIrected 39 World premieres of David Mamet. It also stars TV/Film Star Mia Maestro (Frida, The Strain, Motorcycle Diaries) - Also, this year's TONY Awards nominee for Best actress Pascale Armand as well as legendary Broadway Actress and Tony Nominee Maria Tucci.
A Stitch in Time
Wednesday, February 1, 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 5, 3:00 p.m.
Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU, 301 Washington Avenue
Opening to RAVE reviews. A Stitch in Time is based on the true story of Paul and Hedy Strnad, who tragically perished in the Holocaust. Their story comes alive in this original production inspired by the memorable exhibit of letters, sketches and dresses created from Hedy's designs, now on view at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. Only two opportunities to see this original one-act play written by Susan Westfall, starring Irene Adjan and Ricky J. Martinez and directed by Michael Yawney. Museum Members $10 Non-Members $16