Adrienne Arsht Center | Miami Made Festival 2013 FREE Events!

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This weekend there will be several FREE theater and dance presentations at the Adrienne Arsht Center. All performances are FREE and tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. on day of performance, in-person only at the Arsht Center box office.

Details:

STAGED PLAY READINGS

DINNER PARTIES (IRONIC AND THEMED) – Written by Stuart Meltzer, Directed by Margaret Ledford
March 1 @ 7:30 p.m.
Carnival Studio Theater (In the Ziff Ballet Opera House)
Adrienne Arsht Center.
Free tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. on day of performance, in-person only at the Arsht Center Box Office.

DINNER PARTIES (IRONIC AND THEME) is an examination of three contemporary couples attempting to maintain personal dignity in party situations. The play is a mix of comedy and drama and explores the endless pressures of marriage, faithfulness and happiness. The all-star Miami-based cast includes Nicholas Richberg, Amy McKenna, Chaz Mena, Gregg Weiner and Lindsey Forgey.

TWO-MERZ — By Mark Della Ventura, Gabe Hammad and David Michael Sirois
March 3 @ 4 p.m.
Carnival Studio Theater (In the Ziff Ballet Opera House)
Adrienne Arsht Center.
Free tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. on day of performance, in-person only at the Arsht Center Box Office.

From the guys that brought you Brothers Beckett and Small Membership, a dark comedy about brothers with cancer. After the recent death of their father to cancer, the Merz brothers think it’s a good idea to get checked out, just in case. They soon learn that both of them have terminal cancer. TWO-MERZ is about how their family and loved ones deal with this incredibly bizarre and tragic news.

DANCE

GOOD, GOD, GO – Letty Bassart
March 2 @ 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Carnival Studio Theater (In the Ziff Ballet Opera House)
Adrienne Arsht Center.
Free tickets are available starting at 10 a.m. on day of performance, in-person only at the Arsht Center Box Office.

Originally shown as a work in progress at the Arsht Center in 2010 as part of the Miami Made Festival, GOOD, GOD, GOis a dance trio that asks: How much force is required to get the canary out of the coal mine? It is an exercise in energy, enthusiasm, and endurance. GOOD, GOD, GO features film, an installation of 50+ wooden canaries created by sculptor Laura Luna, a cappella singing in the dark, and a marching band.

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