Shakespeare's La Florida

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'La Tormenta' 2018 

Chapter Three transports audiences back to ancient cultures living on Florida shores.  

A queen who's lost her kingdom, a slave who adopts an unlikely son, and a religious pilgrim who tries to unite families with two young lovers. 

 Afro-Cuban music and folkloric dance is shared alongside classical ballet.

Special engagement at the NSU Art Museum included the artwork and discussion with Acclaimed Painter, Karl Momen with 

Acts I & II presented at 

Little Haiti Cultural Center Theater.

Chapter Two,  R&J The Tempest Too  opened in 2017 with a protagonist couple leaving the theater opening night reunited as Leads in a 'Romeo and Juliet' adaptation. They meet a mysterious man, Prospero, an aging immigrant living on a houseboat with an eclectic group of people and his daughter, Miranda.

The Narrator leads the audience on a journey in spoken word revealing relationships and events inspired by headlines of today. 

This chapter featured members of

Zest Collective, Miami City Ballet and local award-winning Outre Theatre