M.J. Fievre presents a play at O, Miami Theater

Every Thursday, for the entire month of April, MicroTheater Miami will present a play by M.J. Fievre, in the courtyard inside the Spanish Cultural Center located at 1490 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fl. 33132.

So join O, Miami for the launch of a special month of MicroTheater Miami!

You get to see M.J. Fievre’s “To Accept, Dial 5 Now” any given Thursday, April 1st to May 3rd, from 8 pm to 11 pm (6 functions a day).

To Accept, Dial 5 Now Poster (1)

All MicroTheater plays on Wednesday and Thursdays are “Plays on Verse”: short theatrical works inspired by poetry and written by South Florida playwrights.

“To Accept, Dial 5 Now” is directed by Gladys Ramirez.

Gladys Ramirez has worked professionally as an actor in South Florida since receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre – Acting from New World School of Arts. She’s played onstage with Parade Productions, Island City Stage & City Theatre, Gablestage Mangrove Creative Collective at the Miami Theater Center, The Promethean Theatre, Fantasy Theatre Factory, The Stage Door, and The Alliance Theatre Lab in addition to her work as a teaching artist and professional voice-over actor. She serves as Producing Artist Director of The Project [theatre] and has also directed for New World School of the Arts, the South Florida Theatre League’s Summer Reading Series, The One Minute Play Festival and Micro Theatre.

GRamirez Headshot (2)

If you’ve never been, MicroTheater is short-play buffet: five shipping containers host five different 15 minutes plays for multiple showings each night. See as many or as few as you like; each show costs $5. Outside the shipping containers, a happy hour buzzes, with beer/wine/sangria sales at the bar.

O, Happy Hour!
From 7:30 – 8:30 p.m., enjoy complimentary beer and wine
AND mention “O, Miami” at the bar and get a free glass of sangria!

“To Accept, Dial 5 Now”
Every Thurs in April: 8pm-11pm
Tickets: $5 per “micro-play” per person (See as many or as few as you like)
Parking: $5 with validation in the Centro Cultural Español garage
Beer, wine, sangria etc. available for sale at the bar

3 Comments

  1. […] “Oh, oh, O, Miami! I had a wonderful experience at Centro Cultural Español,” writes author Mahalia Solages. “Picture an open courtyard with little white lights swagging over lounge seating. A simple bar selling empanadas, pizza and beer from Spain, Estrella Galicia, while offering free sangria to those attending. Across from the lounge areas: a lineup of cargo containers decorated by some wizard wielding a spray paint can. Inside each container: a dozen or so little Ikea stools upon entry, and the back end–micro stages with simple props, 1-3 characters and 15 minute micro plays. My lovely friend, MJ Fievre wrote To Accept, Dial 5 Now.” […]

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: