To Accept, Dial 5 Now is “one of the best MicroPlays I have seen!,” writes director and writer Ika Santamaria, known for Equal Strength (2011), Flea Market Finish Line (2012) and Barranquilleros, Herederos de una Tradición (2008). “Amazing actors,” confirmed writer Maureen … Continue reading This Thursday: “One of the best MicroPlays I have seen!”
To Accept, Dial 5 Now. In this eavesdropping snippet of a jailhouse call, Silas gages the status of his relationship with his girlfriend Jackie. To Accept, Dial 5 Now (written by M.J. Fievre and directed by Gladys Ramirez) is a story about … Continue reading Dial 5 NOW (because the reviews are in!)
“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 … Continue reading This Thursday, Dial 5 at the Centro Cultural Español
Tomorrow night, “Plays on Verse,” a partnership between O, Miami and MicroTheater Miami, will continue. 6 ORIGINAL PLAYS (including MJ’s To Accept, Dial 5 Now) 6 UNSCRIPTED PLAYS 15 MINUTES EACH 6 SHOWINGS PER NIGHT 15 AUDIENCE MEMBERS 7 SHIPPING CONTAINERS In Spanish AND … Continue reading Tomorrow: Plays on Verse
Thanks to O, Miami, you get to see To Accept, Dial 5 Now, written by M.J. Fievre and directed by Gladys Ramirez. Every Thursday in April, MicroTheather Miami will present the one-act play from 8 pm to 11 pm (6 functions a day) in … Continue reading Jovon Jacobs: To Accept, Dial 5 Now
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 … Continue reading M.J. Fievre presents a play at O, Miami Theater
Edwidge Danticat, who has been honored with the MacArthur Genius Award and other awards for her writing and work on behalf of Haiti, once said, “We tell stories to live, to connect with one another and to build community.” In Haiti, storytelling … Continue reading Stories for a Healthier World: You’ve Got This!
Hum… not quite yet. But now that I can officially add scriptwriter to my resume, I feel electric and alive. (Scroll down for links to the films) Over the summer, I wrote two short movie scripts for the University of … Continue reading Booyah! M.J. is going to Hollywood