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2024-2025 SEASON


1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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The Play That Goes Wrong

by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields of Mischief Theatre Company. 

This hilarious comedy follows the adventures of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, fresh from such hits as Chekhov's "Two Sisters", "The Lion and The Wardrobe", the musical "Cat", and the children's classic "James and the Peach", has received a substantial bequest and is putting on a performance of "The Murder at Haversham Manor" – a 1920s murder mystery play, similar to "The Mousetrap", which has the right number of parts for the members. But everything seems to go wrong on opening night. This instant classic has been running in London since 2012 and is currently a smash hit off-Broadway. “THE FUNNIEST PLAY BROADWAY HAS EVER SEEN!” The Huffington Post.

Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

based on the novel Roald Dahl, with book by David Greig

Music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Shaiman and Scott Whitman.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Based on the novel by Roald Dahl, with book by David Greig

Music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Shaiman and Scott Wittman

DECEMBER 13-22, 2024

When Charlie Bucket finds one of the five golden tickets to the Wonka Chocolate Factory, Charlie and the other winners can't wait to feast on the sweets of their dreams. But beyond the gates, they discover more than just remarkable edible delights. The beloved children's classic becomes a full-fledged Broadway musical which makes the perfect holiday treat for children of all ages. The best Christmas gift for the entire family!



The Drowsy Chaperone

Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison 

Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar


This delightful musical concerns a middle-aged, asocial musical theater fan who, feeling "blue", decides to play for the audience an LP of his favorite musical, the fictional 1928 show "The Drowsy Chaperone". As the record plays, the show - a parody of 1920s American musical comedy - comes to life onstage, as the man wryly comments on the music, story and actors. The show won five Tony Awards and seven Drama Desk Awards.


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