OUR NEIGHBORS AT THE U
THE JERRY HERMAN RING THEATRE
THE SCHOOL FOR LIES
by David Ives
February 21st – March 2nd, 2019
The theatre is located at
1312 Miller Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
Tel: 305.284.3355 | Box Office Hours:
Wed – Fri 12 n – 5p ONLY.
Tickets may be purchased online:
In his hilarious adaption of Molière’s The Misanthrop, David Ives (Venus in Fur, All in the Timing), one of America’s most popular contemporary playwrights, dives headfirst into 17th century French, bringing with him his own 21st century adept comic vernacular. In a story about French Society encapsulated by gossip, glamour, hypocrisy, and scandal, revel in this writers mastery of rhymed verse and comedy and how he builds upon Moliere’s period comedy of manners. Together, they will leave your sides aching.
MUSIC AT EPIPHANY
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019
VIDA GUITAR QUARTET
Held in the Church of the Epiphany,
8235 SW 57 Avenue, Miami, the concerts
start at 7:30p and generally are one hour,
and are free and open to the public
THE WIRTZ GALLERY
Located in the lobby of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH MIAMI, each month The Wirtz Gallery exhibits local and international artists. Gallery hours are: Monday – Thursday, 9a-4p; Friday, 9a-6p. Artist receptions are generally held on the second Friday of the month from 6-8p, and are open to the public. The bank is located at 5750 Sunset Drive, South Miami.
For the month of December the abstract paintings of Maruchi Carmona will be hung in the gallery. Maruchi is a multimedia Cuban-American artist from Miami, Florida where she has lived since 1962. Acrylics, oils, pastels and recycled materials intermingle in her work for color, form and texture. Her work in sculpture ceramics has an unprecedented unique style.
In January the photography of Maggie Evans Silverstein titled “look at you, Key West” will be exhibited, together with words by Madeleine Blais. Silverstein is a veteran photographer whose photo book Double Take: Portraits Over Time showcases families and the way they change and grew over time through black and white portraits.
HOSTING AN ART NIGHT
In keeping the tradition of an art night event on the second Friday, in addition to The Wirtz Gallery usual artist receptions, two venues typically host artists
Isabel Fine Home Accessories at 7334 Red Road hosts local artists in her store and hangs the work for the month. Shown here with Isabel Merritt is Linda Apiletti, who showcased her oil paintings.
At the Doc Thomas House, home of the Tropical Audubon Society, student artists often exhibit. Shown here are fifth grade students from South Miami K-8 Center who presented “Local Landscapes & Butterfly Wings.”