Miami, FL- Main Street Players say, don’t let the fact that Lisa Loomer’s Living Out is tagged as a comedy fool you. While you will indeed often find yourself laughing out loud, you’re also likely to leave the theater all choked up. Living Out does not offer any original insights or solutions to the politics of immigration and the problems of contemporary working mothers across the social and economic spectrum. Its charm and substance stems from Loomer’s ability to write an issue play that doesn’t preach or take sides, funny dialogue that’s also poignant and to give us a character like Ana Hernandez who we don’t want to leave without knowing that she will be okay.
For tickets and more information please call 305-558-3737 or visit Main Street Players
Group Rates available by phone only Director: Daniel Nieves, A.D. / S.M. John Olivera,
Producer: James Carrey, Featuring: Marina Catalán, Lali Navarro, Anita Garcia, Patty Fernandez, Juanita Castro, Clara Lyzniak, Cairo Cangas, Michael Fernandez.
Main Street Players is located at 6766 Main Street, Miami Lakes, FL 33014. For tickets and more information please call 305-558-3737 or visit Main Street Players www.mainstreetplayers.com.
Main Street Players organization is formed to provide cultural enrichment and entertainment for the community and to provide an outlet for expression of the talents of members and community volunteers. The specific purposes for which this corporation is formed are to encourage, coordinate, promote, and develop interest in and education for the arts; to produce and present plays and any of the other various forms of live theater, and to enhance the cultural level of the community.
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