Miami's Rubell Museum Partners With Miami New Drama to Present The Museum Plays, Inspired By Visual Art Pieces | Playbill

Regional News Miami's Rubell Museum Partners With Miami New Drama to Present The Museum Plays, Inspired By Visual Art Pieces

The program will feature new plays by Hanna Benitez, Harley Elias, Rolegio Martinez, Carmen Pelaez, Marco Ramirez, and Aurin Squire.

Marco Ramirez, Carmen Peleaz, Michel Hausmann, Aurin Squire, and Tatiana Pandiani FURIOSA productions

Miami's Rubell Museum has partnered with Miami New Drama to present The Museum Plays, a series of new works inspired by visual art pieces. Six 10-minute-long plays, all directed by Miami New Drama Artistic Director Michel Hausmann and Tatiana Pandiani, will be showcased February 22-March 31 at the Rubell Museum.

The six plays are Rogelio Martinez’s Bedfellows, inspired by Kaari Upson’s “Rubells;" Aurin Squire’s Maybe It’s About Love, inspired by Kehinde Whiley's "The Portrait of Charles I;" Carmen Pelaez’s America, inspired by Glenn Ligon’s “America;” Hannah Benitez’s Muse, inspired by Jenna Gribbon’s “Scenicscape;” Harley Elias’s Not a Scam, inspired by Alfonso Gonzalez Jr.’s “Your Ad Here;” and Marco Ramirez’s Body of Work.

“We are always looking to find innovative ways of staging new work, as well as collaborating and promoting the excellence and vitality of Miami’s arts scene...We hope The Museum Plays becomes a model that can be performed in other cities, by other theatre companies and art museums and collections,” said Michel Hausmann in a statement.

For more information, visit MiamiNewDrama.org.

 
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