Adrienne Arsht Center presents outdoor theater

Theater is back—outdoors—at the Adrienne Arsht Center.

The arts performance organization is hosting two new series of shows with Zoetic Stage and City Theatre safely and outdoors. Check out details below:


Zoetic Schmoetic: A Hysterically Safe & Socially-Distanced Improv Comedy Experience (pictured above)
Feb. 27, March 27 and April 24, 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Tickets: $15
Location: Thomson Plaza for the Arts

Zoetic Stage and the Adrienne Arsht Center present a fun, fast-paced eighty-minute performance of high-energy comedy improv. Six of South Florida’s funniest improv performers will bring a taste of live comedy back to the Arsht Center through various games and stories. With a little help from the socially distanced audience, our actors will thrill and delight with brave, contemporary and Miami-based humor.

Zoetic Schmoetic will feature Clay Cartland, Elena Maria Garcia, Jeni Hacker, Daryl Patrice, Fergie L. Philippe, Gabriell Salgado and be directed by Zoetic Stage Artistic Director Stuart Meltzer, assisted by Elena Maria Garcia.


March 11, April 8, and May 13, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $10
Location: Thomson Plaza for the Arts

City Theatre producers of South Florida’s own SUMMER SHORTS festivals, invites audiences to enjoy fresh and original SHORTS OUTSIDE THE BOX under the stars! It’s casual theater for those who want to hear exciting, hilarious and provocative short plays in intimate readings performed by South Florida’s finest actors. Talented sound artists will enhance the storytelling experience, as will insider talk-back conversations with the artists.


In addition to these series, Arsht is keeping art alive on the streets of Miami with ongoing Arsht on the Road pop-up performances throughout the county. The 45-60 minute shows feature Miami-based artists. This month, performers include Ha1ey (Feb. 6), Victoria Bramble & Sarah Dobens (Feb. 10) and Strings Attached (Feb. 13).

1 Comment
  • Melanie Smit
    Posted at 00:56h, 17 February Reply

    Can’t wait until theater comes back. It’s been too long.

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