seven deadly sins
Temptation in the Magic City
NOW EXTENDED THROUGH JANUARY 31
A New, Live Outdoor Theatrical Experience
7 Deadly Sins, 7 Unique Theatrical Events, 7 of the Nation's Top Playwrights
2 hrs., 15 mins. - following covid safe protocols
Miami New Drama presents 7 Deadly Sins, an outdoor, socially distanced and sinfully-safe theatrical experience, presented across seven storefronts along Miami Beach’s historic Lincoln Road.
A diverse group of nationally recognized, award-winning playwrights, Hilary Bettis, Nilo Cruz, Moisés Kaufman, Rogelio Martinez, Dael Orlandersmith, Carmen Pelaez, and Aurin Squire will premiere seven newly commissioned short plays, each focused on one deadly sin: Lust, Greed, Envy, Wrath, Sloth, Gluttony and Pride. In rotation over 2 hrs., 15 mins., small groups of theatergoers will maintain social distance, listening through headphones, while actors perform behind the windows of the seven transformed Lincoln Road storefronts.
Conceived and directed by
Indoor Stages / Actors Perform Inside Behind Glass Windows
6 Ft. Social Distancing Required
Hand Sanitizer Provided
(Envy) is the writer of the Emmy Award-winning series “The Americans” (FX) and the Miami New Drama world premiere Queen of Basel, which has been produced around the country.
(Lust) won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play, Anna in the Tropics. The PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater Award winner created the Spanish translations for Miami New Drama's multilingual production of Our Town. His plays include The Color of Desire, Hurricane and others.
(Greed) is a 2016 National Medal of the Arts recipient under Barack Obama. A Broadway director and playwright, he has received multiple Tony and Emmy Award nominations. His writing credits include The Laramie Project, Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and 33 Variations.
(Gluttony) is a two-time Edgerton Foundation New Play Award winner, a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient and a New Dramatist Alumnus. His plays include his Cold War trilogy: Ping Pong, Born in East Berlin and Blind Date; and his Cuba trilogy: Illuminating Veronica, Arrivals and Departures and All Eyes and Ears.
(Wrath) is a Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Drama for her play, Yellowman, an Obie Award winner for Beauty's Daughter and a PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater Award winner.
(Pride) is the winner of the 2012 HBO New York International Latino Film Festival Short Film Competition. She is a contributor for NBC Latino and an advisor on Netflix’s “One Day at a Time.” Her credits include the Miami New Drama World Premiere, Fake.
(Sloth) is a writer and producer on the hit shows “The Good Fight” and “Evil” (CBS) and was a writer for the hit NBC series, “This Is Us.” He is the writer of Miami New Drama’s world premiere productions, A Wonderful World and Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy.
We make every effort to keep groups together. However, due to social distancing guidelines and the limited number of seats available, we cannot guarantee that you will be seated together with your group. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this, please email our box office at firstname.lastname@example.org