Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
Performing at Mainstreet Players (Feb 8 - Mar 3)
The Main Street Players’ 2013 season begins with the newly revised version of the Carbonell winning Broadway comedy, Cheaters, by Michael Jacobs. The Main Street Players has been honored by playwright Michael Jacobs, creator/producer of television series including Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World, Dinosaurs, Charles in Charge and My Two Dads, to present this world premier at the Main Street Playhouse. This relational comedy presents three couples (and then some…) traversing very different experiences of love. Allen (Manny Catalino) and Michelle (Andrea Bovino) have been living together for eighteen months. Michelle thinks they should marry; Allen isn't sure. His hesitancy and her drastic response drives them both home to their parents for advice. Michelle's parents (Robert Anderson and Clara Lyzniak) may be stuck in an apathetic marriage but they love their daughter dearly. Allen’s parents (Francine Burns and Richard Cifuentes) barely tolerate one another and thus have very different opinions on the matter of marriage. The pieces fall uproariously into place when the parents decide to meet the young lovers over dinner to lend their maturity and experience for the benefit of their children's relationship. Suddenly these worlds collide unexpectedly, in this hilarious treatise on family, fidelity, forgiveness, and finding our own way. Cheaters, cast in Miami by Jacobs and directed by LaVonne Canfield with assistance by Breeza Zeller, opens February 8th and runs through March 3rd.
This 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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