While the quality of theater here is sometimes uneven, the mission is clear: a careful blend of modern classics and new, sometimes controversial, pieces by up-and-coming playwrights. In 2003, New Theatre put Miami on the performing arts map with the debut of Cuban-born, Miami-bred playwright Nilo Cruz’s Anna in the Tropics, which received a Pulitzer Prize that year.
|Venue name:||New Theatre (Closed)||Contact:|
Roxy Performing Arts Center
1645 SW 107th Avenue
|Cross street:||at SW 16th Street|
|Opening hours:||Box office 2–8pm Thu–Sat; noon–2pm Sun. Performances 8pm Thu–Sat; 1pm Sun|
|Transport:||Bus 8, 11, 24, 71|