Willow – An Original White Rose Miami Story

By January 27, 2013Improv, News, Theater
Most of the crew

Most of the crew

I had the great pleasure of being part of White Rose Miami’s production of Willow, a one night production of a truly unique and stimulating theater experience.

The show was created by Ivan Lopez and Melissa Almaguer, and featured original monologues, dance, music and a bit of improv-to-script work (which is of course the part I was involved in). It was such a thrill to see it all come together and truly one of the funnest (I know – not a word, but applicable non-the-less) creative processes I have undertaken.

I see great things ahead for White Rose Miami.

Here’s a synopsis:

White Rose Miami Theatre officially kicked off the WRM/PAX Theatre Series with WILLOW, a fantasy love story with music and dance.

The Experimentor, a soul tracker who dabbles in soul research and time travel, has invited an audience to his laboratory to help him save the love of his life, whom he’s never met, from lifetime after lifetime of loneliness.

The play was created through the collaboration of 17 artists, including writers, actors, musicians and dancers.

Creative Ensemble: Armando Acevedo Gui Agustini, Melissa Almaguer, Nicholas Delgado, Lina Echeverri, Matthew Garcia, Randy Garcia, Melissa Ann Hubicsak, Bryan Lindeman, Ivan R. Lopez, Katrina Morris, Francesca Toledo, Lolliette Romero, JL Rumberger, Amy San Pedro, Jeremy Valdes, and Nadia Zehtabi.

Also, here is a link to a New Times article about the night: http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/cultist/2013/01/white_rose_miami_brings_soul_s.php

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