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The production of the musical "It Ain't Nothin' but the Blues" while in residence at the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse in 2014.
This production "Fences" by August Wilson closed M Ensemble 2015-16 Season with rave reviews.
This production 'Five Guys Named Moe" was presented at the Lyric Theater for its' 2014-15 Season.
A review of "Fences" by Bill Hirschman of Florida Stage.. This production was held in the Black Box at the City of Miami Hadley Park.
Christine Dolen review of "The Piano Lesson" by August Wilson. This production was a part of M Ensemble 2015-16 Season and was performed in the Black Box Studio at North Miami Senior High School.
Award recipients of the 2015 George Abbott Award by the Carbonell Committee.
Christine Dolen review of "Knock Me a Kiss" by Charles Smith. This production was a part of M Ensemble's 2014-15 Season and was performed at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center.
2016-17 Theater Season
The M Ensemble Company is Florida’s longest running African American professional theater company. M Ensemble celebrates its 45th Anniversary Season in 2016-17 with a return to Liberty City, the company’s home in the 1970s. M Ensemble is now poised to become the resident theater company of the new Sandrell Rivers Theater, a 199-seat theater, located at 6101 NW 7th Avenue in Miami-Dade County Liberty City community.
STUDENTS ON STAGE
The M Ensemble Company will provide a theater program-"Students on Stage" (SOS)- for those at risk youth who are in the After-School Programs at Santa Clara and Miami Park Elementary schools during 2016-17. The activities will be conducted at these schools on Mondays-Thursdays. Theater games and exercises that build improvisation skills will be offered to ages 6-12. We anticipate reaching out to 100 youth weekly from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. Another component to this program will reach out to the YWCA of Greater Miami Dade Teen Division located in the Overtown area. This program will be conducted during the YWCA summer camp program. Students will be taught acting techniques, costumes design and stage craft for six weeks.The number of anticipated participants is 145.