Your Home for Theater and Culture! Miami Theater Center's mission is to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences of all ages and abilities. Led by Miami native and Artistic Director Stephanie Ansin, Miami Theater Center creates, develops and produces stimulating, inspiring and thought-provoking productions for audiences of all ages and abilities. We are committed to providing the very best in cultural value to our community. And to ensuring that everyone who enters our theater or engages with our organization feels the warmth of our welcome, and the transformational power of the theater and the new works we present. MTC's initiatives include: MTCperformance, fresh adaptations and innovative new works; MTCeducation, learning opportunities for students, professionals, and members of the general public; and MTCfilm, independent, foreign, family, and art films presented in partnership with O Cinema.
Everybody Drinks the Same Water
by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla
Directed by Stephanie Ansin.
Suspicion and intrigue give rise to romance and collaboration in this medieval murder mystery. Three teenagers of different religions set out on a journey to discover who poisoned their city’s water supply – and create unity amongst their warring cultures.
Journey to Mutum: a Cultural Encounter
Sacred music. Tribal dance. Experience the never-before-seen rituals of the Yawanawá Tribe of the Brazilian Amazon here on our stage, and be among the first to welcome them to the United States. They will journey from their home to bring an Indigenous celebration that is sure to transport you – don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime event.
The Legend of the Pink Elephant
Conceived, Directed & Choreographed by Luckner Bruno, Jr.
Music by Luciano Stazzone
Embrace diversity. Celebrate differences. Amid a spectacle of circus arts, music, dance, and theater, a young elephant takes a journey that changes his life – and encourages us all to value our diversity and individuality.
InSchool - One of the many ways we share the power of theater is through our workshops for elementary, middle and high school students. Students will learn about what it takes to create theater, play theater games and create an original scene.
InPark - MTC extends the joy of theater beyond our doors is through our InPark initiative. Through our partnership with Miami-Dade Parks Disability Services, we offer adults with disabilities the opportunity to use theater games and storytelling to develop their self-esteem, social skills and creativity.
OnCall - Joy. Laughter. The healing power of theater. MTC's teaching artists deliver all of that and more to seriously ill children and teenagers when they visit our area hospitals.
Arison Foundation & Film Producer
Director Carnival Foundation
Partner of Shutts & Bowen, LLP
Juan Luis Betancourt
Mrs. Elaiza Irizarry
Yolima De Avila
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.