$25 General ($5 discount for members – advanced only)
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Witness the evolution of a developing script by one of Key West’s singular talents. Michael Marrero will workshop Repair, a two-man play co-written with New York actor Julio Trinidad over two nights. Audiences have a chance to get a first glimpse at this brand new script and give feedback at a Q & A following each reading.
Repair wastes no time launching into the action. The play opens as a car pulls into a closed body shop in Queens one night in the middle of a downpour. When the mechanic goes outside to let the driver know the shop isn’t open, he quickly discovers that nothing about the encounter is random.
March 12: Table reading
March 19: Staged reading
Watch how scripts evolve from feedback and how essential an audience is to the process. One ticket lets you attend one or both shows!
sponsored by Moondog Café and Bakery
Michael Marrero is a Cuban American artist who was born and raised in Key West, Florida. After setting upon a formal education in arts he established himself as a driven professional with a sharp eye for both the micro and the macro. His photo and video assignments have taken him from tropical paradises to shantytowns in Central America. He has dealt with the volatile and the delicate always finding the compassion, humor and humanity of his subjects.
Julio Trinidad was born and raised in Queens, New York, to Dominican parents Argelia Rodriguez and Julio Trinidad Sir. His mother was a home care attendant, and his father a carpenter. He attended LaGuardia Community College as a theater major, then Terry Schreiber Studios. He has been acting on stage in New York and regionally since 2013, and made his first short film debut in 2018, with Riley Was Here. Last season, he starred in Marrero’s provocative comedy Alligator Alley that premiered at The Studios.