Popular One-Person Shows return to the New World School of the Arts stage

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Dianne Garriga with a purple crystal ball in her hands.Luis Herrera is holding his glasses and squinting.

MIAMI – Thirteen graduating seniors from New World School of the Arts’ college theater program present One-Person Shows as their BFA Senior Project. Writing, acting and producing their own 20-30 minute piece requires “verve and an abundance of creativity and self-reliance” stated David Kwiat, coordinator of the project at NWSA.

Schedule of presentation:
Thursday, December 16: Program A: 5:00 pm; Program B: 8:00 pm
Friday, December 17: Program A: 8:00 pm; Program B: 5:00 pm
Thursday, January 5: Program C: 5:00 pm; Program D:  8:00 pm
Friday, January 6: Program C: 8:00 pm; Program D:  5:00 pm
 
All four programs will be presented at the Louise O. Gerrits Theater at New World School of the Arts, MDC Wolfson Campus, Building #5. 25 NE 2 Street, 8th floor, downtown Miami. All performances are free and open to the public.
 
Programs A and B: December 17 and 18
Bill A:
1.    Sahid Arnaud Pabon JACKED: An Obsession
2.    Jessica Perez Dos Gardenias
3.    Leo Jasper Davis THE FACTS
4.    Luis Herrera Greg or A One Man’s Journey Through Theoretical Parallel Universes and Everything Else That Lies Beyond Them
 
Bill B:
1.    Nate Promkul Delivery
2.    Vivian Garcia-Lopez Sweet Tooth
3.    Brandon Osorio Curtain Call
 
January 5th and 6th
Bill C:  
1.    Elizabeth Danielle Pujadas The Doctor Will See You Now
2.    Dianne Garriga The Magic in Me
3.    Joseph Pino (Just Another Day)

Bill D:
1.    Marilyn Rodriguez Root Awakening
2.    Sheri Wieseman No Refills
3.    Brayan Quevedo Through the Smoke and Mirrors
 
For the past twenty-seven years David Kwiat has been the coordinator of the One Festival.  He is a professor in the Theater Division at NWSA and has performed with numerous local and national theater companies as well as having performed his own one-person show; John Barrymore: Confessions of an Actor in London, the Edinburgh International Festival and well asthroughout the United States.  He also received the Carbonell Award for “Best Actor” as well as “Best Supporting Actor.”
 
New World School of the Arts was created by the Florida Legislature as a center of excellence in the performing and visual arts, is an educational partnership of Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami Dade College and the University of Florida. Information about the NWSA Theater program is available by calling 305-237-3541 or visiting http://nwsa.mdc.edu.
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