Monday, June 22, 2009

Ground Up and Rising Theatre: On An Average Day (1 review)

Ground Up and Rising first presented On An Average Day at Gablestage in Coral Gables back in May. Its brief run was extended before moving down to ArtSouth in Homestead.

The John Kolvenbach play has now found its way to Miami Beach, opening at the Byron Carlyle Theatre on June 19. Its limited run includes two more performancs, June 26th and 27th.

Arturo Fernandez directs a cast that features himself and Anfaldo Carmouze.

Christine Dolen reviewed for the Miami Herald:
The newest show from South Florida's Ground Up & Rising theater company, On an Average Day continues the troupe's edgy artistic journey as well as its peripatetic wanderings from one regional venue to another.
Sit close, so you don't miss the nuanced intricacies in the performances by Arturo Fernandez and Arnaldo Carmouze as the damaged sons of an emotionally deadened father.
Ground Up & Rising demonstrates yet again both its power and potential. Now all it needs to do is forge an ongoing connection with an audience hungry for provocative, emotionally involving theater.
Ground Up and Rising presents On An Average Day at the Byron Carlyle Theatre through June 27.

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