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Video Interviews with the Cast of “A Wonderful World”

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If you’re a person of a certain age, a lover of jazz, a fan of outsized personalities, you’re probably familiar with the late LOUIS ARMSTRONG., the great jazz trumpeter and gravel-voiced singer. Told from the shifting perspectives of his four wives, “A Wonderful World” is full of Armstrong songs both well-known and obscure.
— Christine Dolen

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Joseph Papp Tribute at GableStage

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By Christine Dolen

The incomparable theatrical impresario JOSEPH PAPP has been memorialized in different ways since his death in 1991 at the age of 70.  Now, three decades after his passing, Papp and his legacy have become the subjects of an almost-solo show, “Joe Papp at the Ballroom.” Debuting at GableStage through Dec. 31, the world premiere piece is the work of three adaptors:  actor Avi Hoffman, director Eleanor Reissa and playwright Susan Papp-Lippman, eldest of Papp’s children. 

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The Multi-Faceted Aurin Squire, Playwright for “A Wonderful World”

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AURIN SQUIRE is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and reporter. He is a recipient of the 2014 Lecomte du Nouy Prize from Lincoln Center and the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwright Fellowship at The Juilliard School. His new play, “A WONDERFUL WORLD,” premiered at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach in December, 2021.

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Michel Hausmann: Founding Artistic Director, Miami New Drama at the Colony Theatre

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MICHEL HAUSMANN is a Venezuelan-born theater director, producer, and writer. He is the co-founder and Artistic Director of MIAMI NEW DRAMA, the resident company and operator of the historic COLONY THEATRE on Miami Beach. Hausmann is the book writer and director of “The Golem Of Havana.”

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New Artistic Director Aims to Make a Splash with Her First GableStage Season

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By Christine Dolen

With an eye toward serving the company’s existing audience and attracting new theatergoers, Bari Newport has chosen her first GableStage season.
The majority of the pieces have been written or co-written by women, and nearly all will be directed by them.

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