When you walk into Miami Light Project's theater space, you will find yourself momentarily on stage. The space is set up so the stage has its back to those entering; you have to walk through it to get to the chairs. There's a sensation of getting lost backstage and accidentally stepping out in front of a full house. It's not some avant-garde form of audience participation theater but rather an inventive, logistical turning of the tables, symbolic of the first company to perform in the Light Box Studio series, Mad Cat, and its mission. Like John Rodaz of Oye Rep, Paul Tei, creator and artistic director of Mad Cat, hopes to fill a niche in South Florida by producing original work and contemporary adaptations of classics that a modern audience can... More >>>