GableStage is back and has announced an ambitious reopening season which includes dramas, comedies, music and world-premiere productions.
Catch a fun and thought-provoking play at the one and only GableStage
The beloved, 23 year-old professional theatre company which makes its home in the Biltmore Hotel has an ambitious reopening season to challenge South Florida audiences with innovative productions of artistic excellence that confront today’s issues and ideas. The 2021-2022 Season includes dramas, comedies, music and world-premiere productions.
For more information contact the GableStage located at The Biltmore Hotel at (305) 445-1119.
New Season starts with “The Price” by Arthur Miller on November 12. Get a subscription today or book a ticket after September 20
New Artistic Director
New artistic director Bari Newport brings new life to the theater’s atmosphere
All New Season
New season includes dramas, comedies, music and world-premiere productions.
Save The Date
Save-the-date for SPLASH! A GableStage artistic swimming event at the Biltmore pool on October 28.
From premium, mid-week and preview Friday, with a savings of almost 30% off + more…
Intimate. Edgy. Inspiring. Established in 1998, GableStage is one of the longest-running and highly acclaimed theater companies in South Florida, striving to present the most vital and cutting edge works of contemporary playwrights worldwide. GableStage is the recipient of 64 Carbonell Awards, a prestigious South Florida theatre award, with over 200 nominations. .
Discover GableStage at The Biltmore
Bring a date, friend, family member or a business group to experience a night of fun and excitement at the GableStage theater located at The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida.
View Frequently Asked Questions on GableStage
What are the plays this season?
• The Price by Arthur Miller (November 12 – December 12)
• Joe Papp at the Ballroom, adapted by Susan Papp-Lippman and Avi Hoffman (December 17 – December 31)
• Me Before You, by Janece Shaffer and music by Kristian Bush (February 25 – March 27)
• The White Card by Claudia Rankine (January 14 – February 13)
• BOCA by Jessica Provenz (April 22 – May 22)
• FADE by Tanya Saracho (June 3 – July 3)
Special season add-on production: RUBENOLOGY, The Making of an American Legend, written by Vanessa Garcia and Ruben Rabasa (July 14-31, 2022)
What are the showtimes and days?
Wednesday: 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Thursdays: 7 p.m.
Fridays: 8 p.m.
Saturday: 2 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Sundays 2 p.m.
What are the season ticket options?
Answer: We have three flexible subscription packages: premium, mid-week and preview Friday. These packages offer a savings of almost 30% off single-ticket prices and provide a host of additional benefits, including $5 off all additional purchases, priority seating and easy, free exchanges. Subscribers will ALSO receive one complimentary ticket to any one of the six regular productions.
The three packages are premium, mid-week and preview:
The premium package lets you use your tickets any day you want, Wednesdays to Sundays. And for the first time, you can reserve seats for the entire season online! The cost is $350 — $340 for renewal.
The mid-week subscription lets you pick from day or evening performances on Wednesdays, or Thursday evenings, for $290 ($280 for renewals).
And finally, we have limited availability for preview performances – the Friday before every run. Price is $180.
Can I buy individual tickets?
Answer: Not yet. Individual tickets will be available for purchase beginning September 20th for all of this season’s productions!
What’s new this season?
Answer: More of everything! We’ve added Saturday matinees, two performances on Wednesdays and six subscription plays plus one special production!
What COVID-related precautions are you taking?
Answer: We have upgraded the air conditioning and air handling systems in the theater and we are constantly monitoring CDC, state and local guidance to ensure the safest possible experience for our patrons, actors and staff.
What we have already done: installed a series of UV lights to sanitize and remove airborne pathogens; replaced the door to the HVAC room with a modern, ventilated version; significantly upgraded all air filters for the entire theatre space.
What happens if COVID forces the season to be cut short again?
Answer: If productions or performances must be cancelled to comply with updated Government COVID-19 requirements, patrons will be offered an exchange or credit for their purchase.
Box Office Schedule
Non-Performance Days Hours: Monday – Friday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Performance Day Hours: Wednesday – Saturday: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. & Sundays: 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Call: (305) 445-1119