A Troupe of Villains in Little Haiti
On a corner lot in Little Haiti lays a warehouse-esque space positioned in between art murals created by neighborhood legend Serge. With a fresh coat of paint the space blends in seamlessly with its surroundings perhaps hosting any of many small Haitian businesses in the neighborhood. The irony however is that a crew of villains lurk inside planning devious feats of....Comedy?
Peter Mir has been building the Villain Theater troupe for over 3 years from humble roots in Kendall. With this new space and relentless energy he is on a tear establishing the most talked about Improvisational and Comedy oriented theater in Miami. The streets (and social media) are definitely talking and if you haven't heard about it yet you may need to question the quality of your friendships on Instagram and Facebook.
With 3-4 hour shows on Fridays and Saturdays featuring some of the top underground talent on their black box stage, the $12 ticket price is a steal guaranteed to give you so much laughter you'll end up with a 3 cent price per giggle by the end of the night. But the true surprise is what happens both backstage and at the end of the show that we've been told can only be revealed if you attend a performance. But we got a little sneak peek and got the insider scoop by talking directly with Peter in our podcast (see below) and getting his insight on Theater in Miami, Little Haiti, LGBQT and the incredible journey he has had as Husband, Actor, Father and Entrepreneur.