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The Adrienne Arsht Center presents ‘Clark Gable Slept Here’

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Clark Gable Slept Here, a Hollywood satire, will premiere at Adrienne Arsht Center’s intimate Carnival Studio Theater (Ziff Ballet Opera House). The play will preview on March 20 and will run from March 21 through April 6.

Clark Gable Slept Here continues the Arsht Center’s acclaimed 2013-2014 Theater Up Close Series which features artistic collaborations from oustanding local theater ensembles and nationally acclaimed theater companies.

Clark Gable Slept Here is directed by Carbonell Award-winning playwright and Zoetic Stage co-founder Michael McKeever (South Beach Babylon, Moscow).

The play follows one of silver screen's brightest stars charms his way through the Golden Globe Awards ceremony, his staff tries to figure out what to do with the dead male prostitute on the floor of his penthouse suite.

South Florida favorite Michael McKeever, takes a look behind the closed doors of the Hollywood elite, and presents a jet-black satire on what it means to be a "man" in the make-believe world of motion pictures. The play contains nudity and adult language.

Clark Gable Slept Here stars Carbonell Award winners, Michael McKeever and Lela Elam, multiple nominee Clay Cartland, as well as Vanessa Elise and Robert Johnson.

Tickets to Clark Gable Slept Here are $45. To purchase tickets, visit www.arshtcenter.org or call (305) 949-6722.

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