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Brévo Theatre Presents

"Brévo for Broadway"

at Little Haiti Cultural Center
Directed & Choreographed
Jamel Booth
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Joi Armstrong




Jayden Bryan



Eliza Finskaya




Taylor Graham



Vanisha Hinnant



Ciara Hutchins



Elba Legro




Jamall Lynch


Jayden Nelson



Joshua Reaves


Madison Rosenblatt





Melissa Jailene Rojas


Victoria Strong



Denis Tran

Hirlaine Volcy



Omari White

Song List


1). The Sparkling Diamond (Moulin Rouge)

Elba, Ensemble

2). Monologue Montage I

Omari, Eliza, Hirlaine, Denis, Joshua

3). Take A Break (Hamilton)

Jamall, Elba, Vanisha, Joshua

4). Say No to This (Hamilton)

Jamall, Taylor, Omari, Jayden B.

5). Dancin' on the Sidewalk (FAME)

Joshua, Ensemble

6). Monologue Montage II

Jayden N., Melissa, Victoria, Taylor

7). It’s All Over (Dreamgirls)

Joi, Jamall, Ciara, Jayden N., Omari, Taylor, Elba

8). And I Am Telling You (Dreamgirls)

Joi, Omari




9). Steppin' to the Bad Side (Dreamgirls)


10). Monologue Montage III

Elba, Joshua, Madison, Jamall

11). Listen (Dreamgirls)

Joi, Taylor

12). Detroit ‘67

Victoria, Madison

13). Inner White Girl (A Strange Loop)

Jayden N., Joshua, Jamall, Jayden B., Omari

14). Thoughts of a Colored Man

Jayden N., Joshua, Jamall, Jayden B., Omari


Meet the Creative Team

Jamel Booth (Director/Choreographer)
Jamel Booth is a director and choreographer from Miami. He started his theater training at Norland Middle School’s theater arts magnet program under the direction of Tanisha Cidel. From there, he attended Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School’s theatre magnet. He received his BA in theater performance from Florida A&M University. While in college, he worked at the historic African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, where he served as a theater and musical theater instructor for six years. He taught hundreds of students ranging from ages 4 to 17. He also served as the program manager for Academy Award-winning playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Youth Artist Leadership Summer (YALS) program. While there, he co-directed a multitude of one-person shows, in conjunction with McCraney, for the students’ final performances at the historic Lyric Theatre. Post graduation, Booth received his first professional credit directing and choreographing George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum. He now heads his alma mater’s magnet theater program. His directing, choreographing and music-direction credits include: Dreamgirls, Hamilton: An American Musical, FAME the Musical, The Wiz and High School Musical. Acting credits include: Black Nativity, Catch Me if You Can, Young Frankenstein, Pippin and Schoolhouse Rock: LIVE!
Joshua Reaves (Rehearsal Director)
Joshua Reaves is a student, performer, director/choreographer, and teaching artist who uses his platform to make arts education accessible to all. At the height of the pandemic, Joshua partnered with his Krop drama teacher, Jamel Booth, to teach musical theatre choreography via Zoom and Instagram Live classes for students in the drama program with an open invitation for anyone else who wanted to join. The goal was to increase physical activity and connectivity in a world where the norm had shifted to staying in bed and only seeing immediate family members all day. They taught over 500 viewers per class, gaining viewership from across the country. For this, Joshua was recognized as a featured artist in the Adrienne Arsht Center’s “Arsht@Home: The Art of Making” series and featured alongside his drama instructor to teach at the Florida Theatre Conference. Joshua is a former United Way Youth Institute President, former MKHS Theatre Rehearsal Director, Magnet Schools of America Scholar, International Thespian Honor Society member, Dr. Michael M. Krop Principal’s Hall of Fame inductee, and Miami Herald Silver Knight in Drama. In the fall, Joshua will be attending Florida State University with a Florida Academic Bright Futures Scholarship as a freshman in their highly competitive BFA Acting Program.
Brianne Cidel (Music Director)
Brianne Cidel is a gifted and skilled actor, singer, dancer, director from Miami, Fl who for the past 10 years has trained in theatre at various performing arts schools. Attending New World School of the arts for high school with a focus in musical theatre, she was seen in their productions of Children of Eden as a Storyteller, Bye Bye Birdie as Mrs. Peterson, as well as performing at the Olympia Theatre for the Rising Stars production. Brianne was also a member of the New World Connection for two years, a recruitment touring company. In the summer of 2016, she was chosen to be a part of the YALS program (Youth Artist Leadership Program, run by Oscar award winner, Tarell Alvin McCraney), where she played the lead (Creona) in an adapted version of Antigone, which she assisted in writing. She was also seen in McCraney’s stage reading of The Brother/Sister plays as Nia in 2017. After graduation, she matriculated to Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, where she majored in theatre performance and minored in music. Brianne appeared in The FAMU Essential Theatre productions of “Sing On Ms. Griot'' as Ms. Griot, “In The Red and Brown Water'' as Aunt Elegua, and “Little Shop of Horrors” as Crystal. She was also a member of the FAMU Connection for 3 years. On OWN’s set of David Makes Man in 2018, she had the opportunity to serve as assistant vocal director for the choir for episode 7. In spring of 2019, she started her music career with her first single “See Through Me'' produced by 7233 Roots. Since then she has worked and collaborated with various artists, sung and performed for events located at places like the Capital of FL, The Adrienne Arsht Center, the Alfred Lawson Multipurpose Center, etc., and sung background for world renown artists like Tye Tribbett. In addition, she served as the Music Director for Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School’s theatre program. In 2020, Brianne directed the film “Melodic Wonderland”, a Christmas special by Sigma Alpha Iota that streamed on all social media platforms. During her summers, she enjoys teaching musical theatre and directing kids at Evolutionary Arts. Brianne desires to continue to touch and encourage people through her art, with God being her source.
Zaylin Yates (Founding Managing Director/Stage Manager)
Zaylin Yates is the Founding Managing Director of Brévo Theatre, an incorporated 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to amplifying the voices of young Black artists and providing a platform to the unheard by highlighting up-and-coming playwrights, actors, dancers and directors, by offering a diverse entertainment experience through color-blind casting. In his current role, Zaylin works in the Programming Department as an Engagement Manager at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts of Miami Dade County, where he manages, coordinates, and communicates production logistics while monitoring production budgets across the center. Zaylin also serves on the Heritage Committee at the Arsht Center, a program dedicated to celebrating black artists in the South Florida community. Zaylin is a proud alumnus of Florida A&M University where he obtained his M.B.A, B.S. in Business Administration, and B.A. in Theatre Performance. Over the past 10 years, Zaylin has both produced, directed, and performed, in various productions throughout the Southeast including “Detroit ’67”, “The Colored Museum”, and “Legally Blonde: The Musical”. Zaylin thrives in bringing out the best in all artists by presenting honest characters and truthful stories. Zaylin is the recipient of the Joel A. Crane Golden Spirit Award, as well as, a member of Progressive Black Men Inc., and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America. Zaylin also serves as the Board President for the Loch Lomond Club South Homeowners Association and sits on the Division of Arts & Culture grant panel for the Florida Department of State. During his down time, you can find Zaylin reading, working out, spending time outdoors, or serving on the Worship Team at Church By The Glades. Zaylin thanks God, family, and friends who have uplifted him through his journey.
Terrence Pride (Producing Artistic Director)
Terrence “TM” Pride is a native of Quincy, Florida, and a graduate of Florida A&M University in theater performance and dance. He received his Master of Education in Urban Education from Florida International University in 2022. He has choreographed over 60 pieces of work, including musicals and dance recitals. A man of many talents; director, choreographer, dancer, costume designer, and teacher. Terrence can be seen on the stage or behind the camera; Rialto Theatre’s American Black Princess, HBO’s Love Craft Country are two of his most recent productions. He completed his third year as a principal dancer with Peter London Global Dance Company in 2022. His career as a professional teaching artist began in 2012, as the director of the arts program for 21st Century Fun2Learn Camp for four years in Gadsden County. He continued his work in arts administration at the Joan Kroc Atlanta Theater Camp, Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, FL, Apalachee Tapestry School of the Arts in Tallahassee, FL, Ailey Camp Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center, and lastly Dillard Center for the Arts in Fort Lauderdale. Terrence curated Definitive Arts: Arts Integrated Education, lessons for the classroom teacher infuse common core with fun and energetic elements of drama and dance! As a scholar and advocate for cultural and arts education, he aspires to create safe and nurturing spaces for arts and cultural exploration and representation through theater and dance. Through his involvement with local and state grant committees, The E.A.T.N. Project, which connects communities and schools, and the South Florida Afro Pride organization which promotes health and wellness amongst the black LGBTQAI+ community, Terrence is actively engaged in community and collaboration. Recently, T.M. Pride received the Sara Spencer Child Drama Award from the Southeastern Theatre Conference for his dynamic and engaging work for young people. For more visit:


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Board of Directors

Jamel Booth

Dr. Dominic Grasso

Austin Gaskin

Deidra Rogers



Special Thanks

Michael Hausmann - Miami New Drama at The Colony Theater

Ricky Dume - Ricky Danco School of Dance

Pastor Sonja & Joey Foster - The Fresh Church

Eansly Phelix



Thank you to Our Sponsors

City of Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

Publix Super Markets Charities

Radical Partners