Cover art of the Environmental Issue: Digital Art of the sun rising on three birds
7 Deadly Sins in Miami
Pride Sloth: a performance art on the seven deadly sins
Pictured, Stephen G. Anthony, Sandi Stock Photo by Justin Swader

After they get their temperature checked at Miami New Drama’s box office, the audience of 7 Deadly Sins is sent to Purgatory, which happens to be a bar in the middle of the thoroughfare of Lincoln Road, a large outdoor mall in Miami Beach. Converted storefronts have large red signs over them showcasing which sin will be represented within with sets behind glass. The sets range from a detailed, realistic restaurant setting for Gluttony to the elegant chairs on either side of a coffin display for Greed.

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Andie Arthur
Andie Arthur

is the resident playwright and co-Artistic Director of Lost Girls Theatre, adjunct faculty at New World School of the Arts, and the executive director of the South Florida Theatre League.