Presented by Miami-Dade County

Department of Transportation & Public Works



Written by Juan C. Sanchez

Directed by: Tai Thompson

An immersive real-time Theatre experience 

telling the history of one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods

From APRIL 16th  through MAY 4th

The Wynwood Yard 56 NW 29th St.


About Wynwood Stories

An immersive real-time Theatre experience telling the history of one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods

Immerse yourself in to the personal stories of the people who lived, worked, and made significant contributions to Wynwood – and her ever-changing landscape.

“During our time in Wynwood, we have been fascinated by the rich history and unique characters who impacted the trajectory of this special neighborhood's evolution. Now, during this moment of rapid change, it's the perfect time to reveal, illuminate, and celebrate the pivotal moments that conspired to make Wynwood such an inspiring and complex phenomenon. And who better to tell this story than the most brilliant storytellers in our city Juggerknot Theatre Company. When I first had the honor of experiencing Miami Motel Stories in Little Havana, I was blown away by use of hyper-local immersive theater as a compelling and groundbreaking lens into Miami's vibrant history. Though our time in Wynwood was borrowed, this neighborhood has become deeply beloved by our whole team, and we couldn't be more honored to host this notable cultural experience at The Yard.”

Della Heiman Founder of The Wynwood Yard

Join us

From April16 through May 4th

At The Wynwood Yard 56 NW 29th St. Miami, FL

Written By

Juan C. Sanchez

Wynwood Through Time

Telling the history of one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods

An Immersive theatre experience written by local playwright Juan C. Sanchez and Directed by NYC based immersive theatre director Tai Thompson. Wynwood Stories will uncover several layers and changes of the neighborhood touching upon her many transitions. From 1917 when the neighborhood was first called Wyndwood Park, home to middle-class families who worked at many of the neighborhood’s commercial businesses including Coca-Cola and Merita Bread; to becoming the third largest garment district in the country, home to both retailers and manufacturers. In mid-1950’s, “Little San Juan”, and the arrival of artist-run spaces such as The Bakehouse. The Graffiti and Street art culture, the impact of The Miami riots, to what Wynwood is today… a destination location and home to a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, clubs, retail, art galleries, artist work spaces, performance spaces, and walls of street art.


Choose your Wynwood Stories route you can select bus route 2 or 32.
Complimentary cocktails provided by Coconut Cartel and Drakes Handcrafted Organic Vodka

Unique Stories
We are the storytellers

Experience the stories behind Wynwood's vibrant history


April 16 - May 4

Immerse yourself in the experience