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By Brenna Dixon, AIRIE I grew up a born-and-raised Floridian, knowing that if it was raining in the front yard, probably my brother and I could play in the back where it would be sunny. I watched half-eaten possums float by in the canal I fished with a childhood friend, was mesmerized by the seemingly […]

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By Joey Bargsten, Florida Atlantic University MelanchoLalaland™, our multimedia opera, is in full swing. Here’s a few of the lighting/staging sketches we prepared to visually explain the relationship of live performer to screen for the Miami venues we are currently pursuing. The corporate-dystopia environment was built in Maya and Unity, and doubles as a set […]

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By Grace Weber, @gracewebermusic This item is cross-posted from the blog of the National YoungArts Foundation. On Thursday, June 26, Knight Foundation President Alberto Ibargüen will moderate the latest installment in the YoungArts Salon Series, which is funded by Knight. The conversation will feature dancer-choreographer Justin Peck and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens discussing “The Art of […]

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By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art New York, New York! As they say, it’s a wonderful town (although obviously it doesn’t hold a candle to the Magic City). However, when a Knight Curatorial Fellow is tasked with seeing the best of international contemporary art (and Art Basel Miami Beach is a long way off), […]

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By Kira Obolensky, Ten Thousand Things Next season, Ten Thousand Things will produce three plays, using what’s become a standard rubric for season planning for this unique organization that brings theater to non-traditional and traditional audiences: a play by Shakespeare in the fall; a musical in the winter; and a new play in the spring. […]

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By Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Arts Partnership, a nonprofit collaboration between the Minnesota Opera, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, The Schubert Club and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, announced on Wednesday, June 11 the official names of the newly constructed concert hall and adjoining spaces at the Ordway. The new facilities, which are […]

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By Adria Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet Its 2013-2014 season may have come to a close just a few weeks ago, but Miami City Ballet is already gearing up for the new season ahead. Our dancers returned to the studios on June 9th to begin learning next season’s ballets. They’re beginning with choreographer Justin Peck’s new […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1: The Art & Technology Network Opening the BRING IT! Performance Art Series is a live performance double feature by animator, designer, and multimedia artist Miwa Matreyek. Internationally recognized, Matreyek is based in Los Angeles and creates animated short films that integrate animation, performance, and video installation. Arriving to animation from a […]

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By Carrie Chapter, Philadelphia Theatre Company On June 13th Philadelphia Theatre Company celebrated Colin Quinn’s solo show, UNCONSTITUTIONAL, with a dazzling, packed Opening Night performance. Up until curtain, a winding swath of latecomers stood in line by the box office asking to buy any remaining tickets – a testament to the force field Quinn tends […]

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By Carrie Chapter, Philadelphia Theatre Company On Wednesday, May 7th at 7pm, Philadelphia Theatre Company presented a staged reading of the Terrence McNally Award-winning play, AMERICAN CANVAS, by Bill Cain. With a cast comprised of some of Philadelphia’s finest intermingled with a few PTC faves from New York, AMERICAN CANVAS sets out to tell the […]

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