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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 Roger Riddle When you first walk into Fresh Produce Records in downtown Macon, it’s like you’ve stepped into a clubhouse for fans of independent music rather than a retail shop. There may be someone sitting on a couch reading a magazine. Obscure experimental rock music plays in the background as people standing around the […]

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The Charlotte New Music Festival (CNMF) presents the final event of the festival, “Arts Align,” on June 28th at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Johnson C. Smith University’s Black Box Theatre in The Arts Factory (1545 W. Trade St.). CNMF began in 2012 to foster new collaborations and further the creation of new music […]

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Every Thursday in July will call for a rivalry between some of the best DJs in Macon at Shadows. It doesn’t matter what type of music you play, you can enter the competition. Each DJ will be judged on their creative talents along with audience applause and shouts. This is a new type of wave […]

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Attention Miami-based artists: Tigertail is looking for high-quality films that examine movement and dance for the 2015 ScreenDance Miami Festival, which will run January 22-25, 2015. Summer workshops begin in July at Inkub8. The deadline for film submissions is September 1st of this year. ScreenDance Miami is curated by Marissa Alma Nick and supports new […]

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The River City Revue returns this week for another summer of “babysitter-worthy events for people of the Twin Cities to come out and experience their national park.” In a video promoting the event (see above), Dan Dressler of the National Park Service describes the Mississippi riverfront as natural treasure hidden in plain view, “going from bluff to bluff […]

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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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By Carrie Chapter, Philadelphia Theatre Company It is not every day that a lauded playwright pays more than one visit to a regional production of a Tony Award-winning play. For the PTC production of the side-splitting comedy, VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE, playwright Christopher Durang was kind enough to come in to not […]

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