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Photo: Paula Lobo Odisea.

“Odisea” is part of choreographer Carolyn Dorfman’s The Legacy Project—her tireless exploration of the trials and traumas of the Jewish diaspora. In “Odisea,” Dorfman chronicles the persecution and odyssey (or odisea) of 23 Jewish refugees who fled Recífe, Brazil for America in 1654. Created in 2004, “Odisea” commemorates the 350th anniversary of this odyssey. “I […]

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The Allman Brothers Band had a unique way of bringing all types of people together in the name of music. They were an essential force of crossing cultures and placing Macon on the global radar. The Allman Brothers Band planted a family tree that still stands strong, and you don’t have to be kinfolk to […]

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The lifestyle of Native Americans has been preserved throughout the United States with national monuments and reservations. Each year, during the middle of September, thousands of people from all over the Southeast and beyond come out to the Ocmulgee Indian Celebration. This year, the dates fall on September 20 and 21. From 10 a.m. until 6 […]

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For the latest in their Women of Substance series, St. Kate’s O’Shaughnessy Auditorium is presenting a world premiere dance opera, “Test Pilot,” which offers a lens onto the Wright Brothers’ historic experiments with flight, as seen through the eyes of their much less well-known sister, Katharine. A collaborative project by two McKnight Artist Fellows, composer […]

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Macon Pops was not designed to be an ordinary performance group. In 2013, Matt Catingub, a Grammy Award-winning arranger, and Steve Moretti, a Grammy-nominated musician, played together, and this encounter gave birth to the Macon Pops. Although, this body of musicians and vocalists is labeled as an orchestra, they don’t reflect the stereotypes of what […]

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“Hight Tea” @ inkub8

Published on August 28, 2014 by in Dance, Miami, Theater

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“High Tea” by Guillermo León Gómez.

“High Tea” on Saturday, August 30th from 8-10 p.m.  marks the conclusion of Guillermo León Gómez’s month-long residency at Inkub8 (a Knight Arts grantee). During his residency, Gómez has focused on his obsession with repetition, replication and consumerist culture and how those three things impact the body and/or are expressed through the body. He has […]

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E Everybody looks forward to First Friday in downtown Macon. There’s a plethora of fun to enjoy including food, music and spirits. A lot of the venues book live musicians for this once-a-month event because it’s an extraordinary night that generates an economic boost to the community. Many cities around the United States have a […]

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Every genre of music in the world can create some type of line dance. In America, you can definitely find a group dance associated with songs ranging from country to soul. Line dances have become so popular that people are trying to break records in the categories of attendance and the duration. If you wonder […]

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There’s nothing like a 10-course meal set to a montage of romantic endings, especially when chef Tanner Gill is behind the meals. Next Wednesday, August 27th at the Bakehouse Art Complex, Pioneer Winter and Indiefilmclub/Film Gate Miami Interactive Festival will present “Romantic Endings,” a film-inspired event that pairs 10 of the most memorable romantic death […]

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The Delta blues is to Kansas like southern rock is to Georgia. August 22 at 8 p.m., Moreland & Arbuckle, natives of Kansas, will be the featured performers for the Blues and Brews concert series presented by The Outlaw 100.9 FM radio station at the Cox Capitol Theatre on 382 Second Street. Aaron Moreland and […]

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