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“Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother” is playwright and director Rick Shiomi’s first new work since his departure from Mu Performing Arts (a Knight Arts grantee) last year. At Saturday’s stripped-down workshop performance of the play at Dreamland Arts, Shiomi described the work as “about halfway there;” he said he had some tweaking yet to […]

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Photo by Alexey Taran from Bistoury Physical Theatre and Film

Carlota Pradera returns to the Miami Theater Center as part of its 2013-2014 SandBox Series for the premiere of “Bare Bones,” an experimental dance performance featuring special guest artist Lazaro Godoy, who has just returned after a few years performing in Israel. I sat down with Pradera & Godoy on floor of the SandBox Theater […]

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Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez

Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez is a multi-talented artist and a significant voice for women and Miami’s cultural continuity. Her work as an experimental filmmaker pushes the boundaries of cinema to create politically minded work that attempts to change perceptions within segments of the population and the community at large. This Friday, May 23rd at 7 […]

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LandMindz has partnered with Shadow’s Dinner Theatre to bridge a void between all disciplines of the arts with the general public. A lot of times, local artists face slim chances of being booked on a stage with a built-in audience to witness their ability to perform. Shelton Land, the founder of LandMindz, has worked hard […]

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When Moliere’s “School for Wives” was first performed, it was before the brother of the French king. Some 352 years later, the play still holds up, and we get to see a rousing, quirky, seriously funny production of it at Coach House Theatre. Things could have gone awry when actor Terry Burgler became ill and […]

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Next Sunday, if you happen to drive down Mulberry Street past the Grand Opera House and wonder why so many women from college age to your grandma’s age are lined up to enter, just know that “50 Shades! The Musical” is showing at 7 p.m. This theatrical production is a parody of E.L. James bestselling […]

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Maybe it isn’t always true, but it seems to be – when you watch a French farce (like “Don’t Dress for Dinner,” currently being presented at Weathervane Playhouse, a Knight Arts grantee), you can pretty much expect lots of sexual innuendo, and invariably in the form of marital infidelity. And, you can also predict it’ll […]

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“Ring of Fire” is a country and rockabilly treat when put into the hands of Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee and its remarkable cast of singers and musicians. The show takes a reflective biographical look at musical legend and star Johnny Cash through his music. If you know nothing about Cash, you’ll learn a […]

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Pangea World Theater and Teatro del Pueblo (both Knight Arts grantees) have been collaborating since 2010, co-presenting work in the annual Political Theatre Festivals and with productions like Luis Alfaro’s “Oedipus El Rey,” Sandra Cisneros’ “House On Mango Street,” and last year, with Nilo Cruz’s “Lorca in a Green Dress.” But their latest endeavor together, the world premiere […]

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The ultimate purpose of the Fired Works Ceramics Exhibition and Sale is to raise funds, preserve history and support artists. This year commemorates nine years of almost 100 ceramic potters connecting with the Macon community via their presentation, products and skills. The event draws people from all over that flock to the southeast region to […]

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