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Over the weekend, the Painted Bride Art Center hosted a rare retrospective of the Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers (KYL/D) as they set out to mark the five year anniversary of their relocation from New York to Philadelphia. In a relatively short span, this group of brilliantly gifted movers and makers created a home in the Philadelphia region, […]

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Reading Queer

I’m coming out. My name is Neil de la Flor, and I’m the Executive Director of Reading Queer and a writer for Knight Arts. Reading Queer, which won a 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Grant, seeks to establish Miami as a diverse and vibrant center for queer literature. Our mission is to transform the lives of the […]

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Mercer Theatre will present Vladimir Volkoff’s “Love Kills” at the Back Door Theatre in Willingham Hall November 14-24. Tickets are $5 at the door. The performance comes in conjunction with an international colloquium on the life and writings of Volkoff. Mercer University Press is publishing Volkoff’s 2004 novel “The Pope’s Guest/L’Hôte du Pape,” translated to […]

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Belaxis Buil in the first person

Published on November 7, 2013 by in Miami, Theater

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Belaxis Buil

Belaxis Buil is a keen, acute and intuitive artist. She is also a woman and mother. Through years of a seemingly fantasized life by others, Corbusier’s own self, Buil has been hit on the head by the weight and realities of life—making her a hybrid humane human in constant

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Memory plays are cool things, for they seem to dramatically represent the kind of stubborn, unwanted, way less than tidy, messy, uncontrollable, and persistent remembrances that frankly we all would like to forget if we could. That could be said of Kenneth Lonergan’s “The Waverly Gallery,” a serious drama being performed at Weathervane Playhouse, a […]

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Mad King Thomas.

Mad King Thomas is simply trying to make things more awesome—and this is awesome! Through November 9th, the choreographic collaborators of Mad King Thomas—Tara King, Theresa Madaus and Monica Thomas—will be the carefree creative triad of Artists in Residence at Inkub8. Mad King Thomas, founded in 2004, has evolved to create small and large works […]

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Theatre Macon has a hit on its hands

Published on October 30, 2013 by in Macon, Theater

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Theatre Macon’s current production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” was set to close on October 26, but due to overwhelming demand, the show has been extended for two more nights. Tickets are now available for additional performances on November 1 and November 2. “When I chose it, I expected it to do well,” said Jim […]

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Akron Civic hosted killer party

Published on October 30, 2013 by in Akron, Theater

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Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, gave a killer masquerade party on Saturday, October 26, and not only because the theme of the event, Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” has as its plot a masquerade party in which the host, Prospero, and all the guests are done in by the […]

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Looking for some grown-up alternatives to trick-or-treating and scary movies this week? I have some ideas for you. Tonight, get yourself in the mood at Amsterdam Bar and Hall, with October’s “Creepy” Moth StorySLAM. Hosted by Allison Broeren and sponsored by Minnesota Public Radio, this competitive, storytelling open mic night invites true stories told on the […]

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The “Cask” of Marissa Alma Nick

Published on October 29, 2013 by in Miami, Theater

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Marissa Alma NIck and Pioneer Winter. Photo by Neil de la Flor.

Marissa Alma Nick’s “Cask” is a visually orgasmic, exquisitely lit, yet awkwardly chaotic and exhaustive retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s macabre classic short story, “The Cask of Amontillado.” Although Nick sticks to Poe’s story of revenge, her production

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