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“Red” by Afua Hall. Photo by Neil de la Flor

On my way to Afua Hall’s “Red” at the Miami Theater Center last Friday, I got stuck in traffic caused by Miami Critical Mass—an event held the last Friday of every month where bicyclists take over major city streets en masse. Their goal is to spark county-wide awareness of climate change. Drivers were quite annoyed. […]

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Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee, is bringing yet another area premiere to its venue at Graystone Hall – the zany and fun musical “The Bikinis.” “The Bikinis” hasn’t got a lot going for it plot-wise. A four-member girl group gets back together for the improbable purpose of trying to raise money to save a […]

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“Abuela” by Marissa Alma Nick.

This Saturday, June 22nd at 8:30 p.m., artist Pablo Cano’s Red Velvet Theater (located in his home in Little Havana) presents “Abuela” by Marissa Alma Nick. “Abuela” is Nick’s solo project

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The audience on opening weekend at Weathervane Playhouse, a Knight Arts grantee, really got into “Music Man,” Meredith Willson’s joyous musical comedy. Who knows, maybe it was because there had to be lots of relatives of the 40+ members of the cast. That would do it, but that’s not why. Willson’s play has been called “quintessential,” […]

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Minnesotans are in for a rare treat this weekend, weather permitting*. Minnesota Opera is offering an Opera Under the Stars series of free outdoor concerts, beginning with a performance on St. Paul’s Harriet Island Friday evening. Saturday night, the show will move to Minneapolis and the Lake Harriet Bandshell; on Sunday, Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in […]

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“Mezclilla/Denim”. Photo by Neil de la Flor.

Edge Zones presents the 2013 Miami Performance International Festival. Curated by Charo Oquet, the festival obliterates the line between viewers and mid-career and emerging artists from Miami and around the world.

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Deaf Poets

What I love (and hate) about Miami’s performing arts scene is that there are so many fantastic events going on at the same time. Since tele-porting doesn’t

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Maybe it’s just me, but when someone says they want to put on a show, I’m figuring they want to direct it or star in it – probably both. So it comes as a surprise when Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, got into “producer” mode. The Civic has heretofore been – as Val […]

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Taylor Mac wig by Hailand

Out in the Tropics, presented by FUNDarte, is South Florida’s annual (and first) gender-bending contemporary performing arts festival. The festival brings contemporary GLBTQ artists, whose work reflects the creative depth and diversity within the GLBTQ community, to Miami for a weeklong festival of performances

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The evolution of Rudi Goblen

Published on May 16, 2013 by in Miami, Theater

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Rudi Goblen. Photo by GlassWorks

Rudi Goblen’s engaging one-man show, PET, examined the costs and consequences of that four-letter word we call love. Staged in a support-group-like setting, PET’s mission statement was conceived “with the purpose of sharing, listening, learning from and being supportive of each other—while

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