“Good, God, Go” goes wild

Published on March 5, 2013 by in Dance, Miami, Theater

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GOOD GOD GO

Letty Bassart’s “Good,God, Go” for Miami Made 2013 was a wonderfully entropic, energetic, comedic and well-timed performance packed with a plethora of elements and symbolism that flew over my head

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One thing about farce, French or not, it allows some potentially serious intimate (and often sexual) topics and situations to get on stage and not outrage its audience. Take Georges Feydeau’s “A Flea in Her Ear,” a turn-of-the-last-century comedy that is being performed in the Sandefur Theatre at The University of Akron this month. Set […]

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Salon Saloon is a monthly “live action arts magazine” put on by the interdisciplinary collaborative team at Works Progress and hosted by Springboard for the Arts staffer, artist and raconteur Andy Sturdevant. The show is “filmed before a live studio audience” on the fourth Tuesday of every month (they’re raising funds to edit and distribute […]

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None Too Fragile’s “A Behanding in Spokane” isn’t in the “gotta see” category of one-act dramas, but it certainly is in the “worth seeing” group, especially because of the stellar performances by the cast – Michael Regnier (Carmichael); Nick Yurick (Mervyn); Kelly Strand (Marilyn); and Brian Kenneth Armour (Toby). As an ensemble, the actors bring […]

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I’ve seen hundreds of author readings in bookstores and libraries over the years, but the usual routine – writers who stand at a podium and hold forth – hardly makes for a compelling performance. I love the way the monthly Riot Act Reading Series has, since 2006, shaken up that formula: the line-up varies, featuring a […]

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Christina Alexander | Photo by Neil de la Flor

“Alexander’s Hate! An American Love Story,” which debuted at the Miami Theater Center‘s Sandbox Series, explored the fine line between love and hate in a country (and world) polarized by these two illusory binaries. Christina Alexander courageously played eight characters and each character delivered a monologue

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Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe proves that its promise to provide quality, year-round programming to the region is in full swing. This Knight Arts grantee just brought the first ever “Robot-Human Theater” to Old City’s Christ Church Neighborhood House. Produced by Seinendan Theater Company and Osaka University Robot Theater Project, this innovative and […]

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Embark on “A Mozart Journey”

Published on February 14, 2013 by in Miami, Music, Theater

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Mozart

Last month the Florida Grand Opera’s (FGO) production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” blew me away. FGO turned one of Mozart’s most popular and beloved operas into a spectacular living performance that was pure fun to hear and see. It was energetic, modern and

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Pearl Cleage’s play, “Flyin’ West,” which is being performed at Weathervane Playhouse, a Knight Arts grantee, tells the story about something most of us don’t know – what happened to many southern slaves when they were emancipated by Abraham Lincoln in the Confederate States and freed everywhere else later by the 13th Amendment (which abolished […]

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Matthew Evan Taylor’s “Elvrutu’s Fall” | Photo by Neil de la Flor

Miami Light Project’s Here & Now festival offered Miami theatergoers a glimpse into the creative minds of Miami-based performing artists Liony Garcia, Matthew Evan Taylor, Ivonne Batanero and Shira Abergel. The artists created works, commissioned by the Miami Light Project

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