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Were you one of those who braved the rain this year to take in Northern Spark? Well, then, clear the decks this weekend because there’s something pretty magical going down in Lowertown, and you’re going to want to be there. “The Big Lowdown,” jointly presented by Bedlam Theatre and Live Action Set, is billed as a “roving Lowertown […]

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Erin Joy Schmidt astonishes as fashion icon Isabella Blow in Mad Cat Theatre Company’s production of “Blow Me,” written by Jessica Farr. However, Schmidt’s strong performance overshadowed the rest of the cast. Despite their exquisite performances, their oddly unfashionable wardrobe and chaotic interstices distracted from Schmidt’s

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Killer whales at O Cinema

Published on August 15, 2013 by in Miami, Theater

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Blackfish

One of my most memorable experiences as a child was going to Sea World to see the majestic and seemingly friendly 8,000-pound orca, Shamu, splash the audience when she leapt out of the containment pool. One of my most scarring

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This will sound like heresy, but Shakespeare needed an editor when he wrote his “Cymbeline.” It’s a convoluted play that repeats the Celtic/Briton history, underlining it (several times, it seemed in watching it) along with repeated chronologies of how all the characters were going to get/or had already gotten to where they were to be, […]

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Vanessa Elise

It’s official! Not only do cats have nine lives, but Mad Cat Theatre Company does, too. Well, actually, they have a Nine Lives Scholarship Award, which is essential to fostering the talents of young

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A musical in the making. That’s what’s going on at The University of Akron, as artists and students there collaborate with some stellar and visionary partners. The musical comedy “Tuning In” is being developed – from the ground up – for its historic opening for a limited engagement next week. The basic story is based […]

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None Too Fragile is building a fan and audience base, as was clearly seen at a recent showing of its current production – Joe Roland’s “On the Line” – where the seats were filling up fast, and heard by way of comments before and after the play and on social media. That’s awesome news for […]

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The Twin Cities are hopping this weekend: Minnesota Fringe Festival launches into its 176 shows in 16 venues across Minneapolis beginning Thursday. Loring Park Art Festival takes up residence in the park next to the Walker Art Center on Saturday and Sunday. In Northeast Minneapolis, a much-buzzed-about new space, Public Functionary, is hosting a Naked […]

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Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to see Macon Little Theatre’s production of “Hairspray” until the final show, a Sunday afternoon matinee on July 21. The house was packed and the parking lot overflowed. Based on a John Waters film, this musical comedy was all that one would expect and maybe a little more. What struck me […]

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UltraVox

Opera doesn’t always happen in an opera house. Sometimes it happens on Calle Ocho. “UltraVox,” conceived, directed and performed by tenor Santo Martin Cordero and soprano Eloisa M. Ferrer, runs August 2-3 at the intimate SIR Studio on Calle Ocho in Miami’s Little Havana. “The artist is an inventive and daring individual who upsets and […]

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