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Theatre Charlotte’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”

Charlotte // November 6, 2014

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The Queen’s City community theater, Theatre Charlotte, has succeeded again in presenting a stirring production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Harper Lee’s novel is one of the most popular coming-of-age stories in Southern literature, and therefore any adaptation–whether for the stage or screen–has much to live up to in order to meet audiences’ own memories […]

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Christina Day at Philadelphia Art Alliance upends the everyday

Philadelphia // November 6, 2014

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Human beings are far from the only creatures that construct habitations for themselves, but the process of architecture certainly poses significant challenges that other species are blissfully ignorant to. At the Philadelphia Art Alliance, these very same obstacles become objects for alteration, investigation and amusement at the hands of artist Christina P. Day for her […]

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“Nosferatu” and Neos Dance Theatre made for wonderful evening at Akron Civic Theatre

Akron, Dance, Theater // November 5, 2014

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The Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, and Neos Dance Theatre, also a Knight Arts grantee, really knew what they were doing when they decided to come together for a night of Dracula (the silent film “Nosferatu” and Neos’ “Count: The Legend of Dracula”) back-to-back on Saturday, November 1, the night after Halloween. It […]

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Choreographer Uri Sands, ready for his homecoming dance in South Miami-Dade

All Communities // November 5, 2014

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By J.C. Pérez-Duthie, Miami-based freelance writer To dance. Uri Sands has carried that desire deep within his heart since he was a kid in South Miami-Dade. As he grew up, he transformed the great passion of his youth into a way of life. Like so many other burgeoning artists from South Florida looking for opportunities, […]

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Listen to the varied sounds of now at Zeitgeist’s annual New Music Cabaret

Music, St. Paul, Theater // November 5, 2014

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Zeitgeist’s annual New Music Cabaret is always well curated, but this year’s line-up is particularly intriguing. For four days at Studio Z this week, Thursday through Sunday, in-the-know audiences will be treated to a wide variety of “cutting-edge performances from the fringe of the Twin Cities music scene.” $10 gives you access to a full evening of […]

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FGO hosting ‘town halls’ to discuss future, get feedback

Miami, Music, Theater // November 5, 2014

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It’s no secret that arts organizations have been doing a lot of adjusting and rethinking under the pressures of massive technological change and economic dislocation. Opera companies have been especially hard-hit, and for devotees of this art form, there is a long list of used-to-be organizations to lament, chief among them the pioneering New York […]

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Art holds ground all over town

Miami // November 4, 2014

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It’s that time of the year: too much too see, too little time, only so many days in a week. November will be stuffed with openings, talks, happenings, including a lot of art-centric events coming up during the Book Fair (Nov. 16-23; more on that later). So to make it easier just for this Friday, […]

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Weekend of the dead, and life-after-death preview of next weekend

Detroit // November 4, 2014

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Halloween and Dia de los Muertos both took place this weekend, October 31–November 2, with traditional celebrations including a procession to Clark Park, where neighbors built a community ofrenda, sponsored by the DIA and open to the public from 12-4 p.m. on Sunday, November 2nd. This public installation is tied to the special exhibit of […]

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Moore departs on the exhibition without end

Philadelphia // November 4, 2014

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What would happen if an art exhibition didn’t come to a definitive end? Now, better yet, what would happen if a piece of art would continually change based on the interpretations of many minds across time and space? One could say that many artworks, once let loose in the public sphere, develop meanings and associations […]

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Teatro Prometeo gears up for Play Time! An international children’s theater festival

Miami // November 3, 2014

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By Joann Yarrow, director of Teatro Promoteo Teatro Prometeo is getting ready to present one of the most exciting international children’s theatre festivals in Miami this fall during the Miami Book Fair International! Companies arriving from from Italy, Colombia, Chile and Argentina are joining three amazing Miami-based groups who have partnered with other local arts […]

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