Arts: Water Dance!


Events Use Power of the Arts to Bring Environmental Awareness. Water. Particularly in South Florida, it surrounds us and mandates – if not dictates … [Read more...]

Dance: Miriam is an Exploration of Icons and Identities


Nora Chipaumire’s Miriam is the third dance work in the Kelly Strayhorn Theater’s current season to explore the idea of public versus private … [Read more...]

Dance: Which Nutcracker? Try This One Out for Size


‘Tis the season. Those sugarplum folks are turning up all over South Florida. Among the most festive of their appearances will be an early evening … [Read more...]

Live Blog: Whole Project in Little Havana


6th Street Dance Studio and Whole Project is a non profit, urban studio and magical place created by the brilliant and selfless Brigid Baker, whose … [Read more...]

Dance: Electrifying New Work by Karen Peterson and Dancers


Karen Peterson and Dancers, the nation’s premier mixed-abilities dance company in the southeast, present New Work April 11 and 12 at Miami-Dade County … [Read more...]

Dance: Augusto Soledade Is Back With His Brazen BrazzDance


Since his arrival in 2004, Brazilian native Augusto Soledade has been trailblazing and opening paths for dance in Miami at an unprecedented pace and … [Read more...]

Dance: An Open Mic Night for Dancers


By Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie, Open Mic Nights are staples in many cities, whether focusing on song or on comedy. But whoever said … [Read more...]

An Exploration of Democracy Through Dance


In this presidential election of super PAC influence and alleged voter disenfranchisement, it is not too far-fetched to question how democratic … [Read more...]

Dance: The Sensual, Erotic Moves of Miami City Ballet

MCB Apollo I

Miami City Ballet inaugurated its new season with works that underscore the company’s profound and diverse dramatic range. The program also ushered in … [Read more...]