Smuin Ballets/SF: Tony and Emmy award-winning dancer-choreographer Michael Smuin brings his San Francisco-based ballet company to the Colony Theater (1040 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach) for a two-week run of his original ballet Frankie and Johnny. The classically trained Smuin, the former American Ballet Theatre principal dancer who went on to become director of the San Francisco Ballet for twelve years, formed the Smuin Ballets/SF in 1993, drawing from the forms of modern dance, flamenco, tap, and ballroom for a classical-ballet hybrid that bears his unique signature. Smuin's first story ballet -- and his first mambo ballet at that -- Frankie and Johnny features a scorching score, including Cuban music by Perez Prado, La Lupe, and Celia Cruz. Other ballets to be performed include Dances with Songs and One Step Forward to Bach. The production opens tonight and runs through October 20, with performances taking place from Wednesday through Saturday at 8:00 (with an additional performance next Tuesday), and Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:00. Tickets cost $20. Call 532-2119.