Well, it's not officially spring, but making good on last year's promise is the FLA/BRA Mini-Festival, bringing back the elusive Brazilians and adding writer/actor Jose Torres Tama's one-man show, $Casinoamerica$. Wacky and provocative, Tama's visual and verbal extravaganza explores our greed-driven culture and, in a move sure to make Donald Trump shudder, offers gambling as a metaphor for life in our so-very-abundant country. Pia Fraus will aim its work at kiddie and adult audiences. This Sunday giant inflatable air puppets, men covered in clown makeup and colorful costumes, and action, action, action fill the amphitheater at José Martí Park during the children's puppet show dubbed Air Giants. Next weekend the performance piece Navigators transforms the park's pool into a surreal ocean rife with sea creatures, mermaids, trapeze artists, and acrobats, providing a few precious moments of make-believe in a sometimes-unbelievable world.