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    O Holy Night - Sister Kathleen calls the class to hilarious disorder

    You've heard about Irish Alzheimer's? That's when you forget everything but the grudges. And that's the kind of cute, deep-down affectionate humor at the heart of Late Nite Catechism. The one-nun show, starring Kathleen Stefano, has turned the Encore...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on October 21, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Amadeus: Peter Shaffer's play about the life and death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a satisfying potboiler. John Felix is splendid as the villainous Antonio Salieri, a hard working but mediocre composer who seethes in jealousy and despair when Mozar...

    on October 21, 2004
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    Get Unreal - In a processed world where the artificial becomes authentic, this show makes sense

    After touring some national parks in the Southwest a few summers ago, I hatched a concept for an artificial park in which manmade materials would be preserved for the enjoyment of future generations. Tourists would travel great distances to ooh and a...

    by Michelle Weinberg on October 21, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    De Ida y Vuelta: This show presents eleven artists of Cuban descent who traveled to and worked in Spain before settling in Miami. According to the curator, two themes differentiate the works: humor and the sheer diversity of themes. Yovani Bauta, Jul...

    on October 21, 2004
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    Hack Stabber - Mosaic Theatre bites into Amadeus, and the result is bittersweet

    There are several good reasons why South Florida playgoers may want to trek out to Plantation to take in Amadeus, now playing at the Mosaic Theatre. First and foremost is Peter Shaffer's grand potboiler of a script about the life and death of Wolfgan...

    by Ronald Mangravite on October 14, 2004
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    Hope and Horror - Searing performances thaw the frozen landscapes of this powerful play

    To hear him tell it, there is little out of the ordinary about the time Ralph met Rona, about his annoying but seemingly harmless pushiness, about the girl's eventual return of his insistent "Hello, hello, hello." Soon we learn, however, that Rona is...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on October 14, 2004
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    Gables Homicide Mystery - Who's the killer? And why is everyone laughing?

    CORAL GABLES -- Isabelle Czerny, an elderly classical pianist, was murdered last weekend at the Shear Madness hair salon, which is neatly nestled inside the Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables. Dets. Nick Rossetti (Michael St. Pierre) and Miguel "Mikey" ...

    by DAN HUDAK on October 14, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Amadeus: Reviewed in this issue. Through October 17, and October 28-31. Mosaic Theatre, American Heritage Center for the Arts, 12200 W. Broward Blvd., Bldg. 3000, Plantation. 954-577-8243. Air, Fire, Water: Jim Tommaney's three short plays range w...

    on October 14, 2004
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    Cubans New and Old - Two Gables shows bring together nearly 40 artists and a multitude of visions

    The Spanish Cultural Center (Centro Cultural Espaol, or CCE) for years has been a unique place for interesting cultural exchanges in Miami, and the current display continues that tradition. "De Ida y Vuelta" (roughly, "Going and Coming") is a show o...

    by Alfredo Triff on October 14, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    House and Garden: A Dip in the Deep End of Domesticity: Chad Abel, an artist and photographer with a taste for parody, revulsion, and the grotesque, works with surfaces, paint and glaze, reassembled plastic toys, and makeshift furniture to set up biz...

    on October 14, 2004
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    Cruz Does Cruz - Staging of his own Anna in the Tropics misses emotional beat

    If there's an award for great theatrical moments, this year's prize will undoubtedly go to Nilo Cruz and his Anna in the Tropics, now playing at the Coconut Grove Playhouse: In the play's final image, a half-crazed Cuban girl dressed in a Russian cos...

    by Ronald Mangravite on October 7, 2004
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    Two Postmodern Nightmares - Grotesque sculpture for one, problematic videos for another

    Miami's art venues have experienced many changes recently, but OBJEX Artspace remains steadfast and safely in place. Now on exhibit there is "House and Garden: A Dip in the Deep End of Domesticity" by Chad Abel, an artist and photographer with a tast...

    by Alfredo Triff on October 7, 2004
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    Adhesive 44: Fulfilling art writer John Berger's prediction that museums of the future would ultimately disappear and be replaced by personal arrangements of reproductions and printed ephemera, Brazilian artist Jac Leirner unpacks her decalcomania at...

    on October 7, 2004
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    Island Fault Lines - Digging beneath the rum-punch-and-bikini notion of an island paradise

    If optimism and determination are the twin guardians of success, then Teddy Herrell Jr. and his African-American Performing Arts Community Theatre are doubly blessed. The plucky troupe, which aims to present professional theater accessible to inner-c...

    on September 30, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Air, Fire, Water: Jim Tommaney's three short plays range widely in subject and effectiveness but stick to a central tone of foreboding. In Air, a speaker opposed to the war in Iraq is threatened by shadowy government operatives. In Fire, a psychiatri...

    on September 30, 2004
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    The Unseen Haiti - An exhibit of contemporary sculpture will change your view of Haitian art

    Lespri Endepandan: Discovering Haitian Sculpture," now on display at FIU's Frost Art Museum, is a great show. This is the first time that sculpture from Haiti has been the sole focus of a major museum exhibition. The art speaks of the power of human ...

    by Alfredo Triff on September 30, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Adhesive 44: Fulfilling art writer John Berger's prediction that museums of the future would ultimately disappear and be replaced by personal arrangements of reproductions and printed ephemera, Brazilian artist Jac Leirner unpacks her decalcomania at...

    on September 30, 2004
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    Apocalypses Now - Edge Theatre's barebones trio of one-act plays rediscover the drama in foreboding

    Theater has long been praised for holding "the mirror up to nature" to reveal reality through the artifice of performance. Yet, remarkably, our post 9/11 reality -- filled with threat, fear, war, blundering, and duplicity -- took quite a while to fil...

    by Ronald Mangravite on September 23, 2004
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    Avant-Garde Unbound - Octavio Campos's luna del pingino is dance and drama and much, much more

    A lot can be said about luna del pingino, but above all, there is this: It works. Constantly surprising, interactive, and gently transgressive, bursting with smiles even at its most unsettling, ready to face today's serious moral challenges but read...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on September 23, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Adhesive 44: Fulfilling art writer John Berger's prediction that museums of the future would ultimately disappear and be replaced by personal arrangements of reproductions and printed ephemera, Brazilian artist Jac Leirner unpacks her decalcomania at...

    on September 23, 2004
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