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    Bard Noir - Cut through the chaos of this production and you'll find some nuggets

    Any production of a Shakespeare play, no matter how flawed, can uncover unexpected layers of meaning. Take Hollywood Boulevard Theatre's threadbare Comedy of Errors, now at the Hollywood Playhouse. Tyro director Paul Waxman utterly fails to get the m...

    by Ronald Mangravite on April 14, 2005
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    BecauseHeCan: Arthur Kopit's cautionary tale of a New York couple plagued by a crazed computer hacker is only five or so years old, but it already feels very dated. It's obvious from the start that the creep is hacking computers, yet this information...

    on April 14, 2005
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    The Artist's Studio: Paintings, Photographs, and Sculptures by Joe Fig: Fig's miniature constructions of artists' studios encourage voyeurism. Viewers are invited to peek inside the cloistered areas where artists struggle with creativity in isolation...

    on April 14, 2005
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    Tell Us Something We Didn't Know - Mosaic Theatre's latest takes the road more traveled and trite

    Anyone for numerology? Many cultures are keen on the study of numbers for their mystical powers. Visit certain immigrant neighborhoods in southern California, and you'll find plenty of addresses with the number eight in them but none with the number ...

    by Ronald Mangravite on April 7, 2005
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    World Beat, Miami Heat - Miami's Nervous City Orchestra makes a rousing debut

    Without a lot of fanfare but before an immensely appreciative crowd, the most exciting orchestra in town was born last weekend at the Byron Carlyle Theater in Miami Beach. Livio Tragtenberg's Nervous City Orchestra, an only-in-Miami version of the Br...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on April 7, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Aida: A powerhouse trio of principals makes the Actors' Playhouse Aida a fabulously entertaining evening of theater and one of the season's happiest surprises. For those who already love the show, here is a chance to experience the Elton John-Tim Ric...

    on April 7, 2005
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    Not Just Pretty Pictures - A dazzling exhibit reveals how artists used the camera as a tool of subversion

    The camera, that mechanical eye which can be rigged to print the images it targets, has been a potent catalyst for change in the visual arts since its inception in the mid-Nineteenth Century. After an early modernist period in which photography sough...

    by Michelle Weinberg on April 7, 2005
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    Beyond Geometry: Experiments in Form, 1940s-70s: There are still a few weeks left to see this amazing exhibit, which provides a fresh look at some of the most significant connections among contemporaneous works produced in America, Europe, and Latin ...

    on April 7, 2005
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    Under the Spreading Syringa Tree - GableStage's knotty tale of South Africa has dozens of characters, one actress

    This is how it all begins: Night falls, a group of people -- a family, a clan, a tribe -- gathers around a campfire. The flames crackle, the wind whispers, and under the starry sky, one person begins to tell a story. As the tale unwinds, the tale tel...

    by Ronald Mangravite on March 31, 2005
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    The Substance of Zero - Natasha Tsakos creates a beguiling universe that feels like a dream

    Going from strength to strength in the Light Box Studio, Here & Now 2005 radiates the unmistakable glow of success. Fast on the heels of new works by Octavio Campos and Joanne Barrett came two new pieces unveiled last week: a winning tap-dance fantas...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on March 31, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Aida: A powerhouse trio of principals makes the Actors' Playhouse Aida a fabulously entertaining evening of theater and one of the season's happiest surprises. For those who already love the show, here is a chance to experience the Elton John-Tim Ric...

    on March 31, 2005
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    From Very Big to Very Small - Christo's monumental projects share space with intricate miniatures by Joe Fig

    The wrapped monumental structures of Christo and Jeanne-Claude must be seen in context, for they manifest much of their magnificence through the fleeting nature of their existence. So the exhibit "Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wrth Museum Collectio...

    by Omar Sommereyns on March 31, 2005
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    Crustacean in the Hall of Furies and Orly Genger: Despite the resemblance to your third-grade teacher's bulletin-board decorations, a sense of gloom pervades Locust Projects, courtesy of artist Frank Haines. Dismemberment, jousting, battling with axe...

    on March 31, 2005
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    Small Stage, Big Ideas - Miami Light Project's new program of original works is artistically thrilling

    The latest edition of the Miami Light Project's signature commissioning program designed to nurture Miami-based artists, Here & Now 2005, is also its first co-production with the incipient Miami Performing Arts Center. Unveiled last week and continui...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on March 24, 2005
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    Good Actresses, Bad Scripts - Dull, silly dud gives schlock a bad name

    It can't possibly be their fault, so don't blame the stars. In fact give Lucie Arnaz and Elizabeth Ashley two points for doing everything humanly possible to try making Ann and Debbie work. All their glamour, presence, acting and overacting, terrific...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on March 24, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Aida: A powerhouse trio of principals makes the Actors' Playhouse Aida a fabulously entertaining evening of theater and one of the season's happiest surprises. For those who already love the show, here is a chance to experience the Elton John-Tim Ric...

    on March 24, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    Horizon: Nina Ferre's latest body of work brings to mind click n' dub music, in which a tick changes an unbroken sequence here and there -- almost imperceptibly -- to call our attention and make us more aware of nodes and skips in the apparent flow ...

    on March 24, 2005
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    Verdi Lite - Yes, it's dumbed-down music, but this superb cast will make you forget that

    A formidable trio of principals makes the Actors' Playhouse Aida a fabulously entertaining evening of theater. For those who already love the show, here is a chance to experience the Elton John-Tim Rice score persuasively, passionately sung and acted...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on March 17, 2005
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    Language and Lizards - Talking reptiles and bickering spouses -- a perfect Albee mix

    Edward Albee's Seascape is all talk and no action, but what talk it is. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play presents themes of evolution both in the literal, Darwinian sense as well as in the notion of the long relationship of married couple Nancy (Joann...

    by MEGAN KENNY on March 17, 2005
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    Edge: This one-woman show about the tormented life of poet Sylvia Plath features a startling, riveting performance by Angelica Torn that blazes as fiercely as Plath's poetry. Paul Alexander's play depicts Plath's failed romances and suicide attempts,...

    on March 17, 2005
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New Works From First Wave of Cuban-Exile Artists at Fort Lauderdale's Museum of Art

In 1983, nine Cuban exile artists came together and exhibited their works in a show called "The Miami Generation." They didn't know it then, but despite the contrasts in their… More >>

H2Ombre at the Arsht: A Waterlogged Theater Experience Like No Other

The Arsht Center's Ziff Ballet Opera House is about to get wet. Very wet. The sort of wet that if the water were the result of natural causes, it would… More >>

In 9 Circles, a Criminal Soldier Heads for Hell

As one character in Bill Cain's sobering, antiwar psychodrama 9 Circles puts it, "terrible things happen" in war. It's the sort of indisputable, politely hollow phrase that says nothing —… More >>

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