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    Current Art Shows

    For complete up-to-date South Florida art listings, click on Culture on the home-page navigation bar, scroll down to the Listings Search and "Category" pulldown, then select "Art Galleries" or "Museums." Anne Chu: This exhibition begins with a wide...

    on May 19, 2005
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    Two Plays Running - Ayckbourn's House and Garden run concurrently, with each spilling crazily into the other

    Here's a double bill you don't see every day: Alan Ayckbourn's two plays House and Garden are now in simultaneous production at the Actors' Playhouse in Coral Gables. Both are set during the course of one August day in the English countryside, sharin...

    by Ronald Mangravite on May 12, 2005
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    Singing the Queen's Praises - She's back on a pedestal and back on the stage

    It's not perfect and it needs work, but there's a lot to enjoy in Nefertiti: A Musical Romance. Billed as a new musical, but an entire generation in the making, this production bears a history as fascinating as the ancient Egyptian love story it trac...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on May 12, 2005
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    I Hate You! Let's Get Married - A mismatched pair living unhappily ever after

    There's a moment toward the middle of Louie and Ophelia when the newly enamored title couple gets into a verbal fight. Then Louie turns on the television and the theme to All in the Family begins to play. It's definitely humorous to hear the song, an...

    by DAN HUDAK on May 12, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Aunt Dan and Lemon: Wallace Shawn's dark, provocative tale of sex, nihilism, and the seductive appeal of raw power has to do with one woman's malevolent influence on a reclusive young girl in the London of the swinging Sixties. The play is a talkatho...

    on May 12, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    Anne Chu: This exhibition begins with a wide tabletop full of short human figures based on funerary guardians from China's T'ang Dynasty. Carved roughly from wood, the figures are then painted with casein in a style that seems to draw from Impression...

    on May 12, 2005
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    Child's Play - This is how to set the stage for the future

    Children's theater isn't given a lot of respect here in South Florida. First-class productions often receive very little public attention, and few shows are reviewed, much less considered for awards. Some sloppy performances by badly directed, inexpe...

    by Ronald Mangravite on May 5, 2005
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    American Suicide - Don't laugh -- it could appear on the fall television lineup

    Although the quality may fluctuate, EDGE Theatre productions are often doused with wit and commentary as they confront issues affecting our collective social psyche. Reality TV, in which writer/director Jim Tommaney challenges the corrupt television ...

    by DAN HUDAK on May 5, 2005
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    Less Than Blue - Sometimes it's best to leave well enough alone

    Derek Jarman's Blue may be that weird and wonderful filmmaker's weirdest and most wonderful film. Striking imagery informs all of his movies, from Sebastiane right through the queer classic Edward II, but Blue is literally about 80 minutes of nothing...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on May 5, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Aunt Dan and Lemon: Wallace Shawn's dark, provocative tale of sex, nihilism, and the seductive appeal of raw power has to do with one woman's malevolent influence on a reclusive young girl in the London of the swinging Sixties. The play is a talkatho...

    on May 5, 2005
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    The Color of War - Images of aggression from the boardroom to the battlefield

    A timely and thoughtful exhibition, "The Art of Aggression" at the Moore Space refracts contemporary political art through a prism of global terrorism and conflict. Curators Jean Crutchfield and Robert Hobbs suggest that art can be subversive beyo...

    by Michelle Weinberg on May 5, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    Anne Chu: This exhibition begins with a wide tabletop full of short human figures based on funerary guardians from China's T'ang Dynasty. Carved roughly from wood, the figures are then painted with casein in a style that seems to draw from Impression...

    on May 5, 2005
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    Bitter Lemon - Wallace Shawn's characters take a twisting stroll through history at the Sol Theatre

    If you were ever in doubt about the theater's ability to provoke, check out Aunt Dan and Lemon, a creepily ambivalent play about sex, fascism, and the malevolent power of ideas, now at the Sol Theatre in Fort Lauderdale. But be warned: Although the s...

    by Ronald Mangravite on April 28, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Comedy of Errors: This uneven take on Shakespeare's early comedy is an odd mingling of the hapless and the intriguing. The old tale of mistaken identity among not one but two sets of identical twins is given a film noir look from the Forties, a choic...

    on April 28, 2005
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    At Ease in Two Worlds - New and ancient, real and perceived, Occidental and Oriental

    The painter Lucian Freud once remarked that art derives from other art. But the artist himself must seek to reactivate the original so its power flows into the new creation. Good artists channel this wisdom into viable contemporary forms. Anne Chu, w...

    by Franklin Einspruch on April 28, 2005
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    Current Art Shows

    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 28, 2005
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    Sit-Com Macabre - In this vision of the American meltdown, comedy can quickly become nightmare

    It's difficult to decide which moment is the most disturbing in The Loman Family Picnic, now in a masterful production at the Caldwell Theatre in Boca Raton. Is it the opening, with a haggard housewife continuously repeating her desperate mantra -- "...

    by Ronald Mangravite on April 21, 2005
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    One Bright Star - In a dark play about grief, Bruce Linser shines

    Kyle, a likable young man with a slightly geeky aura, sits alone at the edge of the stage and talks disarmingly to the audience. He is an astronomer, so he talks about the stars. He loves poetry too. Most of all, though, he loves Zoe -- his first hig...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on April 21, 2005
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    Current Stage Shows

    Comedy of Errors: This uneven take on Shakespeare's early comedy is an odd mingling of the hapless and the intriguing. The old tale of mistaken identity among not one but two sets of identical twins is given a film noir look from the Forties, a choic...

    on April 21, 2005
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    City Views and Latin News - A Miami artist's singular vision and the collective vision of Arte Amricas

    Adler Guerrier's solo show "loss/entry/return," a series of works on paper and photographs at Fredric Snitzer Gallery, presents an artist in transition. At first glance the exhibit made me think of fireman Guy Montag's remark in Ray Bradbury's Farenh...

    by Alfredo Triff on April 21, 2005
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