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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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    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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    Reluctant Messiah - McKeever's new play probes the meaning of one man's phenomenal good fortune

    With hurricane season most decidedly upon us, questions of probability and fate are on the minds of many. How is it that some people suffer when disaster strikes while others walk away unscathed? Is survival a matter of chance, will, or preordination...

    by Ronald Mangravite on September 16, 2004
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    Moms Not Quite the Word - A collaborative effort doesn't make it as an homage

    The real Moms Mabley was a trip. The woman recalled in Jackie "Moms" Mabley Live at the Shores Theater deserves our respect, and her old routines can still get more than a laugh or two. But not even Latrice Bruno's delicious impersonation can gloss o...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on September 16, 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 16, 2004
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    Public Spaces, Private Lives - Miami Beach's Art Deco hotel lobbies are really social laboratories

    Today's upscale airport lounge may seem the embodiment of international chic (MIA excluded, of course), but there was a time, from the Twenties through the Fifties, when nothing could be more cosmopolitan than the lobby of a fine hotel. In the words ...

    by Alfredo Triff on September 2, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

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

    on September 2, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Heaven Help Us! The Swingin' New Rat Pack Musical: This toe-tapping world premiere about God sending the Rat Pack back to Vegas to help a suicidal lounge owner is stylishly presented, with the terrific cast belting out some great tunes. Some 29 hits ...

    on September 2, 2004
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    Raised in Captivity: From Nicky Silver's deliciously twisted mind comes this black comedy of love, loneliness and loss, and also killer shower massages, disturbed siblings, psychotic, self-mutilating psychologists, and a redneck death-row inmate whos...

    on August 26, 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 August 26, 2004
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    Fascinating S.O.B. - Blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo was an American original By RONALD MANGRAVITE

    He was called, among other things, fascinating, abrasive, wise, vain, ruthless, tenderhearted, indefatigable, and contentious. His wife once commented: "How glad I am that I married this crazy man instead of some dull son of a bitch." Such was the im...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Call It Dead Serious - And call it seriously funny, too

    Nicky Silver is one twisted playwright, and his Raised in Captivity is too much. Now on stage at PS 742 in the heart of Little Havana, the deadly serious, seriously funny black comedy begins at a funeral: After years of not seeing each other, Sebasti...

    by OCTAVIO ROCA on August 19, 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 dec...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Betty's Summer Vacation: To playwright Christopher Durang, hell is psycho roommates screwing up your seaside holiday. That's the freakish situation in Betty's Summer Vacation, a comedy of menace that is receiving a first-rate staging from Miami's Mad...

    on August 12, 2004
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    She Loves Bugs - Montse Guilln's experiments with insects and art

    According to artist Jack Bowman, performance art entails the following: It must be brief, unprecedented, and relevant. It involves an audience with taste (smell and sounds). It should occupy the environment with specific objects and actions for a spe...

    by Alfredo Triff on August 12, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    All You Can Eat: The works here tend to blind with their glittery, luxe surfaces, but featured artists Sue Irion, Gavin Perry, and Mette Tommerup aren't really engaged in an activation of surfaces in a traditional manner. Sporting glossy, protective ...

    on August 12, 2004
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    U.S. of Scapegoat - America gets blamed for just about everything in the Sol's new production

    Americans can't seem to agree on much these days, but all must allow that these are tense, restless times. War, terrorism, a divided electorate, and a widespread debate about the nation's purpose are everyday subjects on television, in newspapers, an...

    by Ronald Mangravite on August 5, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Betty's Summer Vacation: To playwright Christopher Durang, hell is psycho roommates screwing up your seaside holiday. That's the freakish situation in Betty's Summer Vacation, a comedy of menace that is receiving a first-rate staging from Miami's Mad...

    on August 5, 2004
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    The Case for Critics - There must be more than simple judgments of good or bad

    Though critics have been the witnesses, commentators, and archivists of modern art's important achievements, they remain dubious figures who can be found "roaming through culture, looking for prey," as aphorist Mason Cooley once said. Regardless of...

    by Alfredo Triff on August 5, 2004
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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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