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    Current Art Shows

    Drawing Conclusions 2: Curated by Nina Arias, this show features the work of more than twenty locals, most from the Rocket Projects stable. Arias curated the first installment of "Drawing Conclusions" during the inaugural Art Basel, but quickly dismi...

    on July 29, 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 hit...

    on July 29, 2004
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    Triple Vision - Summer doldrums? Not with these three local shows

    A weblike charcoal-and-gouache drawing in "Beyond Havana: Intersecting Time and Place" at the Bettcher Gallery clues you in that artist Nereida Garcia Ferraz is picking up strands from her old life to spin the new. In this exhibit, her first solo sho...

    by Carlos Suarez De Jesus on July 22, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Florida Artists Series: R.F. Buckley and Clive King: FIU visual arts faculty members Buckley and King exhibit way too many artworks in a small museum. Overhung inevitably leads to overworked. In the case of Buckley, despite a few serendipitous still ...

    on July 22, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Fit To Be Tied: Tormented Arloc hates his promiscuous mother and falls for an "angel" in a local dramatic production. Long, somewhat aimless, and without conjuring any discernible interest, Nicky Silver's play needs about three more drafts and some q...

    on July 22, 2004
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    The Corporate Life for Me! - The Actors' Playhouse keeps it light and cool around The Water Coolers

    Whew! Summer is here with a vengeance, a fierce season that is, in some ways, a little like winter up north. Most everyone starts spending more time indoors and plotting how to minimize the time spent walking in full sunlight between car and destinat...

    by Ronald Mangravite on July 15, 2004
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    Not Ready for Prime Time - This one is fit to be reworked

    The EDGE Theatre's self-appointed mission is to "find new playwrights and produce the neglected works" of well-known writers. That this charge knowingly does not lend itself to works with tremendous commercial appeal is admirable. However, that same ...

    by DAN HUDAK on July 15, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    Josephine's Bakery: A small bakery in France is given a rambunctious welcome by two overtly gay proprietors of the establishment and an orchestra of misfits. By mistakenly attempting to be a topical, biting black comedy instead of taking solace in wh...

    on July 15, 2004
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    The Master Comes to Town - Picasso loved making prints, and here's a chance to see the best

    Louis Laloy, a critic, musicologist, and drug-addict clbre, once told Jean Cocteau: "Some things should be tried only once." Laloy was referring to opium, but when it comes to writing about a figure like Pablo Picasso, I feel I'm ready to heed his ...

    by Alfredo Triff on July 15, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Florida Artists Series: R.F. Buckley and Clive King: FIU visual arts faculty members Buckley and King exhibit way too many artworks in a small museum. Overhung inevitably leads to overworked. In the case of Buckley, despite a few serendipitous still ...

    on July 15, 2004
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    Rat Pack Revisited - The songs are strong but the story is slight

    In the restaurant business, one classic mistake is to pay more attention to the presentation of the meal than the cooking itself. Beautiful dcor and lighting and expert service always enhance a dining experience, but they can't compensate for an ill...

    by Ronald Mangravite on July 8, 2004
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    Farce Superior - A fresh new play that should be seriously fun

    With Josephine's Bakery, showing at the Prometeo Theatre's new home on the downtown Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College, things get off to a raucous, deliriously fun start, then slow down and never quite get back up to speed. The play, informed by J...

    by DAN HUDAK on July 8, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    King Lear and A Midsummer Night's Dream: The New Theatre's annual Shakespeare fest is played in true repertory, with King Lear, the Bard's greatest tragedy, alternating nightly with A Midsummer Night's Dream, that popular comedy of lunacy, love, and ...

    on July 8, 2004
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    Out with the Old - Artists are helping to revitalize Miami, but danger looms ahead

    Recent artists' exhibitions such as "Making Up Carolyn" at Worm-Hole Laboratory, "The Last Show" at The House, and a flurry of articles in the media have put the issue of gentrification in the forefront of the news. (As I write this, The House is bei...

    by Alfredo Triff on July 8, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Definitive Juxt: Curated by Lissette Garcia and co-organized by Jos Carlos Diaz at the Odegard Building in the Design District, this show challenges viewers to accommodate highly personal visions of a group of Miami artists. Works by the Paper Dolls...

    on July 8, 2004
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    Current Art Shows

    Cakewalk: Aesthetic experience and erogenous pleasure have always been close relatives, to be sure. But rather than any genuine countercultural agenda, artists in 2004 are armed with a stylist's finely tuned eye for the retro, a fascination with th...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Current Stage Shows

    The Life: The tiny Atlantis Playhouse takes a crazy gamble on The Life, a dark and gritty musical about pimps and prostitutes on New York's mean streets in the Eighties. The risk pays off. This rarely produced Tony Award winner (in its first-ever r...

    on July 1, 2004
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    More Than Standup Leaden Lear, Golden Moments - New Theatres Bard double bill shows the best is yet to come

    Lets begin with the bottom line: By any measure, The Shakespeare Project, the New Theatres summer repertory of King Lear and A Midsummer Nights Dream, is an undeniable success. These masterworks, played by a plucky acting ensemble of thirteen, a...

    by Ronald Mangravite on July 1, 2004
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    Bats and Balls - Richard Greenberg's gay baseball drama doesn't circle the bases

    Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out, now in its Florida premiere at the Caldwell Theatre, is nothing if not ambitious. Its subjects are wide-ranging -- among them, major-league baseball, gay identity, prejudice, and tolerance -- and so are its genres. Th...

    by Ronald Mangravite on June 24, 2004
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    One-Man Wonder - In QED, both actor and subject are highly charged

    Richard Feynman was a physicist who won a Nobel Prize in 1965, helped develop the atomic bomb, and was a key member of a panel that investigated the Challenger explosion in 1986. He was also a loon. Oozing eccentricity as often as possible, Feynman -...

    by DAN HUDAK on June 24, 2004
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