Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 1:19 p.m.
Goddammit, Isaac. You are messing with one of the few things we hold sacred: Our weekends.
Thankfully, things are pretty slow this weekend on the arts scene, meaning that few culture events will be cultured because few culture events were scheduled in the first place. But several theaters, museums, and other cultural venues have altered their plans in light of the incoming storm.
Here's what we know so far.
: The Donkey Show
's performance on Sunday, August 26, has been canceled. Tonight's 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows will go on as scheduled.
Miami Science Museum: Nery Saenz' comedy show tonight is in jeopardy, but has not yet been canceled. A museum operator confirmed that the museum has lost power as of 1pm today, and the decision to go on (or not) with Saenz' show will be made later this afternoon.
Jerry Herman Ring Theatre: Performances of El juego de Electra (Electra's Play) have been canceled for Sunday, August 26.
Miami Art Museum: Closes today at 3 p.m. and remains closed Sunday, August 26.
Bass Museum of Art: Closes today on schedule at 5 p.m.; closed Sunday, August 26.
The Patricia & Philip Frost Museum: Closed through Monday, Aug. 27; reopens Tuesday, Aug. 28.
O Cinema: Closed all day Sunday, August 26.
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens
: Ground Up & Rising's free performances of Macbeth
are cancelled on Sunday. The shows have been rescheduled for September 2, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Floatopia: Don't go into the ocean during a tropical storm, guys. Floatopia has been rescheduled for September 8.
: Closed today and tomorrow, August 26.