4 days ago | Dance
Local choreographer Rosie Herrera, one of Miami’s notable creative offspring, is known for a particular style of snarky and darkly humorous dance theater. But for Cookie’s Kid, her newest project with Miami Light Project opening this weekend, Herr...
10 days ago | Dance
While the performance season is coming to a close, Miami still has more to celebrate as Augusto Soledade’s Brazzdance turns 10 years old. “Wow,” he says. He hopes Miami audiences will say the same when Brazzdance honors this anniversary with a pro...
17 days ago | Culture
Miami Light Project’s Here & Now offerings turned The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse into a cabinet of curiosities last Thursday night. Different manifestations of the bizarre — in actions, images, concepts — predominated to varying degrees of...
18 days ago | Dance
Karen Peterson and Dancers, one of Miami’s cultural treasures, is celebrating its 25th birthday this May. When the group was gathered together a quarter of a century ago, the idea of a “physically integrated” dance company — one comprised of both ...
23 days ago | Dance
When audiences see the two pieces Vladimir Issaev has planned for his Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida’s Spring Gala, it won’t be the first time the company has presented these ballets. However, the artistic director believes each time he and his co...
24 days ago | Dance
Returning to her hometown after a 15 year stint in New York City, 34-year-old dancer/choreographer Hattie Mae Williams’ first year back in Miami has been marked with artistic achievements, including a grant from the Knight Foundation to develop si...