8 days ago | Art
The time seems right for Karen Finley to visit Miami, to perform in the black-box space of the Miami Light Project at the Goldman Warehouse, and to present her latest performance-art manifesto about the current political landscape, Unicorn Gratitu...
16 days ago | Dance
At the age of 65, choreographer Bill T. Jones speaks about dance with intellectual curiosity and the confidence of experience. Since his beginning in New York’s experimental 1970s dance scene, he has earned a place in the high tiers of dance histo...
1 month ago | Dance
Here’s a trivia question: Name the 1892 box office flop panned by critics for lack of seriousness and for casting too many kids, one that is now a force of nature timed to occur yearly around the winter solstice. The answer, of course, is The Nutc...
2 months ago | Dance
Miami choreographer Marissa Alma Nick’s Alma Dance Theater is preparing to add its distinctive voice to Miami Art Week. The troupe is rehearsing for the upcoming performance of Flowers at the Colony Theatre December 2.
2 months ago | Books
Every book lover can remember a lost weekend while binge-reading a novel whose ending had to wait because the body just gave out. No matter how compelling the story, somewhere around the 30th hour the brain shuts down and nothing more goes in.
3 months ago | Dance
Great friendships can nurture and inspire an artist to make greater work. Think of Pablo Picasso and Wifredo Lam, James Baldwin and Toni Morrison, and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Such is also the case for flamenco dancers Francisco Hidalgo and Anabe...