4 days ago | Dance
Trapped in a shoe store in Buenos Aires during an end-of-world hailstorm in 2001, I gritted as ice the size of ball bearings struck the steel roof like shotgun blasts. Later that afternoon, while at a dinner theater in Recoleta, it seemed to me so...
11 days ago | Things To Do
Singer and songwriter Joan Soriano seems to embody the very history of his music. Like bachata, the guitar music from the Dominican Republic he so soulfully interprets and composes, Soriano comes from humble beginnings but has found his way a...
13 days ago | Dance
Miami’s Fundarte planned to bring a searing production of Sophocles' Antigone — or more precisely Antigonon, un Contingente Epico (perhaps best translated as a really big, maybe the biggest Antigone, ever) — to town last year. Everything...
18 days ago | Dance
Followers of Downton Abbey hear “gala” and have visions of long coats, silk top hats and mustaches waxed to a rapier point, haute couture dresses squared off like combative tulips, and a night of a lifetime. However, for an arts organization ...
19 days ago | Dance
Gabri Christa is back. This is the third year Tigertail has invited the dancer/choreographer/filmmaker/Guggenheim Fellow to its annual ScreenDance Miami Festival. Her films opened the 2015 festival, and this year Christa will offer a hands-on work...
Pioneer Winter Unveils Latest Site-Specific Initiative With Agustina Woodgate and Hattie Mae Williams1 month ago | Art
Miami choreographer and dancer Pioneer Winter knows a thing or two about producing a live performance piece that integrates its surroundings in order for the piece to become fully realized. His Ebb/Flow performance took place aboard a floatin...