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Archives: 2011
  • Pride Performed

    published June 16, 2011

    Miami artists Pioneer Winter and Jared Sharon’s upcoming performance contains partial nudity — but which part? Visit the Bass Museum of... More >>

  • Ballet Buffet

    published June 16, 2011

    As a founder and former artistic director of the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Magaly Suárez has staged many a ballet classic in... More >>

  • Zanzy Pants

    published June 9, 2011

    You won’t find Miami-based belly dancer Tamalyn Dallal standing still. The performer, teacher, and choreographer also writes books, produces... More >>

  • Pirouette Cubano

    published May 5, 2011

    It’s reasonable to say you haven’t seen classical ballet until you’ve seen it danced by classically trained Cubans. For one weekend... More >>

  • Make Dance, Not War

    published April 28, 2011

    What's your crusade? Miami Contemporary Dance Company takes on the subject of holy war in Ray Sullivan's new work, Not in My Name.... More >>

  • Bon Voyage

    published April 14, 2011

    Fresh from the main season’s finale, Romeo and Juliet, Miami City Ballet offers its hometown public one last weekend to celebrate the... More >>

  • Dance Revelation

    published February 10, 2011

    For Robert Battle, artistic director designate of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (he takes the reins in July), Miami isn’t just... More >>

  • Dance for Three

    published February 3, 2011

    Miami City Ballet’s Program III will deliver tragedy, comedy, and romance — in pointe shoes, dress shoes, high heels, and even... More >>

  • Raw Talent

    published February 3, 2011

    Purchase a seat at the Rennie Harris Awe-inspiring Works (RHAW) showcase, but don’t expect to sit in it; the young adult and teen... More >>

  • Flocks of Trocks

    published January 20, 2011

    Whether you love, hate, or feel indifferent toward classical ballet, you’d be hard-pressed to find anything but joy in your heart for Les... More >>

  • Gravity Matters

    published January 20, 2011

    Are you able-bodied or disabled? Pause before checking either box — Jess Curtis/Gravity’s “Dances for Non/Fictional... More >>

Archives: 2011