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  • New Theatre

    1645 SW 107th Ave. Miami, FL 33165
    305-443-5909

    http://www.new-theatre.org

  • New World Center

    New World Center

    500 17th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-3330

    http://www.nws.edu The sleek, stunning stylings of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center could almost overshadow the sounds of its inhabitants. Almost. But Miami Beach's kings (and queens) of classical music manage to do their digs justice. Here you can listen in on some of the nation's most outstanding young musicians before they move on to even bigger things. With more than 60 annual performances (many of them free), the New World Symphony is impressively prolific. There's also an on-site Soundscape, where films and performances are screened on a 7,000 foot outdoor projection wall while attendees lounge on the lawn, drinking wine and nibbling at cheese. Plus, they host post-performance parties that are a little more action-packed than the earlier affairs. All in all, impressive is an understatement. More >>

  • Next@ 19th

    137 NE 19th St. Miami, FL 33132

    http://www.nextat19th.org

  • No Jive Productions, Inc

    P.O. Box 170767, Miami, FL 33017 Hialeah, FL 33017

  • North Miami Beach Amphitheater

    16501 NE 16th Ave. North Miami Beach, FL 33162

  • North Shore Band Shell

    North Shore Band Shell

    Collins Avenue at 73rd Street Miami Beach, FL 33141

  • O Cinema Miami Shores

    9806 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Shores, FL 33138
    305-571-9970

    http://www.o-cinema.org/venue/o-cinema-miami-shores/ Back when Paramount Studios owned movie theaters, it opened The Shores Theater in 1946. A few decades later, the single screen auditorium became a dollar cinema that screened older films and eventually closed circa 1988. Twenty-four years later and several name changes, O Cinema partnered up with the Miami Theater Center and now welcomes its surrounding community to South Florida’s largest independent movie theater auditorium. O cinema Miami Shores showcases theater for children, training in the performing arts, and an array of films. The venue seats 330 guests, features 5.1 Surround Sound, is ADA-compliant, provides hearing impaired assistance, and has space for ten wheel chairs. More >>

  • O. Ascanio Gallery

    2600 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-571-9036

    http://www.oascaniogallery.com

  • Off the Hookah Miami

    Off the Hookah Miami

    401 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    305-373-5724

    http://www.offthehookah.com Fire juggling, bottle flipping, and acrobatic bartending are just a few of the elements that set this bar apart. Located in the bustling, and tourist heavy Bayside, Off The Hookah offers a singular nightlife experience complete with specialty drinks, live entertainment, and popular DJs. More >>

  • Opa Locka Rock Venue

    4070 NW 132 St. Opa-locka, FL 33054

  • Open Stage Club

    2325 Galiano St. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-441-7902

    http://www.openstageclub.com/?mod=1

  • Opera Guild Building

    1200 Coral Way Coral Gables, FL 33134

    http://www.fgo.org

  • Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca Center

    2200 Liberty Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Overthrow Castle

    Overthrow Castle

    41 NW 20th St. Miami, FL 33127

    http://www.theoverthrow.com

  • Paint N Play Block Party

    214 NW 24th St. Miami, FL 33127

  • Palm Beach Dramaworks

    Palm Beach Dramaworks

    201 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-514-4042

    http://www.palmbeachdramaworks.org For ten of its 11 seasons, Palm Beach Dramaworks was West Palm Beach's only professional theater company, and it has been a force to be reckoned with. Bearing the slogan "theater to think about," Dramaworks is recognized as the only tri-county playhouse to stage revivals of classics by Eugene O'Neill, Henrik Ibsen, and Harold Pinter on a regular basis. More >>

  • Palm Beach Improv at CityPlace

    Palm Beach Improv at CityPlace

    550 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-1812

    http://www.palmbeachimprov.com Start your drinking adventure at the Wet Willie's portion of Palm Beach Improv. Choose from a rainbow wall of spinning frozen drink machines, ready to dispense preshow drinks. There are 11 kinds, and the bartender will be happy to let you sample as many as you'd like before settling on one. Once inside the Improv, browse the menu for frilly drinks with names as silly as the jokes, served in large glasses. In addition to national acts, head over on a weekday night for local talents performing open mic showcases. More >>

  • Paramount Bay Miami

    2020 N. Bayshore Drive Miami, FL 33137
    305-374-2757

    http://www.paramountbay.com

  • Pelican Playhouse

    1401 Westward Drive Miami Springs, FL 33166
    305-884-6804

    http://www.pelicanplayhouse.org

  • Pepe Calderin Design

    7500 NE 4th Court Miami, FL 33138
    305-757-5535

    http://www.pepecalderindesign.com

  • PAN, Performing Arts Network

    13126 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, FL 33161
    305-899-7730

    http://www.panmiami.org

  • Pleasure Garden

    299 NE 38th St. Miami, FL 33137

    http://www.orchidtheshow.com

  • Point East Condo Theater

    2895 Point E. Drive North Miami Beach, FL 33160
    305-931-3960 ext. 7

  • The Polo Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center

    13420 S. Shore Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33414
    561-793-5867

  • The Promethean Theatre

    The Promethean Theatre

    3301 College Ave. Davie, FL 33314
    954-262-5730

    http://www.theprometheantheatre.org The Promethean could easily be one of the best companies in South Florida, if only it would - or could - produce more shows. This criminally underfunded nonprofit run by regular Carbonell nominees Deborah L. Sherman and Margaret Ledford is down to a small handful of shows each year, but these productions are ones its youthful demo won't soon forget. Operating on Nova Southeastern University in either its classroom-style Mailman Building auditorium or the more expanded Black Box, the Promethean mixes quiet, minimalist dramas like The Dumb Waiter with large-scale gonzo cult musicals such as Evil Dead, proving its worth in both disparate styles. More >>

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