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Carnival Studio Theater

1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132 | Downtown/Overtown |
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  • Calendar: Highlights
    No one in Miami can claim ignorance about flamenco. The plethora of shows highlighting the music and beauty of this traditional southern Spanish dance have made Miami flamenco’s second...
  • Cultist: Dance
    Siempre Flamenco, a Miami based Flamenco arts organization, is widely recognized in town for the quality of the festivals they have presented. The organization was founded by the husband and...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    To the frustration of those of us looking to attend shows where we don’t have to check our brains at the box office, summer in America has been deemed the season for lighter theatrical...
  • Culture: Theater
    From Can't Hardly Wait to Superbad, debauched teen parties have long been a theme on the big screen. But in live theater? Not so much. So when Girls vs. Boys opens at the Adrienne Arsht...
  • Culture: Theater
    At its heart, City Theatre's Summer Shorts Festival has always been about bringing the funny. There are no overwrought three-act plot machinations to suffocate your already-summer-induced...
  • Culture: Theater
    Minutes before you're released into the cell, your feet have been tightly manacled and locked into a stock. A steel frame is passed over your body as you hang upside down in the air. Your...
  • Culture: Caps
    Set in the early '60s and with world-changing events such as JFK's assassination and the Cuban Missile Crisis as its backdrop, Michael McKeever's Moscow tells the charming and funny story of...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Ah, the seasonal job. Plenty of us have rung up orders, chucked boxes, or scanned, scanned, scanned the days away during the holiday season. David Sedaris, however, had the king job of all...
  • Cultist: Literary
    There's nothing worse than having a holiday dinner -- or a funeral, or a wedding -- to force you to spend an extended and unnecessary amount of time with your family. Unless you happen to be...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    What’s worse than being forced to spend an extended and unnecessary amount of time with your family thanks to holidays and weddings? Being stuck inside with them while a hurricane...
  • Cultist: Theater
    Last night, the Arsht Center (in collaboration with the University of Miami's Department of Theatre Arts) debuted The House of Bernarda Alba, It commemorates the 75th anniversary of...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If the mother-daughter age difference in The House of Bernarda Alba seems accurate, that’s because it is. Staged at the Arsht Center’s Carnival Studio Theater, Bernarda Alba is a...
  • Cultist: Last Night
    El Malentendido, the International Hispanic Theatre Festival's Spanish-language version of Albert Camus's dipped-in-irony-titled play The Misunderstanding, opened last night at the Arsht...
  • Culture: Caps
    Since its inception, the International Hispanic Theatre Festival has evolved into an internationally recognized, multilingual, multiethnic cultural event and is the only theater festival of...
  • Cultist: Theater
    The International Hispanic Theatre Festival consistently thumbs its figurative nose at all the Debbie Downers who say that Miami has no culture. Starting today and playing throughout the...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    The idiot box has given Latino actors a bad rap. We’re used to doe-eyed melodramatic performers in every telenovela scene on Spanish-language television — and that’s just the...
  • Cultist: Theater
    In addition to last year's annual Summer Shorts festival, City Theatre premiered Camp Kappawanna, the family rock musical penned by Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb (the show is...
  • Cultist: Theater
    For the 16th year, City Theatre hosts Summer Shorts, which opens at the Arsht Center this Thursday, giving us all a reason to stay in town for sweaty June. And this year, the cast includes...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Be sure to add “Watch seven plays” to your summer to-do list, right after “Finish reading A Game of Thrones” and “Go parasailing.” Impossible, you say? Not when...
  • Cultist: Dance
    Talk about the creative struggle. This weekend, Miami will play host to a group of dancers, known as Ayikodans, who have overcome obstacles more challenging than what most of us can...
  • Cultist: Last Night
    Celebrity Autobiography, which opened Thursday for a limited two week run at the Arsht Center, features comics such as Rachel Dratch and actors like Sharon Gless reading verbatim selections...
  • Cultist: Comedy
    Fuck Christopher Hitchens and his lame opinion on funny women. Rachel Dratch and decades of hilarious female cast members on Saturday Night Live demonstrate that humorous females exist in...
  • Cultist: Last Night
    Myth, magic, and super powers collided at last night's production of The Sparrow, which opened at the Arsht Center's Carnival Studio Theater.The House Theatre of Chicago brought their show...
  • Cultist: Theater
    Take Stephen King's Carrie, Edward Scissorhands, and add a dash of ancient mythology, and what you have is one of the more original and unique productions to hit  theatres in some time....
  • Cultist: Last Night
    Last night's opening of Catwalk Confidential at the Arsht Center's Carnival Studio Theater proved, above all else, that its star, Robyn Peterson, is no dumb former model. The Miami native...
  • Cultist: Dance
    For Octavio Campos, life not only imitates art, but art is a call to action. Campos is a preeminent Miami personality - as a performance artist, dancer, choreographer, activist, and...
  • Cultist: Dance
    Ana Mendieta fell to her death from her bedroom window in New York City one early morning in September, 1985. The acclaimed visual artist was heard crying out "No, no, no" before her body...
  • Cultist: Last Night
    We kicked off Black History month in style last night, attending M-Ensemble's opening night performance of the gospel musical Crowns at the Arsht Center. And it was a night filled with the...
  • Cultist: Theater
    With all its pompous celebrities and Tony Award-winning screenwriters and tear-jerking performances, Broadway takes itself way too seriously. It was only a matter of time before someone went...
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