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  • Calendar: Highlights
    Has George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion influenced more writers than Gutenberg’s printing press? The worlds of theater and film would certainly be less vibrant without it. The play,...
  • Cultist: Weekend Guide
    Heyoooo! You know, despite the fact this week was only four days long, Friday really couldn't have come sooner. Am I right? I mean, sure, it's nice that we had Monday off (or not so nice...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    The world’s largest lady lumps are a size ZZZ. Whether or not you own a pair of sweater puppies, we bet you didn’t know those letters of the alphabet could have anything to do...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Remember the days before the real estate bubble burst? Our economy was at peace. The citizens walked arm in arm, in harmony with nature, with each other, and with themselves. The skies were...
  • Culture: Theater
    Making its world premiere at New Theatre, Winter is about how we remember the ones we love but more often forget them while we're buried in the minutiae of our lives. Thanks to a witty...
  • Culture: Caps
    After the death of their mother, young Edith and big brother Kenny are abandoned by their aloof, unloving doctor father and left to fend for themselves on an empty farm in the rural Midwest....
  • Cultist: Theater
    Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them, which opened Thursday at the New Theatre as part of a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere, is the latest proof that there are infinite...
  • Cultist: Theater
    Kenny and his little sister have to fend for themselves after their mother dies and their asshole father abandons them for his job and his girlfriend. Most of us would probably just become...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Kenny and his little sister must fend for themselves after their mother dies and their asshole father abandons them for his job and girlfriend. Most of us would probably become deviant...
  • Cultist: News
    If you've been putting off taking in a show at Coral Gables's New Theatre under the assumption that the venue ain't going anywhere, you may want to bump your night at the theater up on your...
  • Cultist: Theater
    In the second half of New Theatre's Henry V, we found ourselves staring at Sipiwe Moyo, the actress who played the king, her expressive and round, dewey-skinned face framed by a hood of...
  • Cultist: Theater
    Henry V, which opens this Friday at New Theatre, is one of William Shakespeare's most memorable plays featuring arguably his most noble and heroic character, the valiant King Henry.But Henry...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    William Shakespeare’s plays are well known for their sad soliloquies and tragic endings, and mothers sleeping with their sons, and men dressed as women. But some folks might not...
  • Cultist: Last Night
    Last week, we gave a preview of the New Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire, charging that "a theater troupe really has to have guts to take on" Tennessee Williams' most...
  • Cultist: Theater
    It's the timeless tale of fading beauty, the working class of old New Orleans, rape, and a dude in a wife beater shirt who belts out one of the most famous scenes in stage and film history...
  • Cultist: Theater
    The U.S. is notorious for teaching its public school students American history at the expense of world history (which just might be slightly more important). The American education system...
  • Culture: Theater
    The concept and plot of Leslie Ayvazian's one-person play at New Theatre, High Dive, are certainly original and creative. The play features a neat audience participation gimmick and a solid,...
  • Cultist: Theater
    Written by award-winning playwright, Leslie Ayvazian, High Dive, which opened this past Saturday at New Theatre, is a light comedy about the indelible task of overcoming one's greatest fears...
  • Culture: Theater
    What does Coca-Cola have to say about America — the immigrant experience, globalization, progress versus tradition, gods versus science? If this question has never occurred to you,...

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