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10950 SW 211th St. Cutler Bay, FL 33189 | Cutler Bay/Palmetto Bay | 786-573-5300
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    An Alonzo King dance is almost unimaginable without facility of movement, those forcefully shifting patterns of gorgeous bodies that make for a seductive surface. Yet what gives greater...
  • Cultist: Art
    In past generations, conscription meant military service was a collective hardship -- nearly every family understood the difficulties of serving and the horrors of war. Now it's a niche...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center presents the national Broadway touring production of Guys And Dolls on Saturday, January 3 at 8pm. Winner of five Tony Awards including “Best...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If one of your resolutions for this year is to see more Broadway plays, you’re in luck. The five-time Tony Award-winning Guys and Dolls is stopping by Miami for one night only, this...
  • Cultist: Dance
    TU Dance, a 12-member dance company, will be performing for one night only on Saturday at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center. It's a highly collaborative dance initiative, a company...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Trinidadian-American trumpet player Etienne Charles plays at South Miami Dade Cultural Arts Center for the first time as part of the Miami Nice Jazz Festival! Perhaps more than any other...
  • Cultist: Theater
    The time is the 1930s. The place is the wintry mountains of the Alps. You are part of a journalism team investigating a promising lead when BAM! Attack! Your lead is gone -- but a bigger...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Columbine. Sandy Hook. Virginia Tech. Once places of relative anonymity, known only as learning locales, they’re now synonymous with tragedies that have become increasingly common in...
  • Culture: Theater
    One of the first lines in Not Ready for Primetime, a patchy chronicle of the tumultuous inception of Saturday Night Live, is a pithy mission statement delivered by its creator, Lorne...
  • Cultist: Theater
    One of the first lines in Not Ready for Primetime, a patchy chronicle of the tumultuous inception of Saturday Night Live, is a pithy mission statement delivered by its creator, Lorne...
  • Cultist: Dance
    At the January Young Arts Foundation annual gala, Chanel Da Silva, dancer with the Trey McIntyre Project (TMP), kicked off her heels and broke it down on the temporary dance floor to Michael...
  • Culture: Theater
    If it seems like New Theatre's latest production has an extra spring in its step — if the set design, lighting, and actors appear unusually dynamic — it might be because the...
  • Cultist: Around Town
    No more excuses. The holidays are over, it's a new year, and you've gotta get down to business when it comes to meeting that absurdly unrealistic list of resolutions you concocted....
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Kathak is one of the main strains of classical Indian dance, originating in North India. It is related to the Persian art form of dance and is based on storytelling through movement. Anyone...
  • Cultist: Dance
    The lovely weather in Miami these days, the vibrant cultural scene, the ethnically diverse food options -- all are reasons for Alison Chase to jump for joy. After all, it is pretty cold in...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    During Botanica, the latest high-tech performance from the Momix troupe, the dancers bloom. No, really. Through fantastical costumes, set designs, and special effects, flowers blossom,...
  • Cultist: Theater
    In the final weeks of one of the dirtiest presidential campaigns we've ever seen, it's hard not to ask yourself, "Why can't we all just get along?" But in Miami, one group of women is...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Haitian dance has made a powerful impact on Miami in the past several years. Hands down, some of the most acclaimed and popular performances have come from the troubled Caribbean country to...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Vaudeville entertainers have gone the way of the dinosaurs, the Polaroid instant camera, and America Online. But in the world of live theater, their influence is still felt by nostalgists...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Hamlet, William Shakespeare’s brilliant tale of a Dutch prince who goes nuts trying to avenge the death of his father, has enthralled and captivated audiences for more than 400 years....
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    Mag and her husband Charlie are WASPy empty-nesters living in a quaint Miami community. Mag is a liberal-minded human rights advocate, and Charlie is a pot-smoking retired travel writer and...
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  • Music: Show Preview
    True hip-hop has long had an affair with classical music, though indirectly. The best producers have used booming strings and brass to add a sense of melodrama and impending doom to classic...
  • Cultist: Dance
    Since this spring, Brazz Dance Theater has been giving Miami audiences sneak peeks at a work called "Cordel." In the company's March performance at the Adrienne Arsht Center's Carnival...
  • Cultist: Dance
    Garth Fagan choreographed the spectacular Broadway production of The Lion King, and that one show has sealed his legacy. But there is much more to the 71-year-old Fagan than leaping gazelles...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Miami’s real cultural diversity and voice are expressed through dance. The latest example — Cordel, from local troupe Brazz Dance -— takes the stage at the South Miami-Dade...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Garth Fagan choreographed the spectacular Broadway production of The Lion King, sealing his legacy. But there’s much more to the 71-year-old Fagan than leaping gazelles and flying...
  • Music: Show Preview
    Comfortably nestled in the Mid-City District of New Orleans, the historic Tremé neighborhood is one of America's loudest. Jazz music thrives in this 0.69-square-mile patch of NOLA,...
  • Crossfade: Heads Up
    Comfortably nestled in the Mid-City District of New Orleans, the historic Tremé neighborhood is one of America's loudest. Jazz music thrives in this 0.69-square-mile patch of NOLA land,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Rising from the shadows of Southland Mall, not too far from the southern terminus of Florida’s Turnpike, is the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center. It’s like an oddly angled...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Maybe you're thinking, wait a second I've already been to the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center to see several performances, what's this poppycock about a grand opening in October. Don't...
  • Cultist: Dance
    It's time to get serious about locking, popping, hip hop, house, and b-boy/b-girl moves at the 2011 Illadelph Legends Hip Hop Festival, from this Sunday to August 7. Founded by hip-hop...
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    Diavolo translates to "day" and "I fly," so the spanking new South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center hopes this Los Angeles-based performance troupe will help the center take off. With their...

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The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center is conceived as a multidisciplinary center for the performing arts. Public participation has emphasized how important it is for this facility to serve as a force for community and cultural development.

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