Who says flamenco needs to be stuck in its 18th-century Andalusian roots? Like any other art form, this dance could die on the vine without contemporary refertilization. That's why Directo al Corazon (Straight to the Heart), an original piece from Ballet Flamenco La Rosa, is such a fresh take on ... More >>
KCC Productions It's not easy to live up to some types of hype and it can be especially crippling artistically when you come from great struggle getting better and better all the time. So before we get into some biographical stuff about Juan-Carlos Formell, let's see the comparisons first so tha ... More >>
Leonard CohenIt's the tour those of us younger Leonard Cohen fans -- the ones who discovered his music through the Natural Born Killers soundtrack, covers of "Hallelujah," or when we walked into a tiny used CD store in Gainesville and heard "Take This Waltz" playing -- never thought would happen. ... More >>
Hispanic Theater Fest opens corrida with Lorcas tragedy in the ring.
Love and death dance cheek to cheek
Nilo Cruz's poetic words return to the New Theatre stage
Want your play in Spanish? English? How about both?
Nilo Cruz thrills you softly with his seductive words
At the Hispanic Theatre Festival, all the Spanish-speaking world was a stage
The local International Hispanic Theatre Festival is one of the biggest and best of its kind -- when will South Florida discover it?
MoCA takes up with the Surrealist when he was at his best
Flamenco and Indian kathak styles fused
The Musicians Forum
In his native Cuba he was a film star. Here in the States he's just another car salesman with a dream.
The characters in A Bicycle Country may be adrift but the playwright knows exactly where they're going
Havana's hold on its old inhabitants makes for great parody
All About My Mother
Prize-winning author Roberto Uria landed in hot water in Cuba. Granted refugee status in the U.S., he must now sink or swim.