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Free Events This Week in Miami: Romeo & Juliet, Guccivuitton, and Clue

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Happy Monday, Miami! Now that your weekend's over and you've had your fill of It's Gonna Be May memes, it's time to dive head first into the rainy month ahead. Grab your umbrellas and brave it, 'cause this week is full of can't-miss free fun.


  • Tom Hayden at Books & Books: Join the political activist and scholar in a discussion of his latest book, Listen, Yankee!: Why Cuba Matters, in which the author examines the complicated history between the U.S. and Cuba. 


  • Clue at Shirley's: Solve the crime with an evening of mystery, murder, and MADNESS!
  • Donation Day at Lowe: Browse current museum exhibitions like Carlos Llerena Aguirre's Last Tribes and the German Symbolism and Austrian Expressionism of the ArtLab's Ger-MANIA collection.



  • Guccivuitton at ICA Miami: Don't miss the museum debut of the Miami-based collective in a show featuring over 25 artists, including Scott Armetta, ART404, Loriel Beltran, and more.


  • Romeo & Juliet Outside the Box at YoungArts: Shakespeare's tragedy inspires this interactive performance created by playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney and filmmaker and fellow YoungArts Alumnus Andrew Hevia, which features Miami City Ballet and Gentry George dancers.
  • New exhibitions at Bakehouse: Join the openings of Rocking, gently by Andres Martinez and Gerbi Tsesarskaia in the Audrey Love Gallery and Joyride: the journey from sculpture to children’s book in the Swenson Gallery. 

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