2 months ago | Dance
Tennessee Williams’ play Summer and Smoke had its premiere on Broadway in 1948, and this weekend it will be reprised flamenco style, by Ballet Flamenco La Rosa – likely the first time a work by Williams has been translated into the language of fla...
3 months ago | Dance
On a chilly day last fall, Miami-born artist Yara Travieso sat in a beach chair in her Brooklyn backyard while she talked about a performance she was planning for Miami’s YoungArts Plaza. “It’s very weird,” she said of her current location, “becau...
4 months ago | Dance
Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami has been on a meteoric trajectory. In its first 18 months, the troupe was a 2017 Knight Challenge Grant recipient, and in June, it will debut at New York’s Joyce Theater, followed by its first appearance at t...
5 months ago | Culture
The ancient Japanese art of taiko drumming is coming to Miami with the group Tao: Drum Heart, which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and has gone on to tour internationally while getting an extra boost with an appearance on The Late Show...
5 months ago | Art
Mexico City-based theater collective Teatro Ojo's works are constantly evolving. Nothing is ever really finished. That's because they take direction during every performance. Whatever the audience experiences, observes, feels, and offers in feedba...
6 months ago | Art
When you think of land in Palestine, conflict might be the first thing that comes to mind. But for Jumana Emil Abboud, the Palestinian landscape evokes other, older associations — with mythological creatures such as water spirits and ghouls.