Miami City Ballet’s new production of Carmen, which debuted at the Adrienne Arsht Center this past weekend as part of the troupe’s “Passion and Grace” program, was unfortunately lacking in romantic heat and dramatic impact.
Robert Battle, artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, draws on his childhood in Liberty City as he leads the world’s most renowned black dance company. The legacy of civil rights echoes in the Ailey troupe’s performances in Fort Lauderdale this week.
Miami-raised singer Kat Dahlia’s combination of grit and soul is getting a rare amount of attention for a debut artist. The Herald talks to the outspoken Cuban-American songwriter about her hard knock life and inspiration.
The Nile Project, for which musicians from around the Nile River Basin create a soulful communal sound, brings its message of cultural collaboration and environmental activism to Miami Beach this week.
Choreographer Alonzo King stands out in the ballet world for his innovative choreography and technique — and as a rare black artist in the white world of classical dance. His troupe, Alonzo King Lines Ballet, performs in Miami for the first time Saturday, Jan. 17, in South Dade.
The documentary “America the Beautiful 3: The Sexualization of Our Youth” makes the case that proliferating and coarsening sexual images in media are hurting children and U.S. culture. Director Darryl Roberts hosts a screening and discussion in Miami, hoping to provoke action.