Univision announced Friday that it is canceling ‘Sábado Gigante,’ the beloved long-running variety show hosted by iconic personality Don Francisco, which has been a key part of U.S. Hispanic culture and television for almost 30 years.
Cuban music duo Gente de Zona, who’ve hit the pop stratosphere as part of the Enrique Iglesias hit “Bailando,” are poised to reach a level of mainstream success no act from the island has ever had before.
Climakaze Miami, a three-day festival and conference that aims to bring artists and activists together around the issue of global warming, takes place this weekend at Miami-Dade County Auditorium and the Everglades.
Famed arts management guru and “Turnaround King” Michael Kaiser, the former president of the Kennedy Center, predicts a gloomy future for the arts in the United States in his new book, “Curtains? The Future of the Arts in America.”
Miami City Ballet is set to debut ‘Heatscape,’ a collaboration between hot New York choreographer Justin Peck and famed street artist Shepard Fairey that is one of the most high-profile projects in the company’s history.
Basetrack Live, an acclaimed theater piece at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on Saturday, brings the experience of Iraq War veterans to life. Presenter MDC Live has made the show the centerpiece of programs that aim to help veterans reconnect with their community.
In Curtain, Jonah Bokaer and Daniel Arsham’s latest dance-visual art mindgame to be presented in Miami, at PAMM last Thursday. It was a fascinating meditation on movement, our definitions of things, and the allure of gooey stuff.
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.