Performing Arts

Performing Arts

A Fantasy where an Outcast Finds His Place

Stilt leaping lizards and flying lemurs help an outcast find his place in Luckner Bruno’s “The Legend of the Pink Elephant,” which has its final show at the Miami Theater Center Saturday. Bruno based the cirque-theater piece on his experience growing up.

Season of the Arts

MDC Live Arts brings 'Steve Parker's Traffic Jam' to Miami

MDC Live Arts presents an inspired populist creation/demonstration with “Steve Parker’s Traffic Jam,” in which regular folks can join local artists in a citywide “musical” performance on a quintessential Miami issue — traffic — as jams hit their peak for Miami Art Week. Nov. 30 to Dec. 3, 2017 at various locations in Miami-Dade.

Entertainment

Surreal dance stories from Cuba

Surrealistic dance theater from Cuba visits Miami again, with the haunting “Possible Impossible,” from Cuban troupe Retazos and Swedish company Memory Wax. Miami’s Copperbridge Foundation presents another Havana and international dance experiment at Miami Dade County Auditorium on Saturday.

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Videos

Thomas Armour Youth Ballet asking for help for new 'Nutcracker' sets

Thomas Armour Youth Ballet, which celebrates its 40th anniversary performing ‘The Nutcracker’ this December, has been using dance to teach life skills since the 1950s.
Pedro Portal pportal@elnuevoherald.com
Thomas Armour Youth Ballet asking for help for new 'Nutcracker' sets 0:55

Thomas Armour Youth Ballet asking for help for new 'Nutcracker' sets

MDC Live Arts brings 'Steve Parker's Traffic Jam' to Miami 2:07

MDC Live Arts brings 'Steve Parker's Traffic Jam' to Miami

'Hand to God' at GableStage 0:33

'Hand to God' at GableStage

Karen Peterson and Dancers: A 25 year retrospective 3:31

Karen Peterson and Dancers: A 25 year retrospective