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.
After seeing the lack of LGBT main characters — in particular lesbian characters — in young adult fantasy books, playwright Andie Arthur set out to write a play featuring a lesbian love story set in a fantasy world. The play she wrote, “Juliet Among the Changelings,” will be performed weekends through Aug. 21 at the Main Street Playhouse, 6766 Main St., in Miami Lakes.
FamFest celebrates hip-hop culture and break-dance skills in Wynwood this weekend. Organized by top Miami dance crew Flipside Kings and performer Rudi Goblen, the event features an international dance contest, music groups ¡Mayday! and the Spam AllStars, workshops, DJs, graffiti art displays and more.
In 2010, Njeri Plato founded Delou Africa as a way to showcase African dance and culture to the South Florida community. She established it as a nonprofit to expand the brand and movement across Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
Producers and husbands Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, who after the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting united the Broadway singing community for the hit recording “What the World Needs Now is Love,” will be honored Oct. 8 in Miami Beach by the National LGBTQ Task Force.
Only-in-Miami choreographer Rosie Herrera has spent most of the past year in prestigious residencies and performances outside her home town. She tops it off with shows by her company at New York’s Joyce Theater next week.
AileyCamp Miami, is a program produced by the Alvin Ailey American Dance and Theater and fully sponsored by the Adrienne Arsht Center, to teach kids about jazz, West African, ballet and modern, while also boosting their self-esteem with communication and personal development courses.
Seventeen African orphans performed at Miami International Airport on Friday as part of a North American tour to raise awareness for their group home, the Amitofo Care Center, founded by a Buddhist monk.
Each summer, Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts presents a marquee, monthlong show. This July, the venue tapped Montreal’s Cirque Éloize for ‘Cirkopolis,’ a performance art piece inspired by movies like ‘Metropolis’ and ‘Brazil.’
Cirkopolis performer Emilie Fournier talks about the breathtaking, gravity defying feats that she and her partner, Lucas Boutin, perform on the Chinese pole. Cirkopolis brings to Miami a blend of circus arts, theater and dance. The show runs at the Adrienne Arsht Center through July 31, 2016.
The Little Haiti Cultural Center hosted the African Diaspora Dance & Drum Festival of Florida, a cultural arts and education festival, on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016. The festival featured dance and drum workshops, including Nancy St. Leger's Hatian folklore dance workshop.
Miami's Little Haiti embraces African dance festival
Gravity defying performers star in Cirkopolis
AileyCamp Miami at the Arsht Center builds character, bold moves
Cellist Amit Peled critiques New World School of the Arts students