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“Opera . . . From a Sistah’s Point of View”

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Angela Brown’s “The biggest misconception about opera is that it is only for an elitist audience,” Brown says. “Anyone can enjoy opera if they choose. Anyone can see themselves in the stories.” Along with the Florida Grand Opera, Brown will present two performances, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28, at Miami’s HISTORIC HAMPTON HOUSE Strict COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions will be in place, including mandatory face coverings.

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Long Distance Affair

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The new joint production from Miami’s Juggerknot Theatre Co. and New York’s PopUP Theatrics – available at longdistanceaffair.info from May 23-30 – just happens to be a trailblazing example of a form that theater may utilize more frequently in the future.

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“Miami Motel Stories” Comes to North Beach

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Beginning with “Miami Motel Stories: Little Havana” in 2017, Juggerknot Theatre Co. has continued to create immersive theater in an idiosyncratic, widely embraced way.

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‘Kilombo’ at IPC ArtSpace

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“Kilombo” at IPC ArtSpace Pays Homage to African Culture in Brazil.

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City Theatre Presents “The Cake”

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America’s culture wars get an illuminating skirmish in “The Cake,” Bekah Brunstetter’s play about a North Carolina woman named Jen, who returns to her hometown from Brooklyn to plan the traditional wedding of her dreams.

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STUPID MODEL
a Timely Story of Sexism in the Seventies

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    It’s 1973, and top model Janice Dickinson says to Bee Berger, “I’m Super Model, and you’re Stupid Model.” Just two weeks out...

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