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Miami New Drama’s “Seven Deadly Sins” Finds a Way Back to Live Theater

Posted by on Dec 2, 2020 in Articles, Home-Slider, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Miami New Drama’s “Seven Deadly Sins” Finds a Way Back to Live Theater

Miami New Drama’s “Seven Deadly Sins” Finds a Way Back to Live Theater

By Christine Dolen

Now, nine months into the country’s battle against COVID-19, Miami New Drama and its boundlessly imaginative artistic director, Michel Hausmann, have figured out a way to turn vice into virtue, exploring the seven deadly sins in an ambitious return to live theater through January 3.

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Robert Runcie: Superintendent, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS)

Posted by on Nov 16, 2020 in Home-Slider, Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on Robert Runcie: Superintendent, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS)

Robert Runcie: Superintendent, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS)

As superintendent of the nation’s sixth largest school district — with over 270,000 students in 337 schools and approximately 30,000 employees –- Broward County Public Schools Superintendent ROBERT W. RUNCIE is committed to “Educating Today’s Students to Succeed in Tomorrow’s World.”

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Filmmakers Julie Gilbert & Frédéric Choffat

Posted by on Nov 11, 2020 in Home-Slider, Interviews, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Filmmakers Julie Gilbert & Frédéric Choffat

Filmmakers Julie Gilbert & Frédéric Choffat

Award-winning JULIET GILBERT, writer, director and producer and filmmaker, photographer FRÉDÉRIC CHOFFAT collaborate in life and art. They co-founded Les Films du Tigre in 2009. Both are of Swiss and French nationality.

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New World Symphony takes its WALLCAST to the Drive-In

Posted by on Oct 18, 2020 in Articles, Performing Arts | Comments Off on New World Symphony takes its WALLCAST to the Drive-In

New World Symphony takes its WALLCAST to the Drive-In

The NEW WORLD SYMPHONY opened its 33rd season on October 17th with a special WALLCAST Concert at North Miami’s Dezerland Park Drive-In Theater.

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Michael Stock: Bringing Folk to South Florida

Posted by on Sep 27, 2020 in Interviews, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Michael Stock: Bringing Folk to South Florida

Michael Stock: Bringing Folk to South Florida

MICHAEL STOCK has been hosting “Folk & Acoustic Music” on WLRN, South Florida Public Radio for over 30 years.  Michael was  introduced to folk music back in high school when  a teacher  at Miami Beach High  played Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.”

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Cassidy Fitzpatrick, VP for Musician Advancement at the New World Symphony

Posted by on Sep 13, 2020 in Interviews, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Cassidy Fitzpatrick, VP for Musician Advancement at the New World Symphony

Cassidy Fitzpatrick, VP for Musician Advancement at the New World Symphony

CASSIDY FITZPATRICK, Vice President for Musician Advancement at New World Symphony, develops, implements, and evaluates the New World Symphony’s Fellowship activities, training, and educational programs. She is primarily responsible for the areas of: community and audience engagement; diversity, equity and inclusion; and leadership and entrepreneurialism.

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A Tribute Concert to Latin Music Ambassador Tito Puente

Posted by on Sep 2, 2020 in Articles, Performing Arts | Comments Off on A Tribute Concert to Latin Music Ambassador Tito Puente

A Tribute Concert to Latin Music Ambassador Tito Puente

In 1971, Carlos Santana’s rock version of “Oye Como Va” made its author, TITO PUENTE, an international star. Yet when Puente wrote the original cha-cha-chá version, released by Tico Records on the 1963 album, “El Rey Bravo,” the recording barely registered on the charts.

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The Multi-Talented John Buffalo Mailer

Posted by on Aug 16, 2020 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts | Comments Off on The Multi-Talented John Buffalo Mailer

The Multi-Talented John Buffalo Mailer

JOHN BUFFALO MAILER is an award winning screenwriter, journalist, playwright, actor, and producer. Mailer was born in Brooklyn, the youngest child of two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient Norman Mailer. His mother is author Norris Church Mailer.

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Michael Spring: Director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

Posted by on Jul 26, 2020 in Interviews, Performing Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on Michael Spring: Director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

Michael Spring: Director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

MICHAEL SPRING serves as director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, where he is responsible for the supervision of a public arts agency with an annual budget of more than $53 million and a staff of 100.

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Christine Dolen: All the World’s Her Stage

Posted by on Jul 6, 2020 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Christine Dolen: All the World’s Her Stage

Christine Dolen:  All the World’s Her Stage

CHRISTINE DOLEN was the Miami Herald’s theater critic from 1979 to 2015. In 1997, she was a member of the Pulitzer Prize drama jury.

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