Theater & Film

‘Ocean Filibuster’ lights a fuse as a theatrical wake-up call on climate change

‘Ocean Filibuster’ lights a fuse as a theatrical wake-up call on climate change

As part of Live Arts Miami's EcoCultura series, “Ocean Filibuster” blends science, music, theater and humor to speak up for the survival of the sea.

Miami Book Fair turns the city into a book lover’s dream

Miami Book Fair turns the city into a book lover’s dream

For eight days in November, Miami Book Fair transforms downtown into Book City.

Review: Miami New Drama’s world premiere of ‘Elián’ is surprising and superbly acted

Review: Miami New Drama’s world premiere of ‘Elián’ is surprising and superbly acted

Staged by Miami New Drama artistic director Michel Hausmann, Martinez’s play is a thought-provoking surprise, one that is bringing out the best in a company of actors from South Florida and beyond.

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Miami New Drama’s ‘Elián’ ready to revisit flashpoint in Cuban exile history

Miami New Drama’s ‘Elián’ ready to revisit flashpoint in Cuban exile history

Posted on October 26, 2022 at 11:42 AM
By Christine Dolen

Miami New Drama's world premiere play “Elián” provides fresh insight into a saga that made headlines across the world 23 years ago.

Review: Zoetic Stage’s Mlima’s Tale’ is incisive, inspired theater

Review: Zoetic Stage’s Mlima’s Tale’ is incisive, inspired theater

Posted on October 17, 2022 at 2:57 PM
By Christine Dolen

"Mlima's Tale" at Zoetic Stage takes audiences on a journey through an elephant's plight amid the greedy ivory trade, but the production goes deeper than what's on the surface.

Review: Bistoury Physical Theatre’s latest chapter explores ‘Fear of Freedom’

Review: Bistoury Physical Theatre’s latest chapter explores ‘Fear of Freedom’

Posted on October 13, 2022 at 8:27 PM
By Sean Erwin

Bistoury Physical Theatre and Film's third part of its “The Commune” series lays out the psychological tics and neuroses of people trapped in a pandemic-like form of physical and emotional isolation.

Review: A boxing ring holds life lessons in ‘The Opponent’ at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center

Review: A boxing ring holds life lessons in ‘The Opponent’ at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center

Posted on October 12, 2022 at 10:55 AM
By Christine Dolen

"The Opponent" comes out fighting at the first post-pandemic professional theater production at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center (AHCAC) in Liberty City.

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