Theater & Film

Area Stage director gives audience seat at the table for Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Area Stage director gives audience seat at the table for Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The traditional 'tale as old' as time gets an immersive twist in Area Stage Company's re-imagining of Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast.'

Review: Main Street Players Lean Into the Absurd with ‘Black Sheep’

Review: Main Street Players Lean Into the Absurd with ‘Black Sheep’

Unconventional and existing in its own logic, Main Street Players embraces dark comedy "Black Sheep."

Review: Nilo Cruz explores a distanced world in ‘Kisses Through the Glass’

Review: Nilo Cruz explores a distanced world in ‘Kisses Through the Glass’

Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz's latest world-premiere play "Kisses Through the Glass" at MDCA’s On.Stage Black Box has plenty to take in with its blend of symbolism, poetic language, allegory, and realism.

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Filmmakers ‘Pass the Mic’ to their subjects in trio of Miami-based documentaries

Filmmakers ‘Pass the Mic’ to their subjects in trio of Miami-based documentaries

Posted on July 19, 2022 at 1:13 PM
By Josie Gulliksen

Oolite Arts' second commissioned film series, "Pass the Mic: We Will Tell Our Stories," focuses on issues from gentrification in Allapattah to the plight of day laborers in Homestead as well as tenants' rights in Miami.

Review: Ruben Rabasa contemplates his funny, rich long life in ‘Rubenology’  at GableStage

Review: Ruben Rabasa contemplates his funny, rich long life in ‘Rubenology’ at GableStage

Posted on July 18, 2022 at 2:12 PM
By Christine Dolen

A collaboration between GableStage and the Abre Camino Collective, “Rubenology: The Making of an American Legend,” stars Ruben Rabasa in a personal, one-person show through July 31.

Review: Virtuoso musicians bring personal stories to light in Miami New Drama’s ‘Papá Cuatro’

Review: Virtuoso musicians bring personal stories to light in Miami New Drama’s ‘Papá Cuatro’

Posted on July 11, 2022 at 10:37 AM
By Christine Dolen

Miami New Drama's "Papá Cuatro" features five virtuoso Venezuelan musicians in an impressive and enlightening theatrical treasure.

‘Are You There, Bette Davis?’ from Uruguay opens Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami

‘Are You There, Bette Davis?’ from Uruguay opens Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami

Posted on July 6, 2022 at 10:52 AM
By Jose Antonio Evora

The 36th International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami opens on Friday, July 8 with Uruguayan playwright Dominic Melisi's "Are You There, Bette Davis?" Plays from the United States, Argentina, Chile, Spain, and Puerto Rico, are staged through Sunday, July 31.