Theater & Film

Miami Jewish Film Festival connects a Black and Jewish shared experience

Miami Jewish Film Festival connects a Black and Jewish shared experience

Among the changes this year: free access, a mix of virtual and in-person screenings, and a new 'Building Bridges/Breaking Barriers' program.

GableStage to begin new chapter with Bari Newport at the helm

GableStage to begin new chapter with Bari Newport at the helm

The new leader is set to start April 1, after serving the past nine years as producing artistic director of the Penobscot Theatre Co. in Bangor, Maine.

‘Pass the Mic’ shares Miami residents’ stories

‘Pass the Mic’ shares Miami residents’ stories

Virtual screening event, presented by Oolite Arts and Community Justice Project, will feature films that focus on critical everyday issues.

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Review: ‘Art Heist’ is a fun idea but far less dramatic than the real-life crime

Review: ‘Art Heist’ is a fun idea but far less dramatic than the real-life crime

Posted on March 20, 2021 at 5:26 PM
By Christine Dolen (christinedolen23@gmail.com)

Interactive outdoor show has separate productions now playing at Miami’s Arsht Center and Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center.

38th annual Miami Film Festival goes hybrid, with in-person and virtual screenings

38th annual Miami Film Festival goes hybrid, with in-person and virtual screenings

Posted on March 2, 2021 at 11:03 PM
By Michelle F. Solomon (michellesolomon23@gmail.com)

It opens with an in-theater, world-premiere screening of Miami-based filmmaker Edson Jean's 'Ludi.'

Zoetic Stage turns to think-fast improv as theater starts to regroup

Zoetic Stage turns to think-fast improv as theater starts to regroup

Posted on March 2, 2021 at 12:14 AM
By Christine Dolen (christinedolen23@gmail.com)

Two performances remain at Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

Theater makers embrace outdoor shows in the pivot toward normalcy

Theater makers embrace outdoor shows in the pivot toward normalcy

Posted on February 24, 2021 at 10:58 PM
By Christine Dolen (christinedolen23@gmail.com)

Three notably different productions – an improv comedy show, a staged reading series and an interactive crime caper – will take place outside the Arsht Center.

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