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 Post subject: [MiamiArts] Digest Number 1258
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Topics in this digest:

1. Cinema Paradiso "The Bridesmaid " 3:00pm, 5:15pm, 7:30pm, 8/26/2006,
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

2. Miami-Dade Green Party - Gay & Lesbian Issues Forum & Artistic
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

3. The Wallflower Gallery Events & Activities - 08-27-06
From: William

4. Change of Date for Last Censored Film at The Wolfsonian
From: William

5. Tower Theater Panel discusion and documentary: Caridad Madre Mia
From: William

6. Momentum Dance "The Exiles" Performance
From: William

7. Open House & hiddenvalleyranch at Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
From: William

8. BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX PRESENTS “GET TO KNOW US” EXHIBIT
From: William

9. MIAMI ART CENTRAL Artist Talk with Allan deSouza, 8/24/2006, 8:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

10. EXTRAORDINARY WORLDS at Artformz Alternative
From: William

11. Celebrate Public Artists! Two Lectures in One Day
From: William

12. New Theatre Shakespeare festival...ONLY 5 PERFORMANCES LEFT!
From: William

13. A Musical Journey with SoBe Music Studio Ensemble
From: William

14. GEOMETRIC PANEL SET FOR SEPT. 16 AT ART AND CULTURE CENTER
From: William

15. Deering Estate’s “Fall in Love” Concert, November 11
From: William

16. Museum of Contemporary Art "Optic Nerve", 8/26/2006, 7:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

17. Culture in the City presents Bioethics - and our oceans, 8/30/2006,
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

18. 2006 Eisenhart Concert Series: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, 8/24/2006,
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

19. Actors´ Playhouse "Mystery of Irma Vep" Wed-Sun, 8/30/2006,
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

20. CALDWELL THEATRE "The Decline and Fall of the Entire World..."
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

21. Ebeyana Theatre "LIONS' DEN", 8/26/2006, 8:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

22. THEY improv at the Hollywood Playhouse in Midnight Madness, 8/26/200
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com


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1. Cinema Paradiso "The Bridesmaid " 3:00pm, 5:15pm, 7:30pm, 8/26/2006,
Posted by: "MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com" MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 12:09 pm (PDT)


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Cinema Paradiso "The Bridesmaid " 3:00pm, 5:15pm, 7:30pm
Saturday August 26, 2006
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
(This event repeats every day, until Sunday August 27, 2006.)
Location: Cinema Paradiso
Street: 503 SE 6th Street
City State Zip: Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33301
Phone: (954) 525-FILM

Notes:
Handsome young man, Phillippe, still living at home with his mother and two sisters,
has a promising career ahead of him. At the wedding of his sister Sophie he meets
her stunning but strangely aloof bridesmaid, Senta, and it is love at first sight.
But Sentas life and past is shrouded in mystery, and she tells him stories about
herself that seem unbelievable.

$8 general admission, $7 seniors/students, $5 FLIFF Members

3:00pm, 5:15pm, 7:30pm

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2. Miami-Dade Green Party - Gay & Lesbian Issues Forum & Artistic
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 1:11 pm (PDT)


Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
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Miami-Dade Green Party - Gay & Lesbian Issues Forum & Artistic Showcase
Saturday August 26, 2006
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Street: 10 N.E. 3rd Street
City State Zip: Downtown Miami 33132
Phone: 305-579-0069

Notes:
In addition to the information and networking aspects, there are opportunities for
artistic showcasing with visual arts, short independent films, spoken word and
musical presentations. Some of the confirmed performers include Inner Voice and
Deep Water Willy.

$5

http://www.wallflowergallery.com


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3. The Wallflower Gallery Events & Activities - 08-27-06
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 2:49 pm (PDT)


www.wallflowergallery.com
www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
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***SUPPORT INDEPENDENT ARTISTS***
BECOME A MEMBER AT THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY!!
THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES - 08/27/06 :

Friday, August 25 - Dancers’ Spectacle with

Venus Rising
(Modern Tribal Dance & Percussion) @ 8:00 p.m. $5
Friday, August 25 - Featured Performance with

The Tunes & Tones, Roly O.
(Melodic Rock, Acoustic Rock) @ 10:30 p.m. $5
Saturday, August 26 - Educational Fundraiser with

Miami-Dade Green Party’s Forum On Gay & Lesbian Issues with
Inner Voice, Deep Water Willy, So Brown,
Kristie Soares, Andy Baldwin & More
Panel Discussions, Information & More
(Melodic Vocals & Ambient Music, Acoustic Folk, Spoken Word,
Interactive Forums & More) @ 4:00 p.m. $5
Sunday, August 27 - CLOSED - organizational day
Check out The Wallflower Gallery’s calendar on MySpace.com -
www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
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GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
Decorative Art Display

Everglades Art Exhibition
Darlene Harris - photography
Aeric Moskowitz - photography
Gudrun Napp - watercolor painting
Danny Arenas - acrylic painting
Marguerite Gil - photography composite
Elizabeth Del Pozo & Marc Amore - acrylic painting
Robert "BeBob" Grabowski - photography
Edna Michaeli - oil painting
Fine Art Exhibitions

Karin Bradovka - Subtle Revelations - photography
Accent Piece Presentations

Dana Fowler - Southern Seems - stained glass
Gina Hubler - Peace By Piece - mosaic
Also showing are the artworks by Clutch, Anibal Fernandez, Craig Kirk, Joe Gato,
Sandra Halpern-Stein, Paul Lewin, Carlos Rodriguez, Aeric Moskowitz, Jose Vides,
David Haskin, Cristina Lasaga and Martin Fernandez.
Please check out the Current Artists on our website for some featured pieces.
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THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY INFO

The Wallflower Gallery
10 N.E. 3rd St. in Downtown Miami, FL 33132
- three blocks west from Biscayne Blvd. on N.E. 3rd St.
- on the corner of N. Miami Ave.
- greenish-yellow building with mural - purple flower on door
(P) 305-579-0069
http://www.wallflowergallery.com
http://www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
For more contact information and directions, please check out our website.
Gallery/Store hours:

Tuesday - Thursday: 11:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 2:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Performances and Scheduled Events extend business hours


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4. Change of Date for Last Censored Film at The Wolfsonian
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 2:49 pm (PDT)

Please note that the film set to take place Thursday, August 31, at 7pm and
titled Lan Feng Zheng (The Blue Kite) has been changed to Thursday, September 7,
at 7 pm.

Lan Feng Zheng (The Blue Kite) (China, Zhuangzhuang Tian, 1993, Mandarin with
English subtitles, 16mm, 138 min.)
This magnificently shot film chronicles a politically uninvolved family's struggle
to live through the grand-scale changes brought on by Chairman Mao's many social
and cultural programs including the Rectification Movement, the Great Leap
Forward, and the Cultural Revolution of 1966. The film's subtle criticism of the
effects of these movements on the common man was thoroughly rejected by the state.
This film has never been screened in China and its director was forbidden to
create another film for ten years.

Please contact me should you have further questions.


THE WOLFSONIAN-FIU
1001 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
T 305. 535.2622

http://www.wolfsonian.org



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5. Tower Theater Panel discusion and documentary: Caridad Madre Mia
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 2:50 pm (PDT)

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE'S TOWER THEATER BEGINS NEW SEASON WITH DOCUMENTARY TO HONOR
CUBAN MOTHERS
~Thursday and Friday, September 7 and 8 ~

Miami Dade College's InterAmerican Campus, as part of the Two Shores Series, will
present a documentary by Javier Echevarria entitled Caridad, Madre Mia in
celebration of the Patron Saint of Cuba, Nuestra Senora de la Caridad del Cobre
(Our Lady of Charity) on Thursday, September 7 and Friday, September 8, 2006 at
6:30 p.m., at the Tower Theater, Cinema 1, 1508 SW 8 Street, Miami, FL.

Caridad, Madre Mia is a documentary telling the story of the faith and devotion
five Cuban mothers to the Patron Saint of Cuba, and the personal anguish each of
them suffered during a 46-year long separation from their children. "Caridad,
Madre Mia" was filmed in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Miami, and New
York as a tribute to all mothers, the family, and the people of Cuba.

"Although the majority of the documentary is devoted to the Patron Saint of Cuba,
Nuestra Senora de la Caridad del Cobre, there is a brief discussion about the
Afro-Cuban version of Our Lady of Charity, Och" said Javier Echevarria, the
documentary's director and winner of the International Film Award for Best
Documentary Director.

A panel discussion exploring the myth and the fervor over the Lady of Charity and
the Afro-Cuban version of the Patron Saint of Cuba will follow the film. On
Thursday, September 7 the panelists will be Niurka Barrios, Ela Barnard, and Leida
Carriero. On Friday, September 8 the panelists will include Wilma Tunon, Norma
Torrado, Ana Rivas Logan, and Ileana Puig. The panel discussions will be in
Spanish only.

This documentary is in Spanish with English subtitles. Parking meters are free
after 6:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Tickets are $10 per person.

WHAT: "Caridad, Madre Mia" documentary and panel discussion
WHEN: Thursday, September 7 and Friday, September 8, 2006 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Tower Theater, Cinema 1; 1508 SW 8 Street, Miami, FL

Event information: Orlando Rojas, Tower Theater Program Coordinator (305) 643-8706.
http://www.mdc.edu




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6. Momentum Dance "The Exiles" Performance
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:00 pm (PDT)

NEA AWARD GAINS MOMENTUM FOR 25TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON

Momentum Dance Company begins its 25th anniversary season with a grant from the
National Endowment of the Arts to fund training and performance of Jose Limon's
1950 classic The Exiles. The twenty-minute work set to music by Schoenberg is
considered one of the great classics of American modern dance, and one of Limon's
signature works. The Exiles will have its company premiere on December 1 & 2 at
the Colony Theater in Miami Beach as part of Momentum’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary
celebration.
The $25,750 award from the NEA's American Masterworks Fund is the
first NEA grant to Momentum Dance Company. "We are all so joyful that
Momentum will be able to acquire and perform The Exiles," says
Artistic Director Delma Iles.
The Exiles is Limon's dance recreation of the biblical story of Adam
and Eve's expulsion from the Garden of Eden. In three sections, it
depicts the expulsion, the memory of paradise, and the long road ahead
into exile.
"I believe that The Exiles will have a very special resonance in the
South Florida community where so many exiles from various countries
live side by side" says Iles. "The emotions of loss and regret, as
well as hope for the future are classic themes that are essential to
the meaning of this dance work. These are the very qualities that
elevate a work of art to the status of 'classic'."
Through arrangement with the Jose Limon Foundation, Momentum will have
the rights to perform The Exiles for three years. "Momentum has had a
twenty-five year commitment to the reconstruction of classic historic
works of modern dance; and each of the works we have performed has
made us grow in terms of both technique and artistic quality. The
dancers and I are very excited that we will learn and perform The
Exiles both in South Florida and on tour as part of our Twenty-Fifth
Anniversary season," says Iles. Momentum has previously presented
works by modern dance pioneers Eleanor King, Isadora Duncan, and Anna
Sokolow. More recently the company has experienced great success with
Water Study and Night Spell, two Doris Humphrey classics.
Jose Limon, one of the most important figures in American dance
history, studied with Doris Humphrey and Charles Weidman and danced
with their company 1930-1940. He toured with May O'Donnell's company
and appeared in recitals with B. Sekler and Nanette Charisse. He
founded the Jose Limon American Dance Company in 1947 and it was
immediately recognized as one of the most outstanding modern dance
troupes. Doris Humphrey was the Artistic Director and Ruth Currier,
Pauline Koner, Betty Jones and Lucas Hoving were the leading dancers.
His most important works include The Moor's Pavane, La Malinche, The
Exiles, The Traitor, There is a Time, Emperor Jones, Missa Brevis, and
Odysseus. He taught at the Julliard School and various colleges and
contributed to the book The Modern Dance. His company continues to
perform from its New York City base.
"Historic programming is desperately needed in the field of modern
dance," explains Iles. "The worlds of ballet, Spanish dance, African
dance and several other traditional dance forms have done an
exceptional job of not only preserving their history, but also of
regularly performing important historic and classic works. Who has not
heard of Swan Lake and The Nutcracker as well as a host of other
ballets? Modern dance, with its emphasis on creativity and new work
has not done as good a job showing its historic work to both students
and audiences. Many modern dance students have never seen any of the
older works that formed the basis for the very techniques they are
studying. Due to this omission, audiences also have no context or
point of reference from which to view and evaluate modern dance. And
yet the innovators of our art form such as Isadora Duncan, Martha
Graham, Doris Humphrey, Jose Limon and Anna Sokolow, to name only a
few, changed American dance
forever, affecting the worlds of ballet, Broadway, film, and jazz. Audiences need a
chance to get to know these seminal works that contributed to redefining the art
form. This will add to their overall enjoyment and appreciation of modern dance as
well as provide a framework from which to understand even the most cutting-edge
contemporary works."
Veteran Limon dancer and teacher Jennifer Scanlon has been working
with Momentum dancers in reconstructing the work. She will return in
November to put the finishing touches on the dance just prior to their
South Florida premiere at Momentum's Twenty-Fifth Anniversary concerts
on December 1 & 2 at 8:00 PM at the Colony Theater, 1040 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Tickets are $15-$50. Theater phone: 305-674-1040. For
tickets and information call 305-858-7002. Online ticketing at
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7. Open House & hiddenvalleyranch at Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:01 pm (PDT)

Open House & hiddenvalleyranch
at Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
September 9 – October 28, 2006
Opening reception: Saturday, September 9th, 7:30 – 9pm

Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts is pleased to announce José Bechara’s second solo
exhibition titled Open House, a series of new work developed around his ongoing
sculptural project “The House” or “A Casa”. Open House will highlight a series of
photographs and an installation shown for the first time in the United States.
Using various media, this site specific show explores new directions for Bechara’s
conceptual oeuvre and his long term research.

“The House” project originated in 2002 and continues to explore the concept of
shelter and, from the familiar notion of housing, strives to establish physical,
metaphysical and visual relations about habitat, creating poetic associations that
encompass both its internal and external space. The furniture of the structure is
arranged together and projected through the windows and doorways, thrown up
against each other like a great weighty burden, inflicting change on the house's
design, form and original function. “The House” reworks the elements of housing
by reconstructing them and creating formal tension. One naturally recognizes that
the familiar objects that populate one's home - mattresses, tables and stools -
are mundane, and reductively, geometrically shaped forms. From another
perspective, the project presents an inversion or a detour in the perceptual
memory of the notion of housing, as it regurgitates objects that suggest human
presence.

“The House,” or artworks associated with the project, has been exhibited in Paraná
Contemporary Art Museum, Paraná; Rio de Janeiro’s Paço Imperial; Museum of Modern
Art of Rio de Janeiro; Tomie Ohtake Institute,São Paulo; Vale do Rio Doce Museum
at Vitória; the 29th edition of the Panorama of Brazilian Art, at the Museum of
Modern Art of São Paulo; A Chocolataria D'5, Espazo de Experimentación e
Creación Contemporânea de Santiago de Compostela; and CAM- Andrade Muricy Cultural
Center in Curitiba, Brazil.

The project will travel in the United States to the Arizona State University Art
Museum in Tempe, Arizona. As part of a series of residencies and projects that
the ASU Art Museum is sponsoring, the House Project will re-define a small
traditional, territorial home transforming it into a work of sculpture which will
be documented in a publication. The project’s history is available in a book
called “The House” published in Brazil by Francisco Alves Editora, 2006.

ABOUT THE ARTIST
José Bechara was born in 1957 in Rio de Janeiro and is currently based there. He
studied at Parque Lage School of Visual Arts of Rio de Janeiro. Bechara initiated
his career in the beginning of the 90’s and since has shown internationally in
both public and private spaces. In addition to exhibiting at Diana Lowenstien
Fine Arts, he has been featured at the 25th Biennial of São Paulo; ASU Art
Museum,Phoenix; Culturgest(Lisbon) Collection, MEIAC Badajós, Spain; MAC-PR;
MAM-RJ; MAM-BA; MAC Pusan,Korea; the 5th Biennial of Mercosul, Porto Alegre; Tomie
Ohtake Institute, São Paulo; the 29th Panorama da Arte Brasileira, MAM SP; Lurixs
Arte Contemporânea Rio de Janeiro; Galeria Marília Razuk, São Paulo; Galeria
Carlos Carvalho, Lisbon; A Chocolataría- D'5, Espazo de Experimentación e Creación
Contemporánea de Santiago de Compostela; Haus der Kilturen der Welt, Berlin;
Ludwing Forum Fur Intl Kunst, Aachen; and the Kunst Museum - Haeiden Hein, Octagon
Project at Pinacoteca do
Estado de São Paulo, among others.

Also on view, hiddenvalleyranch curated by José Carlos Diaz in the Project Room.
hiddenvalleyranch is a group exhibition of young North American artists exploring
themes inspired by the vintage children book series The Box Car Children
Mysteries. The first book told the story of four orphans whose parents died.
They were to live with their grandfather but settled in an abandoned boxcar while
uncovering and solving mysteries. hiddenvalleyranch's artworks visually portray
reminiscences of youth, nature, humor, nostalgia, mystery and adventure. The show
includes painting, prints, photography, sculpture and video by Karen Azoulay,
Shawna Ferreira, Laura Kina, Federico Nessi, Tulio Romano, Erika Somogyi and Shane
Aslan Selzer.

Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
2043 N Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
http://www.dlfinearts.com




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8. BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX PRESENTS “GET TO KNOW US” EXHIBIT
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:05 pm (PDT)

BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX PRESENTS "GET TO KNOW US" EXHIBIT

OF WORKS BY MEMBER ARTISTS

MIAMI – The Bakehouse Art Complex will showcase its entire
roster of tenant and associate artists in an exhibition
entitled "Get To Know Us," opening on Saturday evening, September 9,
2006.

The exhibition, featuring a diverse array of artwork in a
variety of media, will begin with a reception from 7:00 p.m. to
10:00 p.m., in conjunction with Wynwood Second Saturday, and
continue through Saturday, October 14, 2006. The Bakehouse is open
to the public free of charge from noon to 5:00 p.m. daily.

"A visit to the Bakehouse is an exciting `happening' offering
a wide

variety of visual treats from the exciting artwork to the amazing
reconfigured 1920's facility itself", said BAC Executive Director
Doris Meltzer.

The Bakehouse Art Complex is located at 561 NW 32 Street in
the Wynwood Art District. For more information, call 305-576-2828 or
visit http://www.bakehouseartcomplex.org.

The Bakehouse Art Complex is a visual arts not-for-profit
organization dedicated to creating an environment for artistic
search, exploration and _expression, and additionally, to providing
a source of enrichment for Wynwood and the surrounding communities.
Its tenants and associate artists number nearly 100 of South
Florida's outstanding emerging and established artists.









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9. MIAMI ART CENTRAL Artist Talk with Allan deSouza, 8/24/2006, 8:00 pm
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MIAMI ART CENTRAL Artist Talk with Allan deSouza
Thursday August 24, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: MIAMI ART CENTRAL
Street: 5960 SW 57 Avenue
City State Zip: Miami, FL 33143
Phone: 305.455.3333

Notes:
Allan deSouza was born of Indian parents in Kenya and was educated in the UK. In
1993, he moved to the US to participate in the Whitney Independent Study Program. A
photo-conceptual artist, deSouzas works have been featured in numerous museum
exhibitions in the US, Europe and Asia.

$5; Seniors and Students with a valid I.D.: $3

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10. EXTRAORDINARY WORLDS at Artformz Alternative
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:24 pm (PDT)

EXTRAORDINARY WORLDS
Artformz Alternative is pleased to present Extraordinary Worlds, an exhibition
featuring the extraordinary work of acclaimed local names along with some of the
most exciting discoveries working today. The exhibition includes eleven artists, all
of whom are involved in portraying what could be described as their own very
personal world. Fantasy and reality, fears and emotions, the political and the
social, are presented, highlighting the diversity of thought and execution, as well
as a great affinity for portraying the passion of life.
WHEN: 2ND SATURDAYS
ART & DESIGN NIGHT
OPENING RECEPTIONS
Free & open to the public

Saturday, SEPTEMBER 9, 2006, 6-10pm

Saturday, OCTOBER 14, 2006 - 6-10pm

SHOW DATES: September 9 - November 7, 2006

WHERE: artformz alternative
Atlas Plaza / Miami Design District
130 NE 40th Street
Miami, FL 33137

WHO: Jeff Breed
Fabian De La Flor
Natasha Duwin
Onofre Frias
Danny Mansmith
Katy McQuillin
Rebecca Newell
Maria Caridad Perez
Carolina Sardi
Alette Simmons-Jimenez
Oscar Manuel Vargas


Jeff Breed a recent addition to South Florida, was born in NYC and grew up on the
floor of his father's metal working shop in suburban New Jersey. Working there with
the available materials and products, he developed a proclivity for fabricating
three-dimensional structures. He received a BFA in painting from the prestigious Art
Department at Syracuse University. The artist spent a summer abroad in Florence
studying Renaissance Masters and the interplay between painting and sculpture. At
the conclusion of his studies, Breed moved to Vermont where he received several
commissions and then later in 1992 returned to NY. Breed's work incorporates diverse
media and influences. His materials include: metals, lights, sounds, acrylics, oils,
spray paint, found objects, junk, and motion. He has exhibited in the Lucky Strike
European Art Tour 2003, Southern Vermont Arts Center, The Outdoor Sculpture Gardens
in Lawrence, Kansas, The Dumbo Arts Project in Brooklyn, NY and for the Rush
Philanthropic Arts Foundation in East Hampton, NY. He is also a guest lecturer at
institutions including Syracuse University and The San Francisco Art Institute.

Fabian De La Flor was born in Lima, Peru. He currently lives and works in Miami,
Florida. De La Flor attended Miami-Dade College and began studies in graphic design
then obtained a BFA from Miami International University of Art and Design in 2004.
While attending Miami-Dade College the artist was hired by Knight Ridder as a
Graphic Designer. where he has been working for the past six years. Throughout this
time period the artist has created a rich personal portfolio of emotionally charged
drawings/paintings. A visible influence can be seen from the work of the great
Austrian expressionist painter, Egon Schiele. Similar to Schiele, De La Flor's
ideas, feelings, trends and styles are documented through his figures. The artist
states that in their line quality one sees a timeline, as if seeing a chronological
photo of the artists own life.

Natasha Duwin was born in Argentina and studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas
Artes, Buenos Aires. and later relocated to Miami, Florida. She received a BFA
degree from Barry University and is currently in the Masters Fine Art program at
FIU. She has exhibited extensively in South Florida at Dorsch Gallery, the Art
Center, Off the Map, Omni-Art, as well as the Havana Biennial, and the Museo
Sarmiento, Buenos Aires. She is the recipient of numerous awards including a Women
in the Visual Arts Scholarship Award, a National Society of Collegiate Scholars
award, and a Best in Show from Promax Latin America, Miami. The artist states: "I am
particularly interested in the construction of a female identity, and in the
interactions between the historical baggage that continues to be handed down to
girls everywhere, the impact of the social, cultural and economic revolutions of the
twentieth century, and women's own stories and journeys."

Onofre Frias joining the group from South America, was born in Venezuela. An
internationally renown artist, his work has been shown in numerous solo shows as
well as group shows in France, Venezuela, New York, Miami, Italy, Malta, and
Germany. He is the recipient of many prestigious 1st Place awards from museums and
biennials around the globe and his work is represented in the Latin American Art
Museum, of the OEA, Washington D.C., Sala Mendoza, Caracas, the Museo de Bellas
Artes, Caracas, the Museum of Modern Art, Bogota, Colombia , Le Frac for France,
Martinique, the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas Sofia Imber. In the artist's
words he uses "elements from human ritualism, beliefs and superstitions: crossing
fingers for good luck, the music of a region or the body language recognized in a
crowd. Those are mystical associations that allow us to dream and imagine.."

Danny Mansmith "The idea of collage for me is sewing together paper, like junk
mail, old newspapers and receipts, and other everyday items with fabric to make a
number of pieces such as dolls; household objects, like cups and tea pots; to
abstract shapes and garments that are not meant to be worn." The young artist is a
self taught fiber and mixed media artist working in Chicago, Illinois. His highly
original work reflects an affinity for experimentation, and his approach to the
medium of soft sculpture brings a fresh take on collage and clothing design. More
complex are ideas that surface addressing issues of form & function - society &
identity. Chicago Magazine included Mansmith’s work in their latest edition of the
Best of Chicago. His work has been exhibited widely in Chicago, as well as in
galleries in Portland, Maine, and Miami, Florida.

Katy McQuillin produces rich work that references architecture, fashion, and the
culinary arts, incorporating the notion of a crosspollination of art forms. The
concept of layering is often applied, both as a physical layering of materials and a
conceptual layering of meaning. McQuillin received her degree in Fine Arts and Art
History from George Washington University in Washington, DC, and is currently in the
Masters in Architecture program at the University of Miami. While living in
Washington, DC, she received two prestigious awards for her art work and her work
has continued to win critical acclaim in exhibits in North Carolina, Florida and the
DC area.

Rebecca Newell a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design now residing in Portland,
Oregon, is collected by prestigious institutions throughout the world. Her richly
colored work made on sensuously textured, handmade and other papers, have been
inspired from a recent journey to New Zealand. Symbols from the Maori beliefs adorn
much of Newell’s work and the artist adds “Amphora or vessels of some sort have
informed my work - paintings, glass and sculpture - since I my early years at the
Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is highly collected and is held in
important public collections including Bank of America Corporation, Kaiser
Permanente, California Culinary Academy, Marina Casino Hotel, Atlantic City,
California Farm Bureau, Mayflower Hotel Washington, DC, Chemical Bank, Sanwa Bank,
Sheraton Hotels and Wells Fargo Bank. Newell has exhibited in California, Rhode
Island and Florida.

Maria Caridad Perez was born in Cuba, and now lives and works in Miami, Florida.
She received a BFA from Montclair State College, New Jersey, and later a Masters
Degree in Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Perez has exhibited in
high profile, noteworthy shows at Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia; Art Miami
and Art Basel at the Botanical, both at Miami Beach, Florida. The artist does not
use conventional photographic equipment such as a
camera and has opted for scanning equipment, the actual process and technical
limitations of this work become its central theme. The artist states: “I see my
work as an unblinking witness to what is around us, unadorned and faithful to its
subject.” The resultant image is a paradox, reflecting a liberating and unadorned
immediacy yet retaining the nuance of an object trapped.

Carolina Sardi is an Argentinean sculptor established in Miami since 1995. She
holds a Masters degree in Sculpture from the National University of La Plata in
Argentina. The artist has exhibited widely throughout the United States and her
work is found in many collections including the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, and
the Art Museum of the Americas, at the OAS in Washington, DC. Her work has been
exhibited at the international art fairs of Art Miami, Miami Beach; Merrill Lynch
Arteamericas, Miami; Palm Beach Contemporary; Art Santa Fe and the Affordable Art
Fair, New York. Sardi has completed various private and public commissions.
Sardi’s sculptures convey maximum information through minimal use of form. The
artist states: “My art is my way to express my world vision. The concept is as
important as the image and the space as important as the shapes.”

Alette Simmons-Jimenez was born in Wisconsin, and raised between the US and Italy,
Germany, and Portugal. Her extremely eclectic background was later further enriched
by sharing roots and experiences for 18 years in the Caribbean. These influences
are mirrored in her work in video, sculpture and painting conveying themes of the
continuous, consistent flow of life. She received a BFA from Newcomb College of
Tulane University. She won top awards for her work in Video at the National
Biennial in Santo Domingo and on returning to the US, to Miami, she was granted a
State Fellowship in Painting, as well as numerous other awards. Her work has been
shown internationally in museums from California to Alabama and Paris, France; in
galleries from Michigan and New York to Miami, public parks and prestigious
festivals in Puerto Rico, Atlanta and St Louis. She is an invited member of the US
State Department’s Art in Embassies Program.

Oscar Manuel Vargas was born in Bogotá, Columbia and attended the Javeriana
University in Architecture as well as the David Mansur and Augusto Ardila Schools of
Art. Vargas has exhibited extensively in museums such as the Museum of Art, Ft.
Lauderdale, The Gulf Coast Museum of Art, the Cornell Museum of Delray Beach, the
Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Norton Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art in
Bogotá, and the World Trade center in New Orleans. The artist has exhibited in
prestigious private galleries such as the Freites-Revilla Gallery, Caesarea Gallery,
Gallery Camino Real, and the Americas Collection. Vargas paints realism with a
surrealistic influence. His paintings examine the relationship between the sexes
relative to time and space. In the artist’s words: “Where are we from? Who are we?
Where are we going? ...Each drawing and painting is a page of an explorers log
book.”

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11. Celebrate Public Artists! Two Lectures in One Day
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:29 pm (PDT)


Celebrate Public Artists! Two Lectures in One Day
Meet the Artist Richard Heipp at 1:00 pm, and at a
Speakers Forum at 7:00 pm, Tuesday September 12, 2006


Broward County Commission’s Cultural Division invites members of the community to
a Meet the Artist session at 1:00 pm on September 12, at the North Lauderdale
Saraniero Library, 6901 Kimberly Blvd., North Lauderdale, FL 33068.

Public Artist Richard Heipp will review the process behind his site-specific
public artworks, highlighting “A-Z, Fables, Facts and Myths” installed in windows
of the North Lauderdale Saraniero Branch Library. This project mirrors the
library’s layout using visual metaphors to help patrons identify the different
reference sections within the library. The artwork’s design represents the themes
myth, fable, astronomy and flight that can be found in libraries.



Additionally, Broward County Commission’s Cultural Division continues its Speakers
Forum Series in celebration of 30 years of Broward County’s Public Art and Design
Program during 2006, with invaluable advice and experience from two of Broward
County’s Public Artists—Richard Heipp and Lajos Heder. (Bios and headshots
available separately) This Speakers Forum: Celebrate Public Artists, will be held
on September 12, 2006 at 7:00 pm, at the Emma Lou Civic Center/Pompano Beach Civic
Center, 1801 NE 6th Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33060.

Heipp’s discussion, Securing Public Art Commissions, will include some of the more
critical concerns of today’s aspiring public artists, such as identifying the
public art audience; fulfilling the Call to Artist; and resources to find
opportunities and commissions; preparing professional presentations, creating
digital maquettes, and understanding the public process with public art
commissioning. Lajos Heder will address his recent artwork at Miramar Regional
Park. The installation, Terra Fugit—a commission in partnership with Mags Harries,
is a multi-faceted earthwork sculpture, utilizing massive coral rock boulders and
limestone, harvested from park site excavation to create a special place for
passive recreation and quiet contemplation of the natural environment and the
passage of time as revealed in these fossil-laden boulders.

There is no charge for these lectures. To RSVP for either of these events, go to
http://www.broward.org/arts and click on ‘workshops.’ For more information contact
James Shermer, grants administrator at 954-357-7502



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12. New Theatre Shakespeare festival...ONLY 5 PERFORMANCES LEFT!
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:30 pm (PDT)

ONLY 5 PERFORMANCES LEFT!
Shakespeare Festival!
THE WINTER'S TALE
Thursday, 8/24 8 pm
Saturday, 8/26 8 pm
Sunday, 8/27 1 pm

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Friday, 8/25 8pm
Sunday, 8/27 7 pm

"Everything is the same only different at the New Theatre in Coral
Gables, where the line between two eras is an artistic smudge. That
bodes well for continuity under Ricky J. Martinez and Eileen Suarez,
the hand-picked successors of founder Rafael de Acha.

The latest pair of revivals further the Project's tradition (now
called a festival). At least as importantly, the season premieres
indicate the company remains sound after months of uncertainty."
- Jack Zink, Sun Sentinel - August 9, 2006

"The pairing of Much Ado, one of Shakespeare's very popular
comedies, and Winter's Tale, a later 'problem' play, makes sense.
Both feature men quick to believe the worst about the women they
purportedly love; both involve those women fainting, then apparently
dying; both have Shakespeare's usual complement of lovers, villains
and clowns."
- Christine Dolen, Miami Herald - August 10, 2006

4120 Laguna Street, Coral Gables, Florida 33146
305-443-5909 (Box Office)

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13. A Musical Journey with SoBe Music Studio Ensemble
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:34 pm (PDT)

Sunday, August 27, 3:00PM
Concert -
A Musical Journey with SoBe Music Studio Ensemble

Please join us for an afternoon concert of music from Europe and
North and South America which will take audience members on a
musical journey through both time and culture.

SoBe Music Studio (Miami's Institute for the Arts) was founded in
2005 by distinguished composer and professor Carson Kievman. Dr.
Kievman received his PhD at Princeton University, his MFA at the
California Institute of the Arts, is the Composer-in- Residence for
the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tanglewood Music festival,
the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Donaueschingen Festival, the
National theater Mannheim and the Pennsylvania Ballet. Dr. Kievman
has received several honors and awards from the National Endowment
for the Arts and The Florida Department of State, among others.
SoBe Music's accomplished performers that will be featured are:
Karrie Griffiths, Flute
Paul Martin, Guitar
Mia Vassilev, Piano
Jeffrey Miller, Trumpet
Dakota Kievman, Violin
Colleen Amaya, Soprano


Members and children 12 years old and under: free. Non-members free
with museum admission

Bass Museum of Art
2121 Park Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
http://www.bassmuseum.org

For further information please e-mail info@bassmuseum.org or call
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14. GEOMETRIC PANEL SET FOR SEPT. 16 AT ART AND CULTURE CENTER
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:44 pm (PDT)



Geometric Panel Set for Sept. 16
at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
A discussion about Geometric art takes place on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 3 to 5
p.m. at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St. During this
event, which is associated with the Center's "GEOMETRIC, why not?" exhibition, art
curators, collectors, experts and artists will discuss issues involving the
"geometrization" of figurative art, the concept of pure geometric abstraction,
geometric art as an investment in reference to art markets and auctions, and
collecting geometric art. Panelists include Abstract Expressionist Patricia Van
Dalen; Geometric artist Eugenio Espinoza; and Jorge Gutierrez, director of the Art
Gallery System District Office, Miami-Dade College.
All non-members will be charged $5, while members are free.
More than 20 legendary and emerging geometric artists who are included in relevant
collections of cultural institutions and galleries around the world are
participating in the “GEOMETRIC, why not?” exhibition, which opens Friday, Sept.
15 and will be on display through Sunday, Nov. 5. These artists use a pure
geometric language to develop their art. Featuring paintings and sculptures, this
exhibition examines the ideological and technical achievements of the artists.
Featured artists include celebrated masters Raúl Lozza, who is a founder-member of
the ASOCIACIÓN ARTE CONCRETO-INVENCIÓN in Argentina; Uruguayan artist Carmelo
Arden Quin, founder of the MADI movement; Geometric Cuban master Carmen Herrera;
Venezuelan master Mateo Manaure; Colombian maestro Carlos Rojas; noted Argentine
sculptor Enio Iommi; and legend Louise Nevelson. Emerging and established artists
in the show include Eugenio Espinoza, William Barboza and Patricia Van Dalen from
Venezuela; Cuban artist Waldo Díaz-Balart; and Silvana Lacarra from Argentina,
among others.
Exhibition hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10
a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. The admission cost is $5 for
adults; $3 for students, seniors and children ages 4 to 13; and free
to Center members as well as children age 3 or younger with an adult.
Group discounts and free parking are available.
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a vibrant, regionally
distinct, contemporary visual and performing arts organization
offering visual art exhibitions, theatre, music and dance
performances. Educational programming includes adult and children's
arts classes, after-school programs, camps and other art curriculum.
The Center is committed to creating opportunities for all people to
experience the visual and performing arts. More information is
available at http://www.artandculturecenter.org.



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15. Deering Estate’s “Fall in Love” Concert, November 11
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:48 pm (PDT)

Music Greats Jeffrey Osborne and Nestor Torres to Perform at the
Deering Estate's "Fall in Love" Concert, November 11

This fall, fall in love all over again at the Deering Estate's "Fall
in Love" concert featuring R&B entertainer Jeffrey Osborne, Jazz
flutist and Latin Grammy Award winner Nestor Torres, and Latin
Grammy nominee and local artist Negroni's Trio for a night of music,
presented by Clear Channel Communications and Love 94FM, The Deering
Estate Foundation and Miami-Dade Parks.

The concert will be held on the beautiful, historic grounds of the
Deering Estate, November 11. Gates open at 5 p.m. and concert
begins at 7 p.m. Concert-goers can bring blankets or lawn chairs.
Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. There will be
reserved club seating available for $65, which includes
complimentary wine, non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks.
Tickets go on sale October 1 through Ticketmaster and at the Deering
Estate.

Jeffrey Osborne first became known as a member of Love, Togetherness
and Devotion, or L.T.D. as the group is penned, and later pursued a
successful solo career that remains to this day. With hits spanning
three decades, Jeffrey Osborne is best known for popular songs such
as On The Wings Of Love, Stay With Me Tonight, You Should Be Mine
(The Woo Woo Song) and other top-charting singles and albums.

Jazz flutist and Latin Grammy Award winner Nestor Torres has been
captivating audiences with his distinctive mix of Latin, jazz and
pop for more than two decades. Torres has recorded many successful
albums including Morning Ride, Dance of the Phoenix, Burning
Whispers, Talk to Me and This Side of Paradise, which garnered him a
Latin Grammy Award. His latest album, Dances, Prayers & Meditations
for Peace was released April of this year.

Negroni's Trio, led by renowned Puerto Rican pianist, musical
director and producer Jose Negroni, formed in 2002 as a Latin
Pop/Jazz ensemble and also features Nomar Negroni as drummer and
Rafael Valencia as bassist. Their first album Naturaleza (Nature)
is gaining popularity among fans. A favorite in South Florida,
Negroni's Trio performs at many local events.

Food will be available for purchase at the event. No picnic baskets
or coolers will be permitted on the premises. The Deering Estate
is located at 16701 SW 72 Avenue.

Miami-Dade Parks creates outstanding recreational, natural and
cultural experiences to enrich and enhance our community for this
and future generations.

http://www.deeringestate.com/
305-235-1668 ext. 225








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16. Museum of Contemporary Art "Optic Nerve", 8/26/2006, 7:00 pm
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:57 pm (PDT)


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Museum of Contemporary Art "Optic Nerve"
Saturday August 26, 2006
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: MOCA at Goldman Warehouse
Street: 404 NW 26th Street
City State Zip: Miami, FL
Phone: 305.893.6211

Notes:
Optic Nerve is MOCAs very popular annual festival featuring short films and videos
by some of the freshest and innovative artists in South Florida selected from an
open call for submissions.

7 pm First Screening
8 pm Artist Roundtable with Starbucks
9 pm Second Screening

$5 adults, $3 seniors and students with ID

http://www.mocanomi.org


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17. Culture in the City presents Bioethics - and our oceans, 8/30/2006,
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 4:01 pm (PDT)


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Culture in the City presents Bioethics - and our oceans
Wednesday August 30, 2006
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Wednesday September 27, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: Coconut Grove Womens Club
Street: 2985 S. Bayshore Drive
City State Zip: Coconut Grove, FL
Phone: 305 648 0899

Notes:
Dr. Kenneth Goodman, Univ. of Miami will raise the question: To eat or not to eat .
. . fish. With global reliance on the sea as a source of nutrition, polluted seafood
looms as one of civilization's greatest challenges.

Complimentary wine and cheese at 7:00 PM

$10

http://www.cultureinthecity.org


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18. 2006 Eisenhart Concert Series: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, 8/24/2006,
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 4:43 pm (PDT)


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2006 Eisenhart Concert Series: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Thursday August 24, 2006
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: St. Thomas Episcopal Parish
Street: 5690 North Kendall Drive
City State Zip: Coral Gables, Florida
Phone: (305) 661 3436

Notes:
Internationally acclaimed organist, David Briggs, improvises the classic 1925 film
staring Lon Chaney.

$25 for adults and $15 for seniors and full-time students


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19. Actors´ Playhouse "Mystery of Irma Vep" Wed-Sun, 8/30/2006,
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 4:59 pm (PDT)


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Actors Playhouse "Mystery of Irma Vep" Wed-Sun
Wednesday August 30, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Sunday September 3, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: Actors Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre
Street: 280 Miracle Mile
City State Zip: Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Phone: 305-444-9293

Notes:
Lady Enid, the new bride of noted Egyptologist Lord Edgar struggles to adjust to
life in Mandacrest Mansion due to the creepy servants, a mysterious stranger
prowling the moors surrounding her home, and the peculiar portrait of Edgars
previous wife, Irma Vep, who watches Enids every move.

Wed - Sat 8 p.m; Sun 2 p.m.

$37.50 - $45

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20. CALDWELL THEATRE "The Decline and Fall of the Entire World..."
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Date: Thu Aug 24, 2006 5:08 pm (PDT)


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CALDWELL THEATRE "The Decline and Fall of the Entire World..." Wed-Sun
Wednesday August 30, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Sunday September 17, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: CALDWELL THEATRE
Street: 7873 North Federal Highway
City State Zip: Boca Raton, FL 33487-1640
Phone: 561-241-7432

Notes:
The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter

A snazzy, sophisticated revue of known and unknown Cole Porter showstoppers.

$32.50 - $100.00

Wed - Sat at 8PM. At 2PM on Sat & Sun.

http://www.caldwelltheatre.com


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21. Ebeyana Theatre "LIONS' DEN", 8/26/2006, 8:00 pm
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Ebeyana Theatre "LIONS' DEN"
Saturday August 26, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
Street: 172 E. Flagler Street
City State Zip: Miami, Florida 33131
Phone: 305-358-5885

Notes:
You will laugh and dance when a counselor decides to change the attitudes in a
community by offering free counseling sessions, to unthinkable customers, at the
Lions Den.

$20 - $30

http://www.jebapresents.com


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22. THEY improv at the Hollywood Playhouse in Midnight Madness, 8/26/200
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THEY improv at the Hollywood Playhouse in Midnight Madness
Saturday August 26, 2006
11:45 pm - 1:45 am
(This event repeats every week.)
Location: Hollywood Playhouse
Street: 2640 Washington Street
City State Zip: Hollywood, FL 33020-5711
Phone: (954) 889-7540

Notes:
The show will feature THEY improv, STD's and other area improvisers in 90 minutes of
non-stop no-holds-barred comedy. Tickets are $5 plus the roll of a six-sided die
(for a total of $6-$11 per person).

http://www.THEYimprov.com


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