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 Post subject: [MiamiArts] Digest Number 1315
PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:52 pm 
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Square Peg Productions - Three Angels Dancing on a Needle - Thur-Sat
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2nd Saturdays FREE at MAM, 10/14/2006, 1:00 pm
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MIAMI DADE COLLEGE'S KENDALL CAMPUS - UNCOMMON WOMEN AND OTHERS,
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4.

Ft Lauderdale Intl Film Fest - The Woman With The Hungry Eyes - FREE
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5.

Festival Miami - MOTHERS, FATHERS, SISTERS, AND BROTHERS, 10/15/2006
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6.

Broadway's Best Musical Hits From Forgotten Shows, 10/15/2006, 4:00
From:
MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com


7.

Watercolor Artist Reception at Miami Beach Botanical Garden - FREE,
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MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com


8.

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida - Petrouchka
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William


9.

Memories of  Cuba - Tower  Oct 29
From:
William


10.

Tower-Paye Concert
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William


11.

Music at Saint Paul's presents CHAMBER MUSIC: PALM BEACH WOODWIND
From:
William


12.

Aquarian Age presents ~Art Energy~
From:
William


13.

Square Peg Production premiere presentation
From:
William


14.

Wednesday October 18  - Free Tigertail Kickoff Party and Panel!
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William


15.

Music & Art Uniting the World - FREE, 10/15/2006, 6:00 pm
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16.

ArtCenter/South Florida Presents POST NO BILLS
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17.

Harvest of the Arts - Arts at St. Johns season showcase
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18.

david serrano – surrealist art exhibition
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19.

Exhibition opens in Wynwood Art District
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William


20.

SUNDAY AFTERNOONS OF MUSIC FOR CHILDREN
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21.

AÏDA opens in just 2 weeks!
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22.

CITY BENEATH THE SEA TO PREMIERE AT MOCA
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23.

NO DOGS ALLOWED, the Musical!
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24.

New Theatre - Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue - Thu-Sun, 10/19/2006, 7:00
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"WALK ESPAÑOLA WAY" , 10/19/2006, 7:00 pm
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Square Peg Productions - Three Angels Dancing on a Needle - Thur-Sat

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 9:05 am (PST)




Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
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Square Peg Productions - Three Angels Dancing on a Needle - Thur-Sat
Thursday October 19, 2006
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Sunday October 22, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 3 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes.)
Location: Deluxe Arts Gallery
Street: 2051 NW 2nd Avenue
City State Zip: Miami, Florida
Phone: (786) 214-6040

Notes:
A controversial comedy, dealing with sex, angst, and the rodent from Orlando, by
exiled Iranian playwright, Assurbanipal Babilla.

$10

Thur-Sat

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2nd Saturdays FREE at MAM, 10/14/2006, 1:00 pm

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2nd Saturdays FREE at MAM
Saturday October 14, 2006
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
(This event repeats on the second Saturday of every month.)
Location: Miami Art Museum
Street: 101 W. Flagler Street
City State Zip: Miami, FL 33130
Phone: 305.375.3000

Notes:
Second Saturdays are Free for Families!

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MIAMI DADE COLLEGE'S KENDALL CAMPUS - UNCOMMON WOMEN AND OTHERS,

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 11:00 am (PST)




Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MiamiArts/cal

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE'S KENDALL CAMPUS - UNCOMMON WOMEN AND OTHERS
Sunday October 15, 2006
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: Martin & Pat Fine Center for the Arts
Street: 11011 SW 104 Street, Studio Theater, M113
City State Zip: Miami, Florida
Phone: 305-237-2641

Notes:
Group of women meet seven years after graduation and reflect on their college days
and spin out their yearnings about men and their future.

Call for price.

http://www.mdc.edu

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Ft Lauderdale Intl Film Fest - The Woman With The Hungry Eyes - FREE

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Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
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Ft Lauderdale Intl Film Fest - The Woman With The Hungry Eyes - FREE
Thursday October 19, 2006
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
(This event repeats every other week, until Thursday November 2, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 4 minutes.)
Location: Cinema Paradiso
Street: 503 SE 6 Street
City State Zip: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Phone: 954-525-3456 ext 106

Notes:
FREE SENIOR MATINEE

true story of Theda Bara, born Theodosia Goodman. From her Jewish childhood in
Cincinnati through her film life as a sex goddess, and finally to her relatively
contented retirement in Hollywood, Theda lived her life with style and humor.

http://www.FLIFF.com

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Festival Miami - MOTHERS, FATHERS, SISTERS, AND BROTHERS, 10/15/2006

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Festival Miami - MOTHERS, FATHERS, SISTERS, AND BROTHERS
Sunday October 15, 2006
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: Maurice Gusman Concert Hall
Street: 1314 Miller Drive (University of Miami campus)
City State Zip: Coral Gables, Florida
Phone: 305-284-4940

Notes:
Florida premiere of The Holocaust Cantata: Songs from the Camps, a compelling and
deeply moving multimedia presentation of the music of Nazi concentration camp
prisoners Petr Eben, Pavel Haas, and Gideon Klein, with arrangements by Donald
McCullough.

$10 - $20

http://www.festivalmiami.com

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Broadway's Best Musical Hits From Forgotten Shows, 10/15/2006, 4:00

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Broadway's Best Musical Hits From Forgotten Shows
Sunday October 15, 2006
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: Steinway Piano Gallery
Street: 7940 N. Federal Hwy
City State Zip: Boca Raton, FL 33487
Phone: 561- 488-9952

Notes:
Burt Richards conceived, wrote, orchestrated and directed this program as an
educational theatre with history, trivia and sing along about those forgotten
Broadway Shows.

$20 in advance - $30.00 at the door

http://www.steinwaybocaraton.com

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Watercolor Artist Reception at Miami Beach Botanical Garden - FREE,

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Watercolor Artist Reception at Miami Beach Botanical Garden - FREE
Thursday October 19, 2006
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 4 minutes.)
Location: Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Street: 2000 Convention Center Drive
City State Zip: Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Phone: 305-673-7256 Ext. 206

Notes:
Art exhibit opening night reception for Cassie Winters, master of the art of
watercolor, is free and open to the public.

Exhibit on view through October 27.

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Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida - Petrouchka

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 2:32 pm (PST)



Petrouchka

Sunday, October 15th @ 6PM
Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, under the artistic direction of
Vladimir Issaev, will present their debut production, "Petrouchka".
Issaev is recreating his own version of the ballet with costume
designs from imaginative Jorge Gallardo and scenery by Russian artist
Elena Bondarenko. The Ballet is set in the middle of a Russian fair
and tells the story of three puppets: Petrouchka, the clown, who is
hopelessly in love with the Ballerina, who is enamored with the Moor.
All three puppets are commanded by the Charlatan, a sinister, bearded
puppeteer and magician, who gives the puppets human emotions. At the
Broward Center for the Performing Arts: 201 SW 5th Avenue, Fort
Lauderdale. Tickets are can be purchased by clicking on the link below
or by calling 954-462-0222.






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Memories of  Cuba - Tower  Oct 29

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 2:36 pm (PST)



MIAMI DADE COLLEGE’S INTERAMERICAN CAMPUS PRESENTS
CUBA, MEMORIES, AND METAPHORS
~ Tower Theater, Sunday, Oct. 29, 4 p.m. ~

Miami Dade College’s InterAmerican Campus (IAC) celebrates the Hispanic Heritage
Month with a short film “Cuba, Memories, and Metaphors” by Margarita Cano, which
will be featured Sunday, Oct. 29, at 4 p.m. at the Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8
Street, Cinema 2, Miami, FL.

“Cuba, Memories, and Metaphors”, a visual narrative with original music by
composer J.C. Espinosa, presents the story of the dramatic changes in Cuba from
1958 to a future undetermined date told through paintings by Margarita Cano.

“Cuba is an island frozen in time surrounded by a seawall where Cubans wait for
change,” said Cano. “That is what I intent to convey with my paintings.”

Born in Havana, Cuba, Cano graduated from Ruston Academy and the University of
Havana. She has a Doctorate degree in Biochemistry and Physics and later went back
to the University to obtain a Master’s degree in Library Science. The Cano family
arrived in Florida on Oct. 17, 1962, three days short of the Cuban missile crisis.

In 1963, she began her 30 year career at the Miami Dade Public Library initiating
and executing innovative programs which included a mayor art collection for the
Library. After retiring, she developed her own creative skills, painting portraits
of family and friends, nostalgic Cuban themes, landscapes, films and artist’s
books.

WHAT: “Cuba, Memories, and Metaphors” a visual narrative on film
WHEN: Sunday, Oct. 29, 4 p.m.
WHERE: The Tower Theater; 1508 SW 8 Street, Cinema 2, Miami, FL

Cano, Espinosa, and art critic Jesús Rosado will answer questions from the
audience at the end of the short film. This event is free and open to the public.
Parking is free on the weekend.

Event information: Orlando Rojas, Tower Theater program coordinator (305) 643-8706

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Tower-Paye Concert

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 2:43 pm (PST)



MIAMI DADE COLLEGE PRESENTS
FITO ESPINOLA AND PAYÉ IN CONCERT
~ Tower Theater, Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m. ~

Miami Dade College’s InterAmerican Campus, the Paraguayan Center in Miami and the
General Consulate of Paraguay in Miami present Fito Espinola and Payé during a
one-night only concert Saturday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at The Tower Theater,
Cinema 1, 1508 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL. The concert is free and open the public.

The group plans to perform several songs from its CDs Nostálgica (Nostalgic) and
Sin tí soy nada (I’m Nothing Without You), as well as other popular Paraguayan
songs such as Recuerdos de Ypacarai (Ypacarai Memories), Mis noches sin tí (My
Nights Without You), El pájaro chogüí (The Chogüí Bird). Payé is known for its
unique blend of flamenco-pop and dance music.

WHAT: Fito Espinola and Payé in concert.
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 21; reception at 6:30 p.m.; concert begins at 7.30 p.m.
WHERE: The Tower Theater, Cinema 1, 1508 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, FL
***The concert is free and open to the public. Parking meters are free on the
weekend.

EVENT INFORMATION: Orlando Rojas, Tower Theater Coordinator, (305) 643-8706.

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Music at Saint Paul's presents CHAMBER MUSIC: PALM BEACH WOODWIND

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:00 pm (PST)



WHO AND WHERE: Music at St. Paul’s in Delray Beach Offers
WHAT: CHAMBER MUSIC PALM BEACH WOODWIND QUINTET
WHEN: on Sunday, October 29th at 4:00 p.m.
1-561-276-4541

Chamber Music Palm Beach featuring Karen Fuller Dixon, Flute, Jennifer
Potochnic, Oboe, Michael Forte, Clarinet, Thomas Hadley, Horn and
Michael Ellert, Bassoon, will be offering a concert at St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church - 188 S. Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach on Sunday,
October 29th at 4:00 p.m. The program will include Passacaille Adolfe
Barthe, Blaserquintett B-Dur, Opus 56, No. 1, by Franz Danzi, Three
pieces for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon, by Jacque Ibert, the Antiche
Danze Ungheresi by Ferenc Farkas, Suite, Opus 57 by Charles Lefebvre
and Quintet for Winds, Opus 43 by Carl Nielsen.
Karen Dixon, flutist, has been Principal Flute of the Palm Beach Opera
Orchestra and the Palm Beach Symphony since 1989 and was a member of
the Naples Philharmonic from 1989-1999. She has also played for
Ballet Florida, Miami City Ballet, Gold Coast Opera and the Florida
Philharmonic. Ms. Dixon is a former member of the New World Symphony,
appearing as a concerto soloist and touring South America and Europe.
Both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees are from Manhattan School of
Music. She is on the Board of Directors and is founding member of the
Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival, and appears on all five Chamber
Music Palm Beach CD’s on the Klavier Music Production Label.
Michael Ellert, bassoon, studied at the Julliard School of Music in
New York City. He is Principal Bassoon of the Palm Beach Opera
Orchestra and the Southwest Florida Symphony (Fort Myers). He is a
former member of the Israel Chamber Orchestra and has performed for
the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, New York City Opera and the New Jersey
Symphony. Mr. Ellert is the Bassoon Instructor at Palm Beach Atlantic
University, Conservatory of Music at Lynn University, and is an
Artist-in-Residence at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts. He is on the
Board of Directors, is a founding member of the Palm Beach Chamber
Music Festival and appears on all five Chamber Music Palm Beach CD’s
on the Klavier Music Production Label.
Michael Forte, clarinet, is Principal Clarinet of the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra
and the Southwest Florida Symphony (Fort Myers). He is a former member of the
Maracaibo Symphony in Venezuela and is a graduate of Syracuse University. Mr.
Forte teaches at Palm Beach Atlantic University and is an Artist-in-Residence at
the Dreyfoos School of the Arts and Bak Middle School of the Arts. Mr. Forte is
on the Board of Directors, is a founding member of the Palm Beach Chamber Music
Festival and appears on all five Chamber Music Palm Beach CD’s on the Klavier
Music Production Label.
Thomas Hadley, horn, originally from the Boston area, Mr. Hadley attended Boston
University and spent two summers studying at Tanglewood. Following his graduation
from college, Mr. Hadley joined the New World Symphony in Miami, under the
direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and performed with this group for two years.
Mr. Hadley accepted a position with the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra in 1990 and
stayed for twelve seasons. After leaving the Florida Philharmonic, Mr. Hadley
lived in Baltimore where he performed with, and was the Personnel Manager for the
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Hadley appears on two of the Chamber Music Palm
Beach CD’s on the Klavier Music Production Label, and has recently returned to
Florida to become the Director of Admission at the New World Symphony.
Jennifer Potochnic, oboe, received her bachelor’s degree in oboe performance and
English from Louisiana State University. After completing her MM at the Cleveland
Institute of Music, she attended the Manhattan School of Music where she
participated in the newly created orchestral performance program. While
completing her doctoral course work at the University of Miami, she played with
the New World Symphony. Ms. Potochnic currently resides in Florida where she
maintains an active career as a freelancer, holding positions with the Palm Beach
Opera, the Southwest Florida Symphony and the Palm Beach Symphony. She has
appeared as soloist with orchestras in Palm Beach and recently made her solo debut
as a baroque artist with the Bach Society in Miami.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has sponsored Music at St. Paul’s with its monthly
concert series featuring world class musicians for 19 years. There is a
suggested donation of $10 at the door. Students are free.

For additional information please contact:
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
188 S. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444
stpauldb@aol.com, 561-276-4541
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Aquarian Age presents ~Art Energy~

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:00 pm (PST)



Aquarian Age
presents

~Art Energy~

A collection of spiritually motivated creations featuring local artisans

Christine Apter
Audrye Arbe
Patti Betts
John Frazee
Theresa Frazee
May Glass

Exhibition and Reception

Saturday, October 21, 2006
6:00 – 9:00 pm

Meet the Artists and
Join us for art, refreshments, and music in a beautiful atmosphere.

Aquarian Age
2884 N. Federal Hwy.
Boca Raton, FL 33431
561.750.9292


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Square Peg Production premiere presentation

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:02 pm (PST)



Square Peg Production premiere presentation is controversial play

by exiled Iranian artist.

Square Peg Productions in partnership with Deluxe Arts, presents

Three Angels Dancing on a Needle

a controversial comedy about sex, angst, and the rodent from Orlando
by exiled Iranian playwright, Assurbanipal Babilla.

directed by Michael Yawney
featuring Miriam Kulick, Merry Jo Pitasi, and Odell Rivas

at Deluxe Arts

2051 NW 2nd Avenue, in the Wynwood district of Miami

Suggested donation: $10 – cash only

For info and reservations call: (786) 214-6040

PLEASE NOTE 7 PERFORMANCES ONLY:

Thursday, October 12 – 8:00 pm
Friday, October 13 – 8:00 pm
Saturday, October 14 – 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 15 – 2:00 pm
Wednesday, October 18 – 8:00 pm
Thursday, October 19 – 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 22 – 2:00 pm

Square Peg Productions is a new theatre group dedicated to producing
alternative theatre that does not fit neatly into round holes. With
this production, Square Peg begins a partnership with Deluxe Arts
that will bring together the worlds of visual art and theatre.

This first production is the comedy, Three Angels Dancing on a
Needle by Assurbanipal Babilla. Three Angels Dancing on a Needle is
a comedy about pure love, pure lust, and all the impure thoughts in
between. Three characters play out absurd fantasies of sex and
revenge as they look for happiness in all the wrong places. Three
Angels, has been performed across the U.S, and in Europe. Square
Peg's Production is its southeastern premiere.

Babilla was a well-known playwright/director/painter/sculptor. After
his exhibit of erotic nude self-portraits was put on trial, banned,
and subsequently burned during Khomeni's regime, he fled his country
in 1979. His work often examines the clash of the spiritual and the
sexual parts of human nature using outrageous humor and shocking
imagery. Last year he was awarded a Hellman/Hammett grant in
recognition of his courage in the face of political persecution.
Assurbanipal Babilla is available for telephone interviews.

The evening will begin with a short curtain-raiser, Nerves, an
original movement/theatre piece, inspired by playwright, Charles
Mee, that compresses a lifetime of bad dates into fifteen minutes.
This piece was developed and created by the Square Peg company.

Both pieces will be performed by Miriam Kulick, Merry Jo Pitasi, and
Odell Rivas under the direction of Michael Yawney.

Deluxe Arts is a collaboration of exhibition space for Miami and
international artists, a rehearsal/recording studio and courtyard
for conversation and transcending the ordinary. Presenting
performance artist, visual artists, musicians, dancers, and theatre,
the studio will conspire to present things that can shock, amuse,
seduce, and just entertain.





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Wednesday October 18  - Free Tigertail Kickoff Party and Panel!

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:03 pm (PST)



Tigertail Productions
2006/2007 Season
http://www.tigertail.org • 305 324 4337

Welcome to Tigertail’s 27th season of new performance and literary arts!
¡Bienvenidos a la temporada de espectáculos y de arte literario de Tigertail!
Bem vindo à temporada de performance e literatura da Tigertail!
Bonvini nan sezon atizay cho literé Tigertail Pwodiksyon!
Don’t miss the Tigertail Season Kick-Off on
Wednesday, October 18, 2006 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Free Meet-the-artist, panel discussion and party!
Come help us launch Tigertail’s 2006/2007 season with a night of smart talk and cool
partying at Etra Fine Art gallery, 50 NE 40 Street, in Miami’s Design District. The
evening begins at 6:30 p.m. with a terrific panel discussion that includes the
season’s first performer, Mexico’s Astrid Hadad, along with a group of other great
Miami cultural leaders (see Cultural Striptease below). At 8 p.m. the party really
gets going with a meet-the-artist reception for Astrid and a celebration of
Tigertail’s upcoming season. Join us for light fare courtesy of Touch Restaurant
& Lounge, one of Lincoln Road’s best destinations, and drinks complementary of
Frida Kahlo brand tequila. No RSVP necessary, but capacity is limited.

Panel – Cultural Striptease: Sex, Humor and Latin Identity
What role can humor play in revealing and transforming our notions of gender and
sexuality? What are the responsibilities of artists in advancing public discourse on
social and political issues? Is a performer like Astrid Hadad particularly atrevida
or daring in skewering Mexican machismo in the context of Latin American culture?
How does an audience’s expectations change their interpretation of specific
performances; for example, Astrid’s shows can be read as Dada-inspired art, as campy
gay humor, or as a straight-forward cabaret-style interpretation of traditional
Mexican music? Join us for a rousing discussion with panelists Astrid Hadad herself
along with Susan Caraballo, founder of Artemis and its Surreal Saturday series, and
currently Arts Administrator at CIFO, the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation; Teo
Castellanos, actor, playwright and director, and founder of D-Projects performance
company; Danilo de la Torre, better known as his alter-ego Adora, one of Miami’s
most talented and beloved drag performers; Javier de Pison, an arts and culture
writer for many international media outlets and founder of Miami’s Wild Seduction
gallery; and moderator Celeste Fraser Delgado, a cultural critic working on a
history of the Latin music industry as well as the publisher of the online
magazines Category305.com and Meansheets.com.

Etra Fine Art gallery is located at 50 NE 40 Street, Miami’s Design District, and is
featuring the word of Mexican artists Carlos Merida, Francisco Toledo, Rodolfo
Morales and, Alejandro Santiago. This is a free event. * * * * * * * * And of
course come see Astrid Hadad at the Colony Theatre on Friday or Saturday, October 20
or 21 at 8:30 p.m. She is a hilariously funny Mexican diva with a message, one whose
brilliant and theatrical performances blend social and political satire with musical
virtuosity. In her new show, Lúdica Mujer Impúdica, accompanied by her talented
band, she mixes and recasts ranchera, bolero, rumba, rock and jazz through a wild
and unique sensibility that mines Latin identity from a distinctly female point of
view. Her extravagant, inventive costumes -- delirious performance pieces that are
instant camp classics -- are inspired both by Frida Kahlo and Mexico’s underground
club scene.

Tickets are $25 general admission, $20 seniors/students with I.D. , and $50 patron
ticket, priority seating, and may be purchased securely from Tigertail online at
www.tigertail.org , by phone at 305 545 8546 or at the Colony Theatre box office.
Discounted Season Passes also available by phone only at 305 545 8546.


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Music & Art Uniting the World - FREE, 10/15/2006, 6:00 pm

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:04 pm (PST)




Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MiamiArts/cal

Music & Art Uniting the World - FREE
Sunday October 15, 2006
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
(This event does not repeat.)
Location: The Tower Theater
Street: 1508 SW 8th Street
City State Zip: Miami, Florida
Phone: 305-375-5280

Notes:
Closing Concert & Silent Auction, featuring the music of
Ray Casas - Pianist, Manny Perez - Pop Tenor, Cheli Lindner - Mezzo Soprano, Susana
Diaz - Coloratura Soprano, Marta Garza - Soprano, and Delvis Perez - Pianist.

Silent Art Auction starts at 6:00PM, Concert 7:00PM

Wine & Cheese Reception following concert

FREE

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ArtCenter/South Florida Presents POST NO BILLS

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:07 pm (PST)



ArtCenter/South Florida Presents POST NO BILLS Opening October 21

Join the ArtCenter's Board of Director's and Artists-in-Residence
to celebrate the art of the rock poster during the Public Preview of
POST NO BILLS

Saturday, October 21 7 - 10 pm

Featuring a Live Musical Performance by Jesse Jackson at 7pm

ArtCenter/ South Florida Gallery
800 Lincoln Road at Meridian Avenue on Miami Beach
For more information or to RSVP, 305.674.8278

Exhibition Curated by Kristen Thiele
Featuring acclaimed poster artists Leia Bell, Nick Butcher, Charlie
Calderin, Mat Daly, Dirk Fowler, Dan Grezca, Jeff Kleinsmith & Jesse
LeDoux, Seripop, Dan MacAdam, Jeff Matz, Dan McCarthy, Tara
McPhereson, Jay Ryan, Thomas Scott, John Solomine, Diana Sudyka,
Kristen Thiele and Steve Walters

On view through November 19






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Harvest of the Arts - Arts at St. Johns season showcase

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:10 pm (PST)



Harvest of the Arts
Season Showcase for Arts at St. Johns

Date: Oct. 28, 7 pm, followed by afterparty
Info: 305-613-2325 http://www.artsatstjohns.com
Location: Arts at St. Johns, St. John's on the Lake, 4760 Pinetree Dr, Miami
Beach. Free on-site parking.
Tix: $20 ($15 Student/Senior) - buy online or at the door


On Oct. 28, 7 pm, the Arts at St. Johns presents the Harvest of the
Arts, its 7th Annual Season Showcase, which presents an eclectic array
of some of our community's most talented singers, dancers, actors,
visual artists and musicians. The event is at St. Johns on the Lake,
4760 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach. This is just a small taste of the
type of performances to be presented throughout this season.
The showcase will feature singers, actors, dancers, musicians and
visual artists. The evening opens with the fabulous harpsichord
sounds of Paul Schwab, who will entertain with classical music in the
foyer. Fantasy Theater Factory, a traveling professional touring
company, will provide a thrilling magic show. The Dance Now!
Ensemble, a grassroots organization dedicated to performance and
education, will present two of their current pieces.
Dr. A.J. Khaw will bring down the house playing the organ and will
later join his innovative band "Sonido Batido" on the
lakeside for the afterparty. Singers David Vance, Raymond Yanez,
Stephanie Giraldo, David Kingery, Bill Feuer, and Elliot Pilshaw will
wow the audiences with their vocal style, singing songs from jazz,
Broadway, Latin, classical and pop. Classical pianist Maria Letona
will grace us with her talented fingers and is sure to impress. Jean
Villamizar will provide visual stimulation with an opening montage and
display her multi-media art at the afterparty.
Following the showcase, the Afterparty includes live music,
scrumptious hors d’oevres, great mingling, and sparkling beverages,
to be enjoyed on the lakeside,with upbeat music by Sonido Batido. The
wine is compliments of Domeneghetti Wines – a fabulous, boutique wine
company.
Tickets can be obtained at the door or online at http://www.artsatstjohns.com.
$20 ($15 students/seniors).

Bios:
David Kingery, artistic director, singer and vocal coach - David is the founder
and first artistic director of the South Beach Gay Men’s Chorus. He has directed
other local productions, including “A Taste of Broadway,” “This Moment,” “Quentin
and I” (David Leddick Cabaret), and “Under the Influence” (a Cabaret), plus “And
then they Buried God” in Los Angeles, CA. He has performed at Actors’ Playhouse,
Shores Performing Arts Theater, Colony Theater, Public Theater of Ft. Lauderdale,
Hollywood Playhouse, and Tour of South Florida. He directed “A-block-and-a-half
from Broadway” at the Blue Angel, NYC. David has a BA in Music Performance
(University of Miami), a BS in Communications/Video/Film from University of Miami,
and training in sound engineering at The Recording Workshop, Los Angeles.

PIANIST AND ACCOMPANIST: Maria Letona received her bachelor's and master's degree
with Distinction in Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in
Boston, and earned her Doctorate in Musical Arts, Pi Kappa Lambda, at the
University of Miami. Maria Letona has performed as soloist with the New Orleans
Philharmonic, the New Orleans Civic Orchestra, the Lake Charles Symphony
Orchestra, and the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed
with the El Salvador National Symphony Orchestra, The Miami Youth Symphony
Orchestra, and the Miami Virtuosi ensemble. Letona has given solo and chamber
music recitals in several cities of the United States and South America. She has
also performed in various cities in Italy. Her interest in contemporary music has
led her to participate in many twentieth century music festivals such as the
SubTropics Festival and the 609 Music Series in Miami. During her studies at UM,
she gave a recital where she premiered
works dedicated to her by several composers in the Miami area. This recital was
broadcast on WTMI radio station. Letona has performed in Washington D.C. where she
was invited to represent her country in the First Ibero-American Music Festival.
She has appeared on television station WXEL in West Palm Beach and has also
performed live on their radio station. Besides her various musical interests,
Letona and her husband, Tom Holloway, have produced a children's CD entitled
Musicala (dedicated to their two kids), which is comprised of original children's
songs written and performed by her.

A.J. Khaw., pianist - "Naming a band that sounds similar to local group
Sonido Batido is difficult for frontman A.J. Khaw. Easier to describe for the
pianist/physician is the unique music the trio strives to create. They combine the
juicy rhythms of Latin tunes with more stark and artistic compositions of
classical Japanese and Asian songs. The result is very much like the group's name,
which means "sound mixture" in Spanish. Thriving on collaborative
improvisation, they can take a traditional Japanese children's song and turn it
upside down, yielding a 15-minute jam. Joining Khaw will be trumpeter Hiroshi
Yasuda and percussionist Emilio Subdiaz. Though it's been only about 3 months
since the trio formed, the Sonidos have been playing steady gigs at local joints.
Look for a chilled-out jazzy feast with touches of samba, salsa, and legendary
songs." -- By Juan Carlos Rodriguez, New Times


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david serrano – surrealist art exhibition

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:15 pm (PST)



david serrano – surrealist art exhibition

Coming this November, Cabrera & Rico Law Office's "Talent
Group" and Gala Kvachnina from Artrouge Gallery will be introducing
the work of the gifted Spanish Surrealist painter David Serrano. The
exhibition will take place from November 2 to November 16 at the
prestigious Artrouge Gallery located at 3275 Ponce De Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables, FL. and is targeted to serious collectors and artwork
lovers.

The main key players at Cabrera & Rico, as well as its staff,
have always been in love with the creative arts, specifically music
and the fine arts. Undoubtedly, each attorney's artistic background
contributes to the philosophy of the firm, encompassed by its
slogan "While you create… We keep you legal"

During the opening night in November 2 (7:00 PM - 10:00 PM),
the exhibition's atmosphere will be colored by other facets of the
arts that the Artist wishes to share with you, bringing to life
distinctive elements of his thoughts and work, and contributing to a
deeper understanding of his persona and passion for this genre. By
integrating music, theater dance, creative decoration, and even
mystic aromas into the atmosphere, not only he highlights the
spiritual meaning of his work, but also helps create a special mood
or feeling in the public. No doubt this will be one of the most
expected exhibitions of the year. One that will help develop the
modern surreal scenery in the area of South Florida.

For exhibition and sales you may contact Artrouge Gallery at
305-448-2060 or visit http://www.artrouge.com





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Exhibition opens in Wynwood Art District

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:18 pm (PST)



"Aviation" Photographs by Carlos Hoyos

Exhibition opens in Wynwood Art District

"Aviation" one of the latest series of photographs taken by Latin
American photo-cinematographer Carlos Hoyos opens at the InterFlight
Studio Gallery in the Wynwood Art District in Miami, Florida. The
Artist Reception will be held from 7 – 10 PM on Saturday October 14,
coinciding with the monthly Wynwood Gallery Walk.

>From the time he was born, Carlos was taught by his father "Fotoyos"
in the village of Anserma, Colombia. He learned how to master the
art of photography and developed a feel for detail and spectacular
angles, inheriting a great talent and a passion for his craft.
Hoyos' sharp eye and impeccable sense of light and framing, add an
ethereal dimension to the photographs, invoking subjective
interpretations and elevating viewers to another realm of
consciousness.

His new project "Aviation", allows a world of endless possibilities,
a tangible satisfaction when staring at the shapes, lines and the
shadows that allow the viewer his own meanings.

The exhibit is an interesting mixture of technological and artistic
experimentation that, besides allowing the viewer to experience
never before seen views of familiar and unknown objects, giving us a
pair of wings with which to look at the world.

The exhibition opens on Saturday, October 14 and runs till November
10, 2006.

InterFlight Studio Gallery:
250 NW 23rd Street, Loft 206
Miami, FL 33127
Ph. 305.573.1673 or 305.904.5182

E. info@interflightstudio.com

http://www.interflightstudio.com





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SUNDAY AFTERNOONS OF MUSIC FOR CHILDREN

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:20 pm (PST)



SUNDAY AFTERNOONS OF MUSIC FOR CHILDREN
In association with WLRN Radio and TV and Bank of Florida

Our Exciting Twenty-First Season

ARTISTS: TROUT FISHING IN AMERICA
Ezra Idlet, guitar (6'-9" tall)
Keith Grimwood, bass (5'-5-1/2" tall)
A FAMILY MUSIC PARTY
Presented In Collaboration with Festival Miami

DATE/TIME: Sunday October 29, 2006 - 3 pm
PLACE: Gusman Concert Hall.
Frost School of Music, University of Miami
1314 Miller Road
Coral Gables, FL
Just Follow the Balloons to Gusman!!

ADMISSION: Individual tickets:
$ 8 children $10 grownups
Season Subscription (5 concerts) $35 children $40 grownups

PHONE: (305) 271-7150 Contact: Doreen Marx

Tickets may be purchased only at the Festival Miami Office 305 -284-
4940:

"…when you look up the word "fearless' in the dictionary, there
ought to be a photo of Trout Fishing in America… For two decades
they have delivered their close harmony, humor and pathos, marked by
fine musicianship and equally fine vocals" – San Antonio Express-
News.

"One plays guitar, the other plays bass, and most of their
repertoire is comic and original. Think of Trout Fishing in America …
as the Smothers Brothers for the new millennium." – Parents.

Keith Grimwood with a degree in music from University of Houston and
former member of the Houston Symphony and Ezra Idlet former
basketball player for Houston Junior College joined together in 1979
to create Trout Fishing in America. They have become best of
friends and musical partners.

Trout Fishing in America offers a musical and lyrical adventure that
children and adults can truly enjoy together. With lots of family
friendly humor and handclapping rhythms, their folksy-acoustic sound
is simple yet invigorating when coupled with stimulating lyrics.
Songs to be performed will include I've Got a Friend and He Won't Be
Quiet, Simon Says, My Pant Are Falling Down, My Best Day and Bob and
Bob. Trout Fishing in America will make you dance, think and laugh
out loud from the first note to the final encore. Come early to
visit and play the musical string instrument "petting zoo"
Instructors will be there to help the children. Don't miss this
great party!

Peter-the-Mime will entertain until the performance begins and will
host the Apple juice, Balloons and Cookie party following the one-
hour concert. Great Music for Great Kids!!





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AÏDA opens in just 2 weeks!

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:23 pm (PST)



AÏDA opens in just 2 weeks!

Tickets start at just $10.

Carnival Center
for the Performing Arts:
Oct 28 at 7pm
Nov 1, 4, 7, 10, 16, 22, 25,
28 & 30 at 8pm;
Nov 12 & 19 at 2pm

Dear Opera Fan,

Tickets are selling fast for Florida Grand Opera's new production of
Verdi's Aïda - order today before it sells out! One of the grandest
of all grand operas, Aïda will feature over 200 performers with
spectacular new sets and costumes. Aïda will be presented in Miami
only - join us for our Inaugural Season in the amazing new Sanford
and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House at Carnival Center for the
Performing Arts.

Don't miss your chance to see this stunning spectacle - I'll see you
there.

To Order Tickets Today call our Box Office at
1-800-741-1010






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CITY BENEATH THE SEA TO PREMIERE AT MOCA

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Fri Oct 13, 2006 3:32 pm (PST)



CITY BENEATH THE SEA
NEW PRODUCTION AND EXHIBITION FEATURING
PABLO CANO'S MARIONETTE SCULPTURES
TO PREMIERE AT MOCA OCTOBER 28 – DECEMBER 23, 2006

Performance Schedule
Pablo Cano: City Beneath the Sea
Performances at 2 pm on: Oct. 28, 29, Nov. 11, 12, 18, 19, Dec. 2,
3 ,9, 10, 23.

All Tickets are $10 for MOCA members, North Miami residents and City
of North Miami employees; $15 for non-members; $3 for children under
12. Advance ticket purchase required. Seating is limited. For
tickets, please call 305.893.6211

Hundreds of feet beneath the ocean's surface is a magical undersea
world that is the setting for City Beneath the Sea, Miami artist
Pablo Cano's new marionette production and exhibition premiering at
the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) on October 28. The production
stars Cano's marionette sculptures and tells the story of a young
girl's quest to save an aquatic metropolis from the powers of evil.
Performances run through December 23 and when not in performance,
the marionettes and stage set will be on view as an exhibition
during museum hours.

Cano's multi-faceted work is influenced by traditional marionette
theater as well as the type of performance art that was practiced by
the Dadaists of the 1920s. Its signature elements include found
objects, kinetic sculpture, collage, and a combination of American
popular music and structured improvisation. City Beneath the Sea is
Pablo Cano's ninth annual project commissioned by MOCA. It marks a
departure point for him, as this is the first of his productions in
which the puppeteers, perched on scaffolding high above the stage
set, remain entirely hidden from the audience's view. In past
productions, they had interacted with the marionettes on stage.

City Beneath the Sea was written by playwright Carmen Peláez,
developed in collaboration with Pablo Cano. The production is
directed by Katherine Kramer in collaboration with Pablo Cano and
features lighting design by Eric Fliss.

Among the production's marionette characters are the good-natured
Princess Tula, whose head Cano created from a plastic outdoor lamp,
and whose custom-designed shoes he crafted from tin candy boxes to
resemble coral rock; the aristocratic Queen Coral, whose crystal
clear body was fashioned from plastic dishes and trays accented by
cigarette foil; and the wise King Otto, an octopus made from an old
cracker tin, gold placemats, and gemstone encrusted toy snakes.

Cano's black and white painted marionette stage was inspired by the
work of French film director George Méliès, and the production's
lively score features popular songs from the 1920s and 1930s to
which Peláez has provided witty new lyrics.

Performances of City Beneath the Sea will be presented at 2:00 pm
on: October 28 and 29, November 11, 12, 18, and 19, and December 2,
3, 9 10, and 23.

Tickets are $10 for MOCA members, North Miami residents and City of
North Miami employees; $15 for non-members; $3 for children under
12. Advance reservations and payment are required as seating is
limited. For tickets, please call 305.893.6211.

Pablo Cano: City Beneath the Sea is sponsored by Katzman Family
Foundation / Dr. Shulamit and Chaim Katzman, Dr. Jules Oaklander,
and Rita and Benjamin Holloway. It is dedicated to the memory of Dr.
Roland Kohen.

The Museum of Contemporary Art is located at 770 NE 125th Street,
North Miami. For information, please call 305.893.6211 or visit
HYPERLINK "http://www.mocanomi.org" www.mocanomi.org.

Pablo D. Cano
Born in Havana Cuba in 1961, Pablo Cano lives and works in the
Little Havana neighborhood of Miami. He holds a B.A. degree from
Maryland Institute College of Art and an M.F.A. degree from Queens
College in New York. Cano's first mediums included painting,
drawing, and ceramics. At the age of 18, he began his study of Cuban
art and identified with the work of Cuban artists such as Enrique
Riveron, Amelia Pelaez, Wilfredo Lam, Victor Manuel, and other Cuban
artists living in exile in Paris and Miami. He also studied the work
of Robert Rauschenberg and Edward Kienholtz, and was intrigued by
their use of found objects. During his 20s, Cano discovered the work
of Russian Constructivist artist Alexandra Exter and his fascination
for her work grew when he learned that she had created a set of
marionettes during the 1920s. Inspired by Exter's work, and the use
of found objects in Dada art, Cano began his own adventure in
creating marionettes, taking advantage of the wide range of
materials discarded on city streets. As a performance artist, he
continually explores the challenges of space, movement, color, light
and sound. In addition to MOCA, Cano's work has been displayed at
museums and galleries including the Pensacola Museum of Art (FL),
Columbus Museum of Art (GA), von Liebig Art Center (FL), New World
School for the Arts (FL)) and Private View Fine Art Gallery (NY).
For the past two years, he has performed in New York at Lincoln
Center Out of Doors and exhibited his work at the Lincoln Center
Gallery. In the Spring of 2006, his marionette sculptures were
exhibited at Hermes of Paris stores in New York and Bal Harbour, FL.

Katherine Kramer, Director
Katherine Kramer has been a vital presence in the resurgence of
classic jazz and tap dance since the 1970s. Kramer has appeared in
concert with tap masters Honi Coles, Brenda Bufalino,
Charles "Cookie" Cook, Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, and many
others, and as a modern dancer with Laura Dean, Kei Takei, Bill T.
Jones, Arnie Zane, and Lois Welk. A co-director of the company,
Fitzgerald, Kramer and Bean, Kramer also directed her own company
Syncopated, Inc. She has toured internationally in two one-woman
shows, and was choreographer and movement coach for the film, The
Horse Whisperer. She has taught at universities and companies
throughout the country, including Montana Transport Co., Stephens
College, University of Alaska, Skidmore College, Florida
International University, Eastern Kentucky University,
Manhattanville College. This is Kramer's third collaboration with
Pablo Cano.

Carmen Peláez, Playwright
Carmen Peláez was born in Miami to Cuban parents. Grand-niece to
painter Amelia Peláez and radio star Ernesto Galindo, Carmen Peláez
continues her family's artistic _expression of life's challenges
through the Cuban experience. A graduate of the Academy of Dramatic
Arts in New York, her acclaimed work rum & coke was performed at
Miami's Area Stage, Coconut Grove Playhouse, and at Chicago's
Pegasus Theater and the HBO Workspace in Los Angeles. A featured
contributor of the Nightline/PBS program Life 360, she has starred
in three independent films and was featured in A Very Serious Person
by Charles Bush and Carl Andres, which premiered at the 2006 Tribeca
Film Festival. Most recently she performed rum & coke at the 10th
annual NY International Fringe Festival.

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