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As part of Ringling International Arts Festival, with a theatrical sensibility of wit, style, and heart, Larry Keigwin presents an electrifying brand of contemporary choreography that engages the audience with the sheer unadulterated pleasure of dance.
As part of Ringling International Arts Festival, Tangram redraws the boundaries of dance, new circus, and physical theatre. Created and performed by ballerina Cristiana Casadio and circus artist Stefan Sing, this compelling production from Berlin encapsulates the human struggle.
In National Theatre Live’s 2011 broadcast of “Frankenstein” Oscar-winner Danny Boyle directs a sensational production with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller alternating roles as Victor Frankenstein and his creation.
Richard Aste will speak on Brooklyn's pan-American approach to its New World collections while providing a focus on objects from the Caribbean Basin, a region often overlooked in Spanish-American surveys, but integral to understanding Florida's own history.
Heidi Herriott is the third generation of a multi-talented family revered throughout the circus community. Herriott is a horsewoman extraordinaire who specializes in trick horses, liberty and dancing horses. Don’t miss this intriguing, informal and informative interview session.
From East LA comes Cambalache with a fiery and festive fandango of "son jarocho," the music and dance of Veracruz that celebrates 500 years of Spanish, African, and indigenous cultures.
The Ringling is pleased to be an Access site for Season 7 of ART21, the Peabody award –winning film series on contemporary art and artists. Join us for a screening and discussion around artists whose work is tied together by the idea of Legacy. This is a free event.
Hermitage Artists, Ann Hirsch and Pablo Eduardo the artists discuss the inspiration for their work, as well as the processes involved. This conversation will be moderated by art consultant Ann Wykell who managed the public art projects for Patriot Plaza.
National Theatre Live’s broadcast of Medea by Euripides is a new version by Ben Power. Terrible things breed in broken hearts. Medea is a wife and a mother. For the sake of her husband, Jason, she’s left her home and borne two sons in exile.