“¡Vívelo!” merges different rhythms and dance styles such as folkloric dance, contemporary, Spanish dance, and African-inspired movements.Masterfully displaying dance genres from the region, this production provides strong entry points for audiences of all ages seeking an energetic folkloric performance experience.
Created and choreographed by Yin Mei, an artist of the Chinese diaspora, this new dance theater piece for five dancers melds themes from the iconic Chinese literary work The Peony Pavilion and Yin Mei’s own life experience as a teenage government dancer during the Chinese Revolution.
Chilean director/puppet artist Aline Kuppenheim's Feos (Uglies) is her first collaboration with renowned playwright Guillermo Calderon, and is based on Mario Beneditti's short story, "Noche de los Feos" (Night of the Ugly).
Beginning just before sunset join multifaceted Miami artist Inez Barlatier on The Museum's Campiello for a lively and rhythmic celebration of the full moon. All are welcome to this fun, and family friendly event.
Miami native Inez Barlatier is a multifaceted artist of Ayisen (Haitian) descent. With her first band Kazoots, Inez and her bandmates evolved from their fathers’ Haitian folkloric ensemble, mixed with next-generation influences.
Addiction, religion, and the law intersect in a court-ordered drug rehabilitation program. A timely exploration of the American criminal justice system, this multi-dimensional play blurs the line between hip-hop and dramatic performance.
Companhia Urbana de Dança brings its dancers’ identities, testimonials, and attitudes to the stage with an upbeat, Afro-Brazilian accent.
Desplante is a modest homage to mining songs from the eastern coast of 21th century Spain, developed in the mining mountain region of Cartagena-La Unión. Rooted in an important art and musical lineage of mostly Andalusian miners, the minera form traditionally transmitted the historical plight of working in the mines.
This World Made Itself is a multimedia live performance work combining projected animation and the artist's own shadow silhouette, as she interacts with the fantastical world of the video, merging film and theater to create a unique kind of spectacle.
Artichoke Dance presents a roving work that leads audiences through the tumbling journey of the abandoned, discarded and highly mobile single-use plastic bag. The performances take place in the Museum's Courtyard in conjunction with an on-site conversation.