Adrienne Arsht Center
After three days of electronic dance music pulsating through the streets of Downtown Miami, Ultra is coming to a smooth close.
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In this edition of “Women To Watch,” Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani is one on one with Adrienne Arsht, a power philanthropist and trailblazer, revered for her support of artistic and civic causes in Miami, NY, DC and beyond.
There are many talented people in South Florida who can sing and dance – but are they good enough to land a spot on Broadway?
Just in time for school on Monday, a local organization made sure those in need of school attire got it on Saturday.
South Florida’s thriving theater community offers many ways for theater lovers to get involved.
It’s described as summer’s biggest spectacle. Heart-pumping electronic music, aerial acrobatics, extravagant visuals, and more than 6,000 gallons of water are about to transform the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts into an alternate universe where the audiences step onto the stage and are engulfed in a 360 degree experience.
Bring a little culture and a whole lot of fun to your kids’ vacation by taking them to a live theater performance this summer.