Whether you want to pursue ballet as a career or merely wish to dance along the beach at sunset, Miami is home to a variety of schools for every stylistic orientation.
Thirty South Florida visual and performing arts organizations will receive 2013 grants from Citizens Interested in the Arts (CIA) – a charitable group founded 15 years ago to help struggling arts groups in South Florida.
The Broward Center For The Performing Arts is getting a $50 million makeover, and concertgoers will benefit big time.
Nothing beats a good laugh, and Miami’s spring is set to be full of chuckles, giggles, hoots, snorts and belly laughs. From big-name celebrities to local stand-up comedians, this city has something for everyone.
It’s no revelation, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is one of the leading dance companies in the world, and now they’re in town at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
The Adrienne Arsht Center offers live shows all year long and serves as Miami-Dade County’s premiere destination for the performing arts.