Theatre Reviews

Step Afrika! Expands Art Form

DANCE: Step Afrika! is the first professional dance company dedicated to the tradition of stepping. The troupe comes to Miami this weekend. Diana Dunbar has a preview.

Editors Picks

Global Arts Project Kicks Off 1st Season

MUSIC: A new non-profit has sprouted up and on Sunday it kicks off its first annual Artscape Concert Series in Collins Park, Miami Beach. Michelle F. Solomon has the story.

Arts at Large

How Many Rights Makes a Roth

ART: NYC artist Bryan Zanisnik brings his headline-making, bookish art to Locust Projects. Irene Sperber talks to the artist about his novel ideas.

Editors Picks

Art Wynwood's Homage to the '60s

ART: Art Wynwood, the winter season's premier art fair is returning to the Art Wynwood Pavilion this weekend with a tribute to the '60s. Monica Torres has a preview.

Dance Reviews

Ayikodans Captivate with Energy, Power

DANCE: Haitian dance troupe Ayikodans found a home at the Arsht Center after a devastating earthquake. Now they are back with a commissioned piece that speaks to community and the need to return to one's roots. Cameron Baden has the review.

Theatre Reviews

Just Another Week in Hell's Kitchen

THEATER: Actors' Playhouse revives 'West Side Story.' The classic show that crashed onto Broadway in '57 is back. Roger Martin has the review.

Movie Reviews

'Son of Saul' Touched By Mercy

MOVIES: There's no one way to depict the Holocaust and its ripple effects, but in the harrowing "Son of Saul," first-person POV captures the atrocities. Ruben Rosario has a review.

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