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Program III also features the recreation of José Limón's iconic La Malinche

        Dance NOW! Miami (DNM) returns to the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts with Program III on Saturday, May 15 at 8 p.m. One of the leading contemporary companies in Florida, the troupe will present the world premieres of Dorian's Reflection, inspired by the classic Oscar Wilde novel, and the Jewish-themed Anusim. The program also features the company's reconstruction of dance great José Limón's iconic La Malinche, as part of their annual Masterpiece In Motion series.

        Dorian's Reflection, choreographed by DNM Artistic Co-Directors Hannah Baumgarten and Diego Salterini, is a contemporary treatment of the story and characters from Wilde's novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, a foundational part of the gay literary canon. The ballet, with an original score by internationally recognized composer Davidson Jaconello, explores the themes of fear, loneliness, loss, and moral deterioration, embodied in Dorian, who remains forever young while his portrait ages instead. The dance work updates the narrative to our modern time of selfies and social media, plastic surgery, Tinder and Grinder, flipping the story so that Dorian's projected image stays young while the character of Dorian ages.

         "In our youth-obsessed culture, Wilde's novel really still speaks to us, and inspired us to create a piece that looks at today's tendency towards self-absorption and indulgence," says Salterini. The other world premiere on the program, Anusim, what is hidden is never lost, is also a Baumgarten and Salterini collaboration. It is inspired by the 1497 decree in Portugal forcing all Jews to be baptized as "New Christians," but allowing them to practice their own religion in secret. It will travel with the company in June when they go on tour to Portugal.

         La Malinche, which fills out the evening, is the first piece José Limón choreographed for his own company in 1947. It is based on the real life story of an indigenous Nahua woman who played a key role in the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, and is a legendary character in Mexican cultural history. The piece is reconstructed on DNM by Daniel Lewis, Limón's protégé and former Artistic Director of the Limon Dance Company after the founder's death, well known in South Florida as the Founding Dean of the Dance Department of New World School of the Arts. La Malinche is presented in collaboration with the José Limón Foundation and the 75th anniversary of the Limón Company.

       The Dance NOW! 2020/21 season continues with On-Stage With Italy's Opus Ballet at Miami Theater Center on June 19 and Dance NOW! On Tour in Portugal June 20-27.

       Seating at this event allows for six feet of physical distance and tickets are only available in groups of two for patron safety.  Health and safety guidelines will be followed and are available at BrowardCenter.org under the Visit tab.

       Tickets are $40 reserved seating with student tickets prices at $15 students. Tickets are available online at
BrowardCenter.org and Ticketmaster.com, the only official ticketing service of the Broward Center.  Ticket sales benefit the Broward Center’s Road to Recovery Fund to support operations as the Center prepares for the day when the doors reopen, the curtain rises and the lights return to the Broward Center Stages.





                                  Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Co.
                                            1000 N. Dixie Highway
                                         West Palm Beach FL 33401

               Actor’s Rep will debut this year’s showcase production online, featuring up and coming and seasoned actors in a series of dramatic and comic performances on June 26.
              “A dozen actors have worked weeks and months on socially and emotionally-charged scenes and monologues here at Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Company (Actor’s Rep),” explains the show’s director, Bob Carter, founder and artistic director of the non-profit group since 1980. Its theatre/school complex on Dixie Highway in downtown West Palm Beach is considered the most socially relevant theatre in Palm Beach County.
            Carter says, “These committed actors have researched, studied, and rehearsed every aspect of their characters and their worlds, and they regularly study their craft with professional teachers.”

            From the comfort of their own homes, theatre lovers can view the Zoom-based production at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 26. Tickets are $10 and are available online from Broadway on Demand
HERE.            Purchasers will be sent a link to access the production.
The production lineup:

CAROLE BLANE and KEN KALCZUK 4000 Miles, by Amy Herzog,
In a grandmother and grandson relationship.

THOMAS EDWARD Walking Next to Michael Brown, by Eric Micha Holmes,  stories of one who passes as white but isn’t.

 House Arrest, by Anna Deavere Smith. Through the eyes of Anita Hill, talk of honesty, courage, and home. 

SUSAN GIGANTI Yoga Fart, by Gabriel Davis. Amy takes yoga classes for 24 hours to regulate her emotions the day before her sister’s wedding.

TIMOTHY GORDON Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, by Bridget O’Connor & Peter Straughan. It is based on the novel by John le Carré, a tale of espionage during the height of the Cold War.

TIMOTHY GORDON The Lower Depths, by Maxim Gorky, a pilgrim takes lodging at a pre-revolutionary Russian boarding house inhabited by drunken bums, thieves, laborers, and misfits.

KEN KALCZUK 4000 Miles, by Amy Herzog, a coming-of-age tale of solace and family reunion.

DIANA LOY and CAROLE BLANE DMV Tyrant, by Christopher Durang. A typical visit to the familiar Department of Motor Vehicles.

English Literature professor Dr. Vivian Bearing faces her final moments after a long and arduous fight against advanced ovarian cancer.

BROTHER SIMPSON Across the Great Divide, an original piece by Brother Simpson. 




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                                    AND COMMERCIALS IN MIAMI

           If you're young and talented and you dream about an acting career, the Disney Company might be your best choice. Prepare yourself and attend the auditions. You have nothing to lose and you will have a great experience that will help you for the rest of your life.

          Disney is known as one of the biggest entertainment companies around the world. Millions of guests are entertained every year and thousands of extraordinary events are produced in their Theme Parks & Resorts, in addition to their very popular Disney Channel on TV. There is a great range of ways in which you can share your talent with Disney.

         If you decide to go to an audition, here are some aspects you must know. First of all, some of the present Cast Members were asked to share their experience from the auditions. Their stories are featured often and you can watch them in order to find out what you need. Also, if you have further questions, you can ask them via e-mail.

         Once you get to the place where the audition is being held, a Cast Member will be there to help you with everything you need. It is very important to arrive on time because the company cares very much when it comes to punctuality. You need at least 15 minutes to complete your check-in and also to prepare for the audition. Especially if you go to that location for the first time, make sure you plan your travel carefully.

        The audition room might be quite intimidating, but you have to relax and have fun. People from here were children too, so they know exactly how it feels to be at an audition. Be confident and do your best. A Disney Casting Director will run the audition and he will give you some instructions in order to help you. The room setup will be according to the sort of audition that you are attending. Another essential aspect is that most Disney auditions happen with the doors closed. Even though they know it's very important for children to be supported by family and friends, they consider that the audition is the place where kids have to go on their own. Those who accompany you will have to wait in the waiting areas.

         You may also be required to perform a monologue. A monologue is an uninterrupted speech directed towards another character. As an actor, you must have a monologue on hand for every situation. It's like your business card. Even if you are not required to have one prepared, you never know when you will be asked to recite one. Depending on the role you're auditioning for, it is best to have at least one comedic monologue and one dramatic monologue, well-rehearsed, at all times. In order to best choose the monologue that is right for your range, get in an acting class!

        There are some examples that prove the fact that the Disney Company is the best place for children and teenagers to start their acting career. Selene Gomez is one of them. She was discovered in 2004 by Disney. Firstly, she played a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and she did a great job. After this, she got more and more roles, like one in Hanna Montana and another on Wizards of Waverly Place as one of the main characters. She also started to record songs. Now, she is a famous and successful actress and singer and all this happened thanks to Disney.

       Miley Cyrus is another good example of an actress who achieved her wide fame due to her role as Hanna Montana on the sitcom released by Disney Channel. Ashley Tisdale makes no exception from the situation. She rose to prominence thanks to her role as Maddie Fitzpatrick in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody which is also a Disney Channel production.

        If you really want to become a Disney actor or actress, keep your dream alive and develop the skills that will help you achieve that goal.​

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A groundbreaking, immersive 3D/LED experience featuring masterpieces created by the most illustrious impressionist painters in history “Just looking at paintings on a wall is so 2019. Why gaze blankly at Monet’s ‘Water Lilies’ when you can practically dive right into the pond?” – The Miami Herald
                                               May 19-June 16, 2021-
              Lynn Wolfson Stage inside the Ziff Ballet Opera House
        The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County (@arshtcenter) and Princeton Entertainment Group (PEG) are proud to present the world premiere of LASTING IMPRESSIONS, a towering, experiential installation of sight and sound that transports guests into more than 100 of the world’s most recognizable masterpiece paintings. Making its world debut May 19 - June 16 at the Arsht Center, this fully immersive experience uses one-of-a-kind 3D/LED technology, massive 75-footwide screens, music, and lighting to create an experience like no other. Guests will marvel as impressionist paintings leap off the screens coming to life all around them as holographic and Unreal Engine technology is utilized for the first time to showcase classic works in a new light.
       Created by an award-winning team and featuring patented one-of-a-kind 3D/LED technology, advanced 12K resolution and 125 feet of screens with more than 10 million pixels and 1 billion color combinations, LASTING IMPRESSIONS is the next generation of immersive multi-media technology. From the moment they step onto the Arsht Center’s 18,000 square foot stage, guests of all ages become part of the experience, walking into the masterpieces and being enveloped by the Impressionist world created by Monet, Degas, Van Gogh, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat and more.

       Using lightweight 3D glasses, which also fit comfortably over current eyewear, guests will sit with Renoir’s luncheon guests, dance with Degas’ ballerinas, float over Monet’s water lilies, soar into Van Gogh’s starry night, spend Sunday in the park with George and move among the famous characters on Seurat’s Isle of La Grande Jatte. 

         And more than just a feast for the eyes, LASTING IMPRESSIONS is a delight for the ears as well with the masterworks of Debussy, Ravel and other composers, as well as French standards by Piaf, Aznavour and Mouskouri perfectly timed to the art as it comes to life on stage. In addition, portable seating will allow everyone to enjoy the experience in comfort.
          LASTING IMPRESSIONS is a one-hour, timed-entry experience that is perfect for all ages. Safely distanced, limited-capacity presentations are available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. beginning May 19.
         TICKETS: Standard tickets are $54.60* and VIP tickets are $99.75* which include preferred seating locations and exclusive merchandise. Tickets can be purchased now at arshtcenter.org or by calling the Arsht Center box office at (305) 949-6722.
        Princeton Entertainment Group partnered with the award-winning teams of 3D Live and Northern Gateway Films to create an experience unlike any other. The New York Times and LA Times rave about 3D Live, along with Yahoo! Finance stating that the company is “…redefining what people can come to expect from live events. Their team's blend of creative and engineering talent, matched with patented stereoscopic 3D LED technology, has led to some of the most innovative showcases of dazzling fun and learning.” 3D Live’s projects and clients include Coachella, Burning Man, SuperBowl LI in Houston, Primus, Deadmau5, Dell, 2Chainz, A$AP Rocky, Budweiser Made in America, Flying Lotus, Dreamworks and Disney to name a few. While the Alberta Motion Picture Industries Association-nominated and Lumiere-award winning Northern Gateway Films brings 25 years of feature length film and 3D experience to the creation of a new kind of masterpiece. The three companies in this powerhouse trio have come together to offer an unforgettable experience through the world premiere of LASTING IMPRESSIONS.
        “LASTING IMPRESSIONS is the next generation of immersive digital artistry, the only one of its kind in the world. Utilizing groundbreaking patented technology, the painting surrounds and envelops the guest, taking 3D to an unprecedented level of mastery and bringing it to one of the country’s largest and most prestigious stages,” said Ed Kasses, Founding Partner of Princeton Entertainment Group.

Thursday May 27, 2021/ 8:00 pm





        Loxen Productions, in association with Loud and Live, bring you the award-winning musical In the Heights, a new production made for Miami by South Florida artists. 

        From the creator of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood, a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music.

         It’s a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you and which ones you leave behind.

        In the Heights won the 2008 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, Best Choreography and Best Orchestrations.

        This performance, originally scheduled for May 8 - 9, 2020 and postponed to September 18 - 19, 2020, has been rescheduled to July

23 - 24, 2021. Orders placed for the previously scheduled dates will be honored. Ticket holder options are here.

        Arsht Center commitment to health and safety for your safety and peace of mind, we have made a few updates to our procedures. When

you return to the Arsht Center, all guests will be required to maintain a safe distance, wear a face covering (over the mouth and nose) and participate in a brief wellness screening.