fanfare-4-630x173Birgminham Royal Ballet_EnglandRenaud Jerez Opening Night!

July 8; continues through Oct. 30 · ICA MIAMI ·

ICA Miami presents the opening of French artist Renaud Jerez’s first solo institutional exhibition in the U.S.  Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents this site-specific installation, created for ICA Miami with a group of soft sculptures made from bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials.  305.901.5272.

Shakespeare Festival

Taming of the Shrew

July 7 – 10; July 14 – 17 · Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival ·

Shakespeare by the Sea brings the ever-popular Shakespeare classic romantic comedy Taming of the Shrew to the Seabreeze Amphitheatre in Carlin Park.  561.762.8552

Cirque de EloizeCirque Eloize – Cirkopolis

July 7 – 31 · Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts ·

Cirque Eloize returns to the Arsht Center with a show that integrates the worlds of circus with dance and theater into a spectacular multi-media production for the entire family. Acrobats, break dancers, and contortionists from around the world all perform against a kaleidoscope of colorful video projections in a feast for the senses.  305.949.6722

Buyer & Cellar

July 13 – August 7 · Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre ·

This one-man tour-de-force that earned the 2013 Drama Desk Award is based on an unemployed Los Angeles actor’s adventure working in Barbra Streisand’s Malibu basement. The one-man show has the actor portraying a variety of roles, including Barbra herself.  305.444.9293

LTS NY wave runner[1]The Luxury Technology Show

July 15 · Fontainebleau Miami Beach ·

This unique luxury showcase features the latest innovations, including the most prestigious and cutting-edge technology brands from around the world. It’s a one-of-a-kind show exhibiting the very best in technology and electronics, including photography, home and business electronics, health and wellness, automotive, accessories, mobile devices, home audio, smart watches, and racing simulators.  212.655.4505, ext. 223.

Miami Wagner Institute Debut

July 16 · New World Center ·

Two of the world’s most preeminent Wagnerian singers — soprano Christine Goerke and bass-baritone Alan Held — debut in Miami Music Festival’s inaugural presentation. This festival culminates with a gala concert featuring excerpts from Wagner’s Ring Cycle.  800.597.3331

A Patch of Blue: Illustrations of Oscar Wilde’s the Ballad of Reading Gaol

Through July 17 · MDC Museum of Art + Design ·

On loan from the Wolfsonian-FIU, this exhibition features work highlighting the Symbolist style of French artist Jean-Georges Cornelius.  305.237.7700

08_Gwen_Stefani_1573 1_byJamie NelsonGwen Stefani: This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour

July 27 · Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach ·

Pop icon Gwen Stefani — recently seen as one of the judges on NBC’s “The Voice” — and Grammy Award-winning hip-hop recording artist Eve join for an evening of music. The two singers collaborated on the 2002 Grammy Award-winning single “Let Me Blow Ya Mind.”  561.795.8883

The Magic Flute — MMF Family Opera Series

July 29 and 31 · Shepard & Ruth K. Broad Performing Arts Center, Barry University ·

The MMF’s Family Opera series concludes with this popular opera that has been specially produced for children and will be performed in English. Mozart’s classic opera will include both spoken and sung dialogue. A family-friendly production.  800.838.3006

The Noblest Feature — The Eye Paintings of J. McGuinness Myers

Through July 31 · The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami ·

The paintings of J. McGuinness Myer feature “the eye…the jewel of the body.” These interpretive works offer a variety of visual metaphors, including seascapes, moonscapes, and flowers.  305.284.3535

Photo credit: The Times/News Syndication
Photo credit: The Times/News Syndication


August 18 · Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino ·

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Seal brings his one-man show to Hard Rock Live for one-night only.  866.502.7529

Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction

Through Aug. 21 · The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum ·

Celebrate the allure of Cuba from the Prohibition era of the 1920s through the postwar tourism boom of the 1950s. It was a magical time when wealthy Americans and celebrities were lured to Cuba via the exotic nightclubs, casinos, and cabarets. Come to Cuba Pamphlet_smallThrough photographs, posters, and promotional material, this exhibition revisits the relationship between two countries — one that was later to be severed.  305.531.1001

XXI International Ballet Festival of Miami

Aug. 27 – Sept. 11 · Various locations in Miami ·

The only one of its kind in Florida, the festival is considered the most important ballet festival in the U.S.  Featuring world-prestigious ballet companies — with works of over 100 artists from more than 20 worldwide ballet companies — the two-week festival features a dance film series, art exhibits, book presentations, workshops, master classes, and six live performances.



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