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Festival Report

'Laugh' Explores Humor, Holocaust

FILM FESTIVAL: Ferne Pearlstein's "The Last Laugh" is one of the highlights of this weekend's Miami Jewish Film Festival. Michelle F. Solomon interviews the filmmaker.

Lights Up On Stage

Zoetic Stage Director Talks 'Sunday'

THEATER: Zoetic Stage takes on Stephen Sondheim's "Sunday in the Park with George." Director Stuart Meltzer talks with Michelle F. Solomon about what it's like staging the theatrical gem.

Lights Up On Stage

Carbonell Nominations Announced

THEATER: South Florida's version of the Tony Awards are announced. Who and what is nominated for this year's Carbonell Awards?

Feature News

SMDCAC Worth The Drive

PERFORMANCE: The South Miami-Dade Cultural Center keeps the acts coming, so for those looking for something just outside of the hectic city, see what's coming up. Monica Torres has a preview.

Theatre Reviews

Yowza! Kit Kat Girls and Boys are Back

THEATER: New York's Roundabout Theatre Company, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, takes “Cabaret” to a new level. The production stops in Fort Lauderdale. Roger Martin has the review.

Dance Reviews

Miami City Ballet Features Powerhouses

DANCE: Miami City Ballet presents Program II in its upcoming performances at the Ziff Opera House in a powerhouse of choreographic voices. Cameron Basden has a preview.

Feature News

Miami Jewish Film Fest Marks 20 Years

FILMS: Miami Jewish Film Festival, the largest Jewish cultural event in Florida, has announced a line-up of films, more than 64 films from 20 countries. See the list.

Theatre Reviews

Talking with . . . The Star of 'Cabaret'

THEATER: Andrea Goss plays the unsinkable Sally Bowles in "Cabaret" at the Broward Center through Sunday as part of the Broadway in Fort Lauderdale series. miamiartzine.com editor Michelle F. Solomon talks to the star.

Dance Reviews

These Dancers Can Dance

DANCE: Cuba's Malpaso Dance Company presents a contemporary program full of life at the Arsht. Cameron Basden has the review.

Feature News

Miami Native's Film Debuts

FILM: The world premiere of "Billy Boy," the first produced screenplay written by Miami native, Blake Jenner, will be featured as part of the 34th edition of Miami Dade College's Miami Film Festival.

Arts at Large

Get Ready For 'Fair' Weather

ART: From Wynwood to Palm Beach, we careen into a high season of mild weather and more art fairs to round out the culture calendar. Irene Sperber has recommendations.

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