Located on the University of Miami campus, this theater stages productions performed by students, faculty members, and professional actors. Productions include musicals, dramas, and comedies. The theater also hosts plays written by local playwrights. The series of one-act plays performed during the summer months is especially noteworthy.
Zarabanda is a very popular restaurant and club featuring international cuisine by chef Joel Rodriguez, plus a cigar room, theme nights, live entertainment, impeccable service and an exceptional champagne and wine list. A contemporary combination of wood and lavender-colored furnishings highlight an informally elegant ambiance. The dinner menu includes appetizers like seafood, mushrooms and tapas, salads, fresh fish and pastas as well as Vaca Frita (Cuban-style flank steak) and Lamb Chops. However, the lunch menu is somewhat limited but offers tasty specials.
You will find plenty of good down-home American fare and friendly service at Flanigan's Seafood Bar & Grill. Come watch a game at the bar or grab a bite to eat with friends. Very generous portions and reasonable prices prevail. Menu options include delicious, tropically named burgers, seafood dishes such as shrimp scampi, fried shrimp and grilled swordfish, mouth-watering baby back ribs, and juicy prime rib cooked to perfection. Very casual and comfortable surroundings feature a rustic, old Florida look and nautical themes.
This Miami-based dance company, established over thirteen years ago by Ilisa Rosal, is one of a few in the United States dedicated to the development and presentation of the art of flamenco. Ballet Flamenco La Rosa is a nonprofit organization and member of the Performing Arts Network. Critically acclaimed, the company frequently performs in sold-out venues. It also performs other styles of dance, conducts public and private sector lectures and demonstrations, and offers regular classes as well as outreach programs through area schools. Call for upcoming schedule of events and further information.
This state-of-the-art multiplex theater in the Aventura Mall can lure just about anyone interested in taking a break from the crowds. With twenty-four screens, this spacious facility offers an extensive selection of the latest film releases. The comfy seats and movable armrests are just a few of the many little luxuries provided at this theater.
GableStage was once known as the Florida Shakespeare Theater. Set in the elegant and elaborate décor of the historic Biltmore Hotel, the theater's Millennium Season offered up New York hit plays and four Florida premieres. Under the leadership of Ellen Beck and Joseph Adler, GableStage has received seven nominations for the Carbonell Awards, honoring the best south Florida produced theater. Performances are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Call for performance information. Membership rates are available.
2200 Liberty Avenue Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 929 7010
Recognized as one of the top ten ballet companies in the nation, Miami City Ballet is the jewel of the cultural world in South Florida. Artistic director Edward Villella established the troupe in the mid-1980s with the goal to blend 20th-century masterpieces with the classics. This neoclassical style has characterized the company throughout its repertoire of over eighty ballets. Performances have always been held at various venues in four different counties. The company inaugurated its own home facility on Miami Beach in January 2000. Call for the performance schedule.
500 17th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139 +1 305 673 3330
New World Center is home to the New World Symphony and showcases other fantastic concerts as well. In 1987, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas created an orchestra that would consist of young and energetic talent, providing recent graduates with a springboard to stardom. A national training orchestra with an international reputation, this ensemble is famous for its fresh sound and youthful enthusiasm.
1700 Washington Avenue Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 673 7300
The Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts, a historical performing and visual arts center was originally known as the Miami Beach Auditorium. Located next to the artsy district of Lincoln Road, the Jackie Gleason is one of the primary facilities for cultural events and performances in Miami. This theater features Miami City Ballet performances, the Broadway series, international dance companies and popular recording artists and offers an incredible variety and caliber of entertainment!
Abandon all your preconceived notions about Irish food; John Martin's is here to prove that it definitely goes beyond stew and Guinness. There are two options for atmosphere: the smoky, boisterous pub or the elegant dining area. The menu features everything from poached salmon smothered in a delicious Grilled Boneless Chicken Breast to Corned Beef. The pub is just what you expect: dim lights, the occasional live fiddler, and a constant crowd of folks having a rollicking good time. The dining room is elegant and a bit more subdued.
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (The)
The largest art center in Miami, Adrienne Arsht Center for
the Performing Arts was first known as Miami Performing Arts Center. Later it was also renamed Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. The center provides locals with the best ...
This is greater Miami's premier performing arts center for grand
opera, symphony, theater, concerts, ballets, lectures and other programs of community interest. Apart from hosting the world's finest orchestras and classical music soloists, the auditorium also hosts the most ...