• A&E Opera: ‘Porgy and Bess’

    The artistic and administrative team at the South Florida Symphony are definitely not afraid to tackle a challenge. Case in point: Last season, the symphony collaborated with the famed Martha Graham Dance Co. on a critically-acclaimed world premiere ballet by South Florida composer Tom Hormel, “The Legend of Bird Mountain.”

  • A&E theater: Island City Gets Mixed Results with ‘Midler and Manilow’

     If you love the music of Bette Midler and Barry Manilow, read no further and reserve your tickets today for “Bette & Barry: From Bathhouse to Broadway,” playing at Island City Stage.



    Curtain speeches are a quaint tradition in South Florida theater. Generally, the artistic director steps out before the beginning of the performance and either asks for money or thanks donors in the audience—or both. Sometimes these addresses are entertaining, but most often, they’re just something to be endured.

  • Film Explores Miami Beach’s Disappearing Jewish Culture

    Long before Art Deco became a movement and prior to the arrival of MTV, Miami Vice and Madonna, South Beach was home to the largest cluster of Jewish retirees in the country. 

  • Outre Offers Provocative Look at Unconditional Love

    Here’s a revelation: relationships are never easy—especially gay relationships. Outré Theatre Co. offers South Florida audiences a witty, provocative examination of our complicated affairs in Gregory Naufft’s “Next Fall,” opening March 8 at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center.

  • SFGN's Winter A&E Guide

    SFGN's the Mirror Mag "Power And Pride" Vol. 8 Issue 1, January 2019 "Winter A&E Guide"