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Miami Made Festival “WhenThe Sun Goes Down”

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County proudly announces MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL 2012 – WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN, the Center’s annual showcase of innovative new work created by artists living in Miami and inspired by Miami. Taking place from March 1 – 4 in the Carnival Studio Theater, MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL 2012 will feature the work of 10 artists representing the incredible breadth of work emanating from Miami’s ever-evolving artistic scene, including five new interdisciplinary theatrical performances (two of them world premieres!). The 2012 installment of MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL has also expanded to include more genres of the performing arts – with the inclusion, for the first time, of live concerts showcasing new music throughout the weekend and a photo exhibition.

 

Highlights of the festival include: the Miami premiere of ROSIE HERRERA DANCE THEATRE’s critically-acclaimed DINING ALONE: ACT 2, commissioned by the American Dance Festival and the Arsht Center; the world premiere of SHIMMER, a vibrant, experimental new work from the TM SISTERS; the world premiere of BEER SAMPLERS: STARRING LOS ANGELES LEGEND CONSTANCE LINGUS, an immersive art-imitating-nightlife experience created by THE PROJECT [THEATRE] and commissioned by the Arsht Center; a sneak peek of PAUL TEI’s latest work RPM, presented by Mad Cat Theatre Company; and Mark Della Ventura’s one-man-show SMALL MEMBERSHIP.
New for 2012, MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL will serve as a platform for Miami’s hippest local bands to premiere new music with concerts lined up throughout the weekend. Scheduled to perform are THE HONGS (Thursday), CROWN COMPANY (Friday) and, on Saturday night, ROOFLESS RECORDS brings to the Carnival Studio Theater a music/theater/dance mash-up inspired by pop culture’s most beloved variety shows “Call of the Night” (think Ed Sullivan gone underground, Miami-style).
In another first for the MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL, multimedia artist RICHARD MARTINEZ is collaborating with local favorite ANA MENDEZ on a photo exhibit documenting Mendez’s work from last season’s Miami Made Festival – presenting guests with a unique opportunity to see the evolution of a performance piece through the camera lens. The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County proudly announces MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL 2012 – WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN, the Center’s annual showcase of innovative new work created by artists living in Miami and inspired by Miami. Taking place from March 1 – 4 in the Carnival Studio Theater, MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL 2012 will feature the work of 10 artists representing the incredible breadth of work emanating from Miami’s ever-evolving artistic scene, including five new interdisciplinary theatrical performances (two of them world premieres!). The 2012 installment of MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL has also expanded to include more genres of the performing arts – with the inclusion, for the first time, of live concerts showcasing new music throughout the weekend and a photo exhibition.

 

All the work commissioned by the Arsht Center for the 2012 festival revolves around the central theme “When The Sun Goes Down.” Artists selected have chosen to focus on the connections, or missed connections, that take place every night between dusk and dawn – offering audiences insight – through music, dialogue and movement – into the dynamic, vibrant and diverse Miami lifestyle.
Admisson to Miami Made Festival 2012 is free with a First Access Pass. Free “FIRST ACCESS PASSES” for each performance will be available beginning at noon on Monday, February 27 at arshtcenter.org or in person at the Arsht Center Box Office (limit four per person). The passes provide patrons with guaranteed admission to the theater for individual performances.*  A $35 VIP FESTIVAL PASS is also available, and includes priority access into the theater and guaranteed seating to every MIAMI MADE FESTIVAL 2012 event. VIP FESTIVAL PASS holders may attend as many performances as they wish over the festival.

* Subject to availability. The First Access Pass expires 15 minutes prior to curtain. For additional details, please visit arshtcenter.org or contact the Box Office at (305) 949-6722.

 

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