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    In an age when we are tethered to our screens and gadgets, and emojis supplant real emotion, we can easily lose touch with the elements that make us human. Explorations of technology and control are at the heart of Marlene and the Machine, a cabaret performance by The Bearded Ladies...

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    October 19 at 9 a.m.

    “These walls do talk.” That's Monica Lynne Herrera, a Hialeah-born, Miami-raised actor who’s performing in Miami Motel Stories, a real-time immersive theater experience opening October 26 at Little Havana’s newly restored 1920 Tower Hotel. The Juggerknot Theater Company production is the first of its kind in Miami, turning hotel rooms into intimate spaces that bring the city's deep-rooted history to life.

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    October 19 at 8:39 a.m.

    In a roomful of dancers popping, locking, and breaking, famed dancer, spoken-word artist, and director Jonzi D is as eloquent in words as he is in dance. Jonzi founded Breakin' Convention, the world's largest festival of hip-hop dance and theater, in London in 2004. This weekend, Breakin' Convention will travel to the Southeast for the first time for a performance at the Adrienne Arsht Center in downtown Miami.

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    October 12 at 8 a.m.

    It can feel like hardly anyone really lives in Miami. There are people here for six or eight months at a time, people coming from other countries with aspirations to start the next Uber or Facebook, promoters and DJs and restaurateurs flitting in and out. They all contribute to the...

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    September 21 at 8:47 a.m.

    In 1992, Carson Kievman was hard at work on an opera based on the life of a little-known inventor. He and co-writer Thomas Babe were putting the finishing touches on the libretto of the script. Then Hurricane Andrew hit. Twenty-five years later, earlier this month, Kievman's production, Tesla, was at last...

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    September 19 at 8 a.m.

    Hurricanes swirling the trees and seas into a frenzy, earthquakes shaking buildings into rubble, the government restricting the rights of Americans as the country becomes more dangerous for its own citizens — it’s not hard to imagine that perhaps this is the end of days. Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning,...