This looks interesting: Fox—home of “So You Think You Can Dance”—has announced that another dance television show is in the works. The series is written by Joe Sofranko and Lili Fuller, two actor-choreographers who first met as YoungArts winners.
Inside the Jewel Box at the National YoungArts Foundation, dancers and audiences will celebrate a unique collaboration of creative forces, with local and international arts groups coming together to create a uniquely Miamian masterpiece.
After a month-long residency on the YoungArts Campus, for the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) interdisciplinary performance initiative "ICA Performs," Michael Clark's time spent will yield five performances.
Michael Clark has been creating and rehearsing at the campus of the National YoungArts Foundation for several weeks, and the new piece will be on view at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Monday at the Jewelbox.
A few minor raindrops fell before and during the outdoor screening of the five short films that made up “Transformations,” part of the Outside the Box series at the YoungArts Campus near Downtown Miami.
Written by Joe Sofranko & Lili Fuller, The Cut is described as Friday Night Lights meets Center Stage. Fuller and Sofranko first met as YoungArts winners, joining an elite group of past recipients.
YoungArts is proud to announce its 2017 Winners - 691 of the nation’s most promising young artists in the literary, visual, design and performing arts.
Between elections, the new moon, holidays and a few dozen art fairs descending upon Miami in two weeks, everything seems to be moving at lightning speed with no signs of slowing down.
An artist, designer and photographer, Kyle David Moreno has been recognized by the National YoungArts Foundation and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for his art.
Michael Clark Company’s residency, public performances and programming will take place within the unique architecture of the YoungArts Jewel Box, which will also serve as a source of inspiration for dancers immersed in the light patterns and colorful mosaic reflections of the space.
November 17 through November 21 the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami and the National YoungArts Foundation will welcome the Michael Clark Company to Miami, where the British dance troupe will engage audiences with five public performances as part of a residency program.