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At the start of the 1954 season, a new amusement park opened up across the road from Aquafair. Aquafair’s owner, Mr. Rooks, has been trying week after week to sabotage the new park with the help of his right-hand man Lafe. A family emergency calls Rooks away, and Lafe is left to tend the park  Continue Reading »

MIRA EL MAR (Look at Ocean) - Saturday - September 17, 2016 - 11:00am on Surfside Beach, 94th St. - on the sand, facing the ocean
(Public + Street parking available) 
Choreography and Direction: Marissa Alma Nick
Collaborating Visual Artist and Costume Design: Sebastian Ruiz
Dancers: Camille Arroyo, Sasha Caicedo, Juliana Triviño 
MIRA EL MAR (Look at Ocean) takes you 75 years into Miami’s future, where rising sea levels and climate change have transformed the entire landscape of the city. In this site-specific performance, we see three women adapt to a new environment and survive their new home.
ABOUT GRASS STAINS:
Grass Stains is a site-specific initiative created by Pioneer Winter Collective and funded by the John and James L. Knight Foundation and the State of FL Division of Cultural Affairs that focuses on the mentoring and commissioning of six original premieres by South Florida-based performance artists. This inaugural year features the work of five women artists: Agustina Woodgate, Niurca Marquez, Marissa Nick, Ana Mendez, and Jenny Larsson, with mentoring by renowned LA-based site choreographer Stephan Koplowitz on surfside Beach at 94th Street on Sept. 17th, 2016. (Photo by MagicalPhotos.com / Mitchell Zachs)
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We show up, years beyond the animus, in the places that managed to keep them adrift or away from home— the pubs and hash-‘n’-eggs counters in other cities that answered our mothers’ where the hell is he before we learned and before where worked itself into why. Maybe we show up with them, indulging the  Continue Reading »

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PART VIII: EREBUS AND NYX If there was a man named Constantin Bălănescu, I never knew him. If this man occupied a not insignificant role in the diplomatic services of the Romania People’s Republic and went by the diminutive “Costel,” he and I never met. To me, to his family, and to his friends, the  Continue Reading »

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