The Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Opera/Musical Theatre Ensemble will present the comedic opera, The Mikado. With music by W. S. Gilbert and libretto by Sir Arthur Sullivan, The Mikado is set in the Japanese town of Titipu, where the cheap tailor Ko-Ko, since being appointed Lord High Executioner, hasn’t executed anyone or anything. His ward, Yum-Yum, has fallen in love with a traveling musician, Nanki-Poo, who is actually the Mikado’s (Emperor’s) son, and has escaped in order to avoid having to marry Katisha, the Mikado’s daughter-in-law elect. The Mikado, however, soon takes notice of the lack of executions in Titipu and decrees that if no executions take place within the time of one month, the city will be reduced to the status of a village. But not all goes as planned as further complications arise in this witty satire on politics and human relationships.Â General admission tickets are $15, and $5 for MDC faculty and students (with ID). Tickets are available atÂ online or by calling 305-237-3201 or 305-237-7424.
Friday, December 4, 10pm – Hyde Beach Miami at SLS South Beach, Bounce Sporting Club, New York City’s premiere upscale sports meets nightlife destination known for its high energy atmosphere and its celebrity and athlete clientele, is teaming up with sbe’ Entertainment’s Hyde Beach Miami for a pop-up event. Bounce Sporting Club and Hyde Beach […]
Saturday, November 30, 7pm-11pm – Oxenberg Fine Art, 50 N.E. 29th Street,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Oxenberg Fine Art will host an evening with the artist to celebrate the opening of Fernando Vignoli‘s exhibition of oil paintings, From Babel to Basel. Check out the Art Basel Guide for information for the December 7 event when Vignoli […]
June 2 – 6, Hyatt Regency Hotel, 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami Taste of the Caribbean provides a forum for gathering practical information, developing skills, sampling, purchasing, strengthening, established supplier relationships and meeting new vendors, all on hand to help, Taste of the Caribbean will bring innovative and exciting educational sessions for food and beverage […]