Site-Specific Performance Series This Saturday

Site-Specific brings performance out of the traditional theater and into our neighborhood.

Enjoy performances by Miami’s most talented actors, writers, singers, poets and musicians as they turn the Design District into a roving theatrical event.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

EMPRESS ADDI + RARA ROCK

EMPRESS ADDI + RARA ROCK
Performance Time: 8:00pm
The Garden Building, 175 NE 40th Street
(Private entrance off NE 41st Street), Rooftop

The Haitian Heritage Museum, located in the Miami Design District curated this portion of “Site-Specific: Performance Series”, and we are proud to collaborate with the museum to bring you the music of Empress Addi, a sultry jazz vocalist that enhances the melodic aspects of Rara Rock. Immerse yourself in the soulful sounds on the Rooftop Garden for this one of a kind musical performance.

ALMA DANCE THEATRE

ALMA DANCE THEATRE PRESENTS: DAYDREAMING WITH JEAN
Performance Time: 8:30pm
The Garden Building, 175 NE 40th Street
(Private entrance off NE 41st Street), Rooftop

“Daydreaming with Jean” is inspired by choreographer Marissa Alma Nick’s loss of her Grandma Jean to Dementia, as well as her memory of who she once was. Set to the music of Judy Garland, Mama Cass, The Monkees, Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Lesley Gore and Ethel Merman… this surprisingly playful performance takes the audience on a journey into the mind of a woman who now lives within the landscapes of her mind and learning to surrender to this little thing we call life.”

FREDDY STEBBINS

FREDDY STEBBINS, ONE MAN SHOW
Performance Time: 9:00pm
4141 Building, 4141 NE 2nd Avenue, Atrium Space

Freddy Stebbins is a professional comedic artist/performer/humorist. His craft combines freestyle character impersonations, stand-up comedy, satire, and accent (dialectic) expertise. Freddy has trained with America’s most prestigious improv troupe; “The Groundlings” (of SN L fame). As a stand-up comic, he has won several major competitions including The “Certs College Campus Comedy Award” (finalist), “2007 South Beach Comedy Festival” (finalist), “Miami Improv’s Funniest New Comedians/MC 2008” (winner). A popular Miami comedian, he performs and headlines throughout south Florida where he brings many of his uniquely “305” characters to life. His work has been critically acclaimed in the Miami Herald, Miami New Times, and numerous Miami-based blogs.

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