Weekend Recommender: January 24-27
January 24, 2013 | by —LIANA LOZADA | Homepage
All New People
Thursday through Sunday, January 24-27
Zach Braff's comedic play All New People closes its run at the Adrienne Arsht Center this weekend. Braff is best known as the writer, director, and lead actor inthe hit film Garden State, as well as for his turn on Scrubs. The storyline follows main character Charlie through a depressing mid-thirties crisis and the unexpected friendships he develops along the way. Tickets from $40. 1300 Biscayne Blvd., 305-949-6722
Friday and Saturday, January 25-26, 8 p.m.
Contemporary choreographer Kota Yamazaki's multi-genre work, (Glowing), transforms The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse into a traditional Japanese house, combining dance, music, architecture, and lighting to explore themes of Eastern beauty. The weekend performances are presented by the Miami Light Project. General admission tickets are $25. 404 N.W. 26th St., Miami
Full Moon Party
Saturday, January 26, 9 p.m.
The Delano Beach Club's monthly full moon fête rings in its January edition with DJ sets by Ess & Emm, Danny Santiago, and Dave Sol. The poolside party will also include fire dances and a full moon drum circle. Come early and enjoy an hour of free Beck's Sapphire Beer. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-924-207
“Infinite Mirror” and “New Light”
Saturday, January 26, opens at 10 a.m.
The University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum unveils two diverse new exhibits: Stephan Knapp's "New Light," which is comprised of 14 stunning, multidimensional light paintings, and the group exhibit “Infinite Mirror: Images of American Identity.” A total of 39 artists will be represented in “Infinite Mirror,” wherein the themes are self-selection, pride, cultural assimilation, and protest. Both shows run through March 24. Program admission is $10 for non-museum members and free for members. 1301 Standard Dr., Coral Gables, 305-284-3535
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