Things to Do in Miami During the Upcoming Week (7/10/17-7/16/17)


CultureOwl® is dedicated to the rich cultural tapestry of South Florida. Every week, the team of CultureOwl gathers a round of events and things to do in Miami, South Florida, to expose the public to all interesting happenings. For this week (07/10/2017 – 07/16/2017), CultureOwl highlights the following events:

·         Monterey Pop [Fri 7/7 - Mon 7/10]
A documentary on one of the most important festivals in the history of music, Monterey Pop Festival, will be screened from Friday (July 7th) to Monday (July 10th) at Coral Gables Art Cinema. The movie will showcase the trends and cultural background of the summer of love, followed by the youth of the 1960s. Most importantly, the documentary will feature career-changing live performances by legendary rock icons, including Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, the Mamas and the Papas and more.

·         Peter Pan [Fri 7/14 - Sun 7/16]
Acclaimed director Sally Cookson brings her version of Peter Pan to Coral Gables Art Cinema from Friday, July 14th to Sunday July 16th. JM Barrie's beloved tale tells a story about Peter Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, who loses his shadow during a visit to London. There, he meets Wendy and her brothers and together they go on a magical adventure with fairies and pirates. According to The Guardian, “The pleasure of the show is that it always exposes the mechanics – including the rigging for the flying – and invites audiences of all ages to bring their imaginations to bear.”

·         Mark "Jiggy" Jigarjian for NY Comedy [Night Thu 7/13]
Comedian-podcaster-musician Mark "Jiggy" Jigarjian who attracted thousands of listeners with his weekly releases on I-tunes will take the stage of Boca Black Box on Thursday, July 13th at 8:00PM. The versatile comedian gained popularity after his national television debut on sketch show Jokers Wild on TruTV and releasing a full-length comedy album.

·         Jurassic Park in 35mm [Sat 7/15 - Sun 7/16]
Steven Spielberg’s adventure film Jurassic Park will be shown on a 35mm screen at Coral Gables Art Cinema from Satirday, July 15th to Sunday, July 16th. Released in, the CGI and animatronic dinosaurs left a huge impact on the movie industry and turned into a landmark, loved by generations to come. “Jurassic Park” follows palaeontologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and their adventures on millionaire John Hammond’s (Richard island, full of live dinosaurs.

CultureOwl announces partnership and highlights the following venues:

Actor’s Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre is the largest self-producer of critically acclaimed dramatic and musical theatre for adults and children in South Florida. Actors' Playhouse produces critically acclaimed dramatic and musical theatre for adults and children and presents them to multi-cultural audiences of South Florida.

·         Boca Raton Museum of Art
Boca Raton Museum of Art was established in 1950 as the Art Guild of Boca Raton. The organization features Art School, Guild, Store, and Museum, showcasing permanent collections of contemporary art, photography, non-western art, glass, and sculpture, as well as a diverse selection of special exhibitions.

·         Deering Estate
The historically-relevant Deering Estate is a gateway to cultural and ecological exploration in South Miami Dade. Its grounds are welcoming local and international visitors to explore the archaeological and geological offerings. Some of the most popular activities, include butterfly walks, bird hiking, picnicking and dining at one of the surrounding local restaurants.

  
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1 comment:

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