As Far As My Fingertips Take Me by Tania El Khoury

Wed 6 Dec, 2017 - Sat 9 Dec, 2017

As Far As My Fingertips Take Me, is a conversation through a gallery wall between an audience member and a refugee. Through touch and sound, stories of border discrimination are shared. The piece is co-created by and based on the story of Basel Zaraa, a Palestinian refugee who made the journey from Syria to the UK and now works as a graffiti … +


MDC Live Arts Brings Haunting and Immersive Projects by Tania El Khoury

Wed 6 Dec, 2017 - Sat 9 Dec, 2017

MDC Live Arts continues its groundbreaking season with two interactive installations by artist Tania El Khoury. Many gardens across Syria conceal the dead bodies of activists and protesters who walked the streets during the early uprising. Lebanese-British artist El Khoury exhumes their stories in Gardens Speak—a stunning, immersive experience that sold out at The Public Theater’s Under The Radar Festival. Ten audience … +


MDC Live Arts presents The Sachal Ensemble: Song of Lahore


Their story is as remarkable as their sound- click to watch their acclaimed documentary trailer. Direct from Pakistan! The Sachal Ensemble perform iconic jazz classics and Pakistani folk songs on sitar, bansuri (flute), sarangi and tablas (drums). Hear the virtuouso musicians who risked their lives to preserve their art—and in the process, became YouTube sensations, documentary stars and international jazz ambassadors alongside … +


MDC Live Arts announces its 2017-2018 Season

Sat 4 Nov, 2017 - Thu 31 May, 2018

Miami’s most eclectic performing arts series extraordinary programs—unforgettable experiences Ojalá/Inshallah: Wishes from the Muslim World is a season designed to explore the diversity of Muslim culture through the arts and to challenge widespread assumptions concerning contemporary Muslim identity, made possible by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Arts (DDFIA)’s Building Bridges 2016-17 Grant Program.   WATCH SEASON VIDEO HERE!   THE SACHAL … +



Thu 9 Feb, 2017

A dynamic and hilarious one-person-show that asks “I’ve changed my sex. Now what??” Transgender soapstar and activist Scott Turner Schofield shares humorous and moving tales from a guy who used to be a girl… “Funny, revealing, whip-smart and poetic.” – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution THURSDAY, FEB 9 at 7PM FRIDAY, FEB 10 at 8PM SATURDAY, FEB 11 at 8PM Each performance will be … +