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01:42OUT in the TROPICS Miami's celebrated lgbt contemporary
Miami's celebrated lgbt contemporary performing arts festival OUT in the TROPICS announces its fourth season with an adventurous lineup of award-winning performers from New York (and artists direct from Havana making their U.S. debut): June 13 - 16, 2013 at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road.
The event is produced by FUNDarte, a non-profit arts organization celebrating its tenth anniversary, dedicated to producing arts events that speak to diverse audiences with a proud history of commitment to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
This year's OUT in the TROPICS features performances by:
The festival also presents the first-ever U.S. performance by Havana's notorious lesbian feminist performance group El Ciervo Encantado, and the U.S. premiere of the Cuban film about homophobia and gay life
in Cuba, "Verde Verde."
"FUNDarte is proud to present our fourth annual salute to the very best in contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender performance," said Artistic Director Ever Chavez. "This year's OUT in the TROPICS features two Obie award-winning artists, and the U.S. premiere of one of Cuba's most daring performance groups. There's no other lgbt performance festival quite like this anywhere else in the country, and we continue to break new ground via this bold celebration that once again showcases an unparalleled collection of queer talent."
For the first time this year, a specially priced three-day pass ticket option is available at this Ticketmaster link.
Support for OUT in the TROPICS comes in part from:
The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners; the City of Miami Beach Arts Gala Program; the GLBT Community Project Funds at The Miami Foundation, in partnership with the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force; The University of Miami; Glassworks Multimedia; Romaldesign; The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald; and The Deauville Hotel.
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