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Mark Della Ventura, Paul Tei and More Set for Adrienne Arsht Center’s Miami Made Festival

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts will present the Miami Made Festival 2012: When the Sun Goes Down, March 1- 4 at Carnival Studio Theater. The festival is the Center’s annual showcase of innovative new work created by artists living in Miami and inspired by Miami.

When the Sun Goes Down will include five new interdisciplinary theatrical performances. These will include the Miami premiere of Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre’s Dining Alone: Act 2 (March 2-4), commissioned by the American Dance Festival and the Arsht Center and the world premiere of Shimmer (March 1-3), an experimental new work from the TM Sisters.

The Project [Theatre] will present the world premiere of Beer Samplers: Starring LA’s Constance Lingus (March 1-3), an immersive art-imitating-nightlife experience. There will be a a sneak peek of Paul Tei’s latest work RPM (March 2 and 3), presented by Mad Cat Theatre Company. Then, Mark Della Ventura will present his one-man show about a big boy with a small problem Small Membership (March 3 and 4).

Other special festival performances will include live concerts showcasing new music and a photo exhibition.

For more information and tickets to Miami Made Festival 2012: When the Sun Goes Down, click here.