LALA Performance Series: CIRCA/MIA & Such Rooted Things Presented by Miami Dade College's Live Arts Miami

LALA Performance Series: CIRCA/MIA & Such Rooted Things Presented by Miami Dade College's Live Arts Miami


THURSDAY 5/13 performance reschduled for SATURDAY 5/15 at 8pm Please see note from Live Arts Miami:

Postponed but Don't Fret! Join Us on May 14–15.

In response to weather conditions, the May 13 presentation of CIRCA/MIA & Such Rooted Things has been rescheduled to Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15 at 8pm.

If you’ve already RSVP’d for today, your tickets will be honored at the performance date of your choice. MDC will continue to monitor weather forecasts and update ticket holders immediately should any other changes arise.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to greeting you this Friday and Saturday!

If you have any questions or concerns, please email Follow PAMM on social media and check for the latest updates.

CIRCA/MIA Ever wonder what Miami will be like in the year 2050? What if we asked our children? Sandra Portal Andreu’s Circa/MIA is a one-of-a-kind multi-media performance and film exploring visions of Miami’s future based on drawings, interviews, and dialogue with 37 children across Miami-Dade County, and performed by six of the children’s mothers. The performance is accompanied by the eclectic live sounds of Miami’s own, Afrobeta. Explore how the hopes and dreams of a child can inform our notions of the past, present, and future of our coastal city on the brink of climate crisis.


Such Rooted Things is a new dance work that speaks powerfully to its place and time, connecting our human stories to the environment in which we live and the fragile ecology of coastal South Florida. The work combines movement, film, and original music into a multidimensional theater experience that is at once timely, relevant and poignant, exploring climate change through an intergenerational lens. Such Rooted Things Conceived by Dale Andree. Choreography by Thryn Saxon, Brad Beakes, and Dale Andree with NWD Project Dancers.


COVID-19 Considerations: This show will be presented live to a limited audience with COVID-19 protocols in place. All guests must register in advance, and be ready to present their E-ticket on their mobile device at the door, for a contactless experience. All are required to adhere to social distancing guidelines (6 ft.) and wear the appropriate facial coverings correctly throughout the event, except when eating or drinking. Parental supervision required for children at the event. We appreciate your understanding as we work to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff in attendance.