During a trio of deftly danced works, Miami City Ballet's Program I captures the playful exuberance of Jerome Robbins' Fanfare, the provocative sensuality of George Balanchine's Bugaku, and the high-leaping grandeur of Theme and Variations—Balanchine's opulent ode to tippy-toes set in a dazzling 19th-century ballroom. Choose from the following options:
There's more to the haunted attractions at South Florida Fairgrounds than a few cheap scares. That's because each was designed with an elaborate scenario in mind, a technique that keeps visitors immersed in their frightening worlds. Wander through the "Flamingo Hotel" and try to stay out of the way of the resident murderesses, or step into a dystopian future brimming with brainwashed hordes in "The New Order." "Vile" taps into the supernatural, bringing visitors face-to-face with ancient curses and demons.
While winter is the best time to engage in "Internetainments" such as solitaire, lonelitaire, and playing charades with your mirror, today's deal will get you back out into the physical world for a little human interaction. For $27, you get one ticket to see the Atlantic Theater Company's production of Ages of the Moon at the Linda Gross Theater in Chelsea (a $65 value). You can use your Groupon to see any performance during the show's run (January 12 to March 7, 2010), so long as there are tickets available. Check out the theater's calendar of show dates and times here.