Watch your heart out when you see all of the amazing movies at Aventura AMC 24 in Miami.
Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this theater, it's no different.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this theater is a great spot for families.
A great date night can be spent at the drive-in theater.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We are an International Dance Expo focused on shining a spotlight on our vibrant dance community in South Florida.
What is IDE2016?
The aim of the International Dance Expo is simple but bold:
• To shine a spotlight on the colorful, artistic, and passionate dancers in our community
• To provide an elegant and fun environment for local dance companies to network, exhibit their talent and gain more students and recognition
• Build and grow the Miami dance community and culture on a local, national and international level through cultural exchange and skillful displays
We are stronger together, and excite the communities we serve by connecting in a positive and non competitive environment that shows our diversity and love of dance.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
When you step into this room filled with so much movement, diversity, and talent - we want you to be able to be inspired to choose the dance style or music that speaks to your heart. During our 2 hour cocktali party you will enjoy an evening of dance shows, shopping from local dance vendors, and short intro dance lessons. Who knows - you may find your next hobby, or life's passion!
What do you love most about your job?
We love seeing our dance community grow. We help by creating a space for people to come together to network and learn something new.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"There is nothing like dancing the night away". We get comments like this from our friendly, fun and welcoming dance community.
When he first arrived in Las Vegas, Russian-trained juggler and clown Gregory Popovich incorporated his pet cat Snowbird into his act by chance, to overwhelming audience response. Inspired to expand the furry cast, Popovich headed to a local shelter where he was appalled at the number of abandoned pets. Now touring nationally with stops at Late Show with David Letterman and America’s Got Talent, Popovich leads a four-legged cast of 15 cats and 10 dogs, all former strays before becoming stars and, in some cases, internationally ranked poker players. Pups propel scooters across the stage and double-dutch jump rope as cats shimmy over parallel bars. European-style clowns and mesmerizing jugglers complement bouts of barking and meowing. And this season, the Pet Theater welcomes a new duo into the fold— a miniature horse and goat—who are certain to win audiences' hearts with their hoofed camaraderie and braying banter.
Even when they're against wise-talking computers, most chess games aren't as exciting as the ones that take place at Camelot Days Medieval Festival. The knights, queens, and kings here are all real—or at least as real as you'll find without traveling back to the Renaissance and Medieval eras. During these human chess games, a troupe known as The Royal Chessmen battle it out with swords, staffs, and fists. That's just one of the dozens of entertainment options that take place at Camelot Days Medieval Festival, which packs its grounds with knights on horseback jousting, artisan vendors, musicians, and various eateries.
In addition to watching comedy operas, magic shows, and Medieval games, attendees have a chance to join the spectacle. The festival encourages adults and kids to dress up in family-friendly garb depicting the Renaissance, the Medieval period, or the time when respectable sailors dressed like pirates. Each day, the festival hosts a costume contest, while other guests snap photos and compete for prizes given out to the best shots.
When Ronni Delvalle grabs ahold of one of her mirrored studio's chrome poles, she feels more graceful, beautiful, and self-assured than when she's practicing any other type of dance or fitness. Fueled by a drive to share this empowering form of sensual exercise with women of all shapes and sizes, Delvalle and her a team of female instructors lead a variety of fitness and instructional pole-dancing classes designed to build confidence, tone muscles, and burn calories.
The team also conducts an aerial-yoga course that incorporates soft cloth hammocks suspended from the ceiling, offering a practical alternative to equestrian yoga, which requires students to form downward facing dogs on the backs of speeding Clydesdales.
Body and Soul Dance Theatre has made a name for itself since it twirled onto the scene in 1983. Originally a commercial troupe that performed everywhere from Florida dance clubs to concert halls in South America, the company morphed into a nonprofit in 2002. Since then, it's corralled an ensemble that includes classically trained dancers and former students of the company's classes. Together, these performers create original productions that at times collaborate with local entities such as The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus, their co-stars in 2014's Fall Follies.