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Established in 1988 by Founder and Chairman Dr. Lawrence E. Stein, Actors’ Playhouse has produced 150 Mainstage productions including Broadway and Off-Broadway style…

285 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US

This gorgeous, 80-year-old theater is one of the best bits of deco anywhere off the Beach. Today, the Actors Playhouse company puts on productions in the three performance spaces…

280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is truly a unique place. Here you can walk garden paths surrounded by the wonders and beauty of nature, talk to experts in horticulture,…

10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral, Coral Gables, FL 33156, US

The Coral Gables Art Cinema is a state-of-the-art theater that opened in October of 2010 and is one of the best, most comfortable and highest grossing art houses in South Florida,…

260 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US

The Museums mission is to celebrate, investigate and explore the civic arts of architecture and urban and environmental design, including fostering an appreciation for the history…

285 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US

Coral Gables was one of the first planned communities, and prefigured the development of the gated community and the homeowners association. It is infamous for its strict zoning…

997 North Greenway Drive , Coral Gables, Florida 33134, US

Biltmore Hotel: discover the best Miami luxury experiences at our award winning hotel. Five Star Golf, Spa & Cuisine. Stunning Pool, Meetings & Celebrations.

1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134, USA

From its origins in three classrooms in 1950, the history of the reflects an unswerving commitment to fulfill its mission to serve the University of Miami as a teaching resource,…

1301 Stanford Drive , Coral Gables, FL 33134 , US

Neiman Marcus is a renowned specialty store dedicated to merchandise leadership and superior customer service. We will offer the finest fashion and quality products in a welcoming…

390 San Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33146, USA

A private research university with more than 16,000 students from around the world, the University of Miami is a vibrant and diverse academic community focused on teaching and…

5225 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33146, -1

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Saturday, 12/14 “A master class in endless narrative inventiveness and an ode to the resourceful and collaborative spirit of hands-on filmmaking, One Cut of the Dead amounts to an explosively hilarious rarity.” – Carlos Aguilar, Los Angeles Times While shooting a low-budget zombie film in an abandoned warehouse, the crew find themselves caught between actual zombies and a mad director who won’t stop rolling. If you think you know what happens next, think again. Shot on a budget of only $25,000, One Cut of the Dead has grossed over $30 million at the box office and has been heralded as the “best zombie comedy since Shaun of the Dead.” Credit writer-director Shinichiro Ueda who turns the film on its head more than once for one of the wildest, funniest, and most surprising zombie movies of all time. After Hours is the best films you never saw on the big screen (or maybe you did) from late-night cult classics to foreign favorites and even summer blockbusters every Saturday night often on 35mm. Tickets include a free popcorn and happy hour. Please note that unclaimed pre-ordered tickets will be sold to the rush line 30 mins after showtime. After Hours Membership As […]

“For all those blasé skeptics who do not believe in Santa Claus—and likewise for all those natives who have grown cynical about New York—but most especially for all those patrons who have grown weary of the monotonies of the screen, let us heartily recommend… Miracle on 34th Street.” – Bosley Crowther, The New York Times A perennial Christmas classic, Miracle on 34th Street tells the story of a department store Santa Claus (lovingly played by Edmund Gwenn) who claims to be the real Claus. In spite of his good nature and widespread appeal, poor Kris Kringle is put on trial for his claim, putting everyone’s faith to the test. Over seventy years after its premiere, the film continues to delight audiences and charm even the staunchest nonbeliever. This is not least in part to Gwenn’s costar, Natalie Wood, as 8-year-old Susan, whose mother Doris (Maureen O’Hara) is raising her up to not believe in Santa. In its day, the film won three Academy Awards: Best Actor (Gwenn), Best Writing, Original Story (Valentine Davies) and Best Writing, Screenplay (Seaton). This film is appropriate for ages 6 and up. Culturally rich, inexpensive family fun featuring beloved classics and new favorites for all […]

Saturday, 12/7 “[Die Hard] changed the grammar of action movies…it’s a near-perfect example of its form.” – Tom Breihan, The AV Club New York cop and all-around badass John McClane (Bruce Willis) arrives in LA to reconcile with his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) at her employer’s Christmas Eve party. Just after McClane arrives at the Nakatomi Corporation building, a group of 13 terrorists, led by German anarchist Hans Gruber (the late Alan Rickman in his first feature film role), violently take over the festivities in order to steal $640 million. Only McClane eludes capture and it’s up to him to stop the bad guys in one of the best Christmas movies of all time. After Hours is the best films you never saw on the big screen (or maybe you did) from late-night cult classics to foreign favorites and even summer blockbusters every Saturday night often on 35mm. Tickets include a free popcorn and happy hour. Please note that unclaimed pre-ordered tickets will be sold to the rush line 30 mins after showtime. After Hours Membership As a member, you are supporting the continued success of our After Hours program. Yearly After Hours membership pays for itself with reduced-price […]

Opens December 6 “The Aeronauts achieves impressive elevation as a bracing and sympathetic account of two early and very different aviators who together reached literal new heights in a perilous field of endeavor.” – Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter In 1862, daredevil balloon pilot Amelia Wren (Felicity Jones) teams up with pioneering meteorologist James Glaisher (Eddie Redmayne) to advance human knowledge of the weather and fly higher than anyone in history. But they face physical and emotional challenges in the thin air, as the ascent becomes a struggle for survival. Redmayne and Jones earned an Oscar and an Oscar nomination respectively for The Theory of Everything in 2014. And director Tom Harper (Wild Rose) transmutes a real-life story into the wonder-filled adventure of the season. The Gables Cinema is the only art cinema in the southeastern United States equipped to screen films in 70mm, the high-resolution format that became synonymous with the medium’s epics and films of exceptional visual grandeur. To see a film projected in this format is to see them in their full splendor, with pristine image and detailed sound. New screenings are added throughout the year. Check out the rest of our See It In 70mm program!

“Engrossing and incisive. Performances simply take the breath away.” – Sarah Crompton, WhatsOnStage “Timely, very moving and beautifully delivered by the superb Alex Jennings and Lindsay Duncan.” – Sarah Hemming, Financial Times See two-time Olivier Award winners, Lindsay Duncan (Birdman, About Time) and Alex Jennings (The Lady in the Van, The Queen), in this brand-new play by Simon Wood, broadcast live from the National Theatre in London. It’s a summer’s morning in 1988 and Tory politician Robin Hesketh has returned home to the idyllic Cotswold house he shares with his wife of 30 years, Diana. But all is not as blissful as it seems. Diana has a stinking hangover, a fox is destroying the garden, and secrets are being dug up all over the place. As the day draws on, what starts as gentle ribbing and the familiar rhythms of marital scrapping quickly turns to blood-sport. The Friday 12/6 screening features English subtitles as part of our accessibility initiative. National Theatre Live is a groundbreaking project to broadcast the best of British theatre live from the London stage to cinemas around the world including the Coral Gables Art Cinema! Tickets to these special screenings are $20 and under ($16 for […]

“Like East of Eden replayed as a hyperbolic rock fever.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly Rock star Prince plays “the Kid”, a headstrong, vulnerable young musician who leads his band The Revolution in 1984 Minneapolis. After meeting aspiring singer Apollonia (Apollonia Kotero), the Kid discovers that talent alone isn’t all he needs to succeed but his jealous and violent behavior – common in his toxic household – threatens to wreck the Revolution and any hope of keeping Apollonia from the clutches of Morris Day. Purple Rain’s score deservedly won an Academy Award and the titular album won a Grammy. About Prince’s first starring role, Cynthia Kirk of Variety writes, “Playing a character rooted in his own background, and surrounded by the real-life members of his Minneapolis-based musical ‘family,’ rock star Prince makes an impressive feature film debut… a rousing contemporary addition to the classic backstage musical genre.” Let’s go crazy and rock out with Prince and Purple Rain-inspired karaoke starting at 11:00 pm, just before the feature film presentation. After Hours is the best films you never saw on the big screen (or maybe you did) from late-night cult classics to foreign favorites and even summer blockbusters every Saturday night […]

Friday, 11/29 to Thursday, 12/5 “There are any number of movies about gay men trying to liberate themselves from the long shadow of heteronormative oppression … but few have been told with the extraordinary nuance and compassion of Temblores.” – David Ehrlich, IndieWire “This strong second feature from Guatemalan talent Jayro Bustamente doesn’t ask new questions, but its sensuous, reverberating atmospherics find fresh, angry ways to answer them.” – Guy Lodge, Variety When handsome and charismatic Pablo (Juan Pablo Olyslager) arrives at his affluent family’s home, everyone is eagerly awaiting the return of the prodigal son, devoted father and caring husband. A pillar of Guatemala City’s Evangelical Christian community, Pablo’s announcement that he intends to leave his family for another man sends shock waves through the family. In the deeply personal follow-up to his landmark debut Ixcanul, Jayro Bustamente once again sets his sights on an individual caught between two irreconcilable worlds. Winner of the Best Latin Film at San Sebastian, Temblores catapults Bustamente to the front ranks of Spanish-language directors. Unity Coalition is a community partner for the Miami Theatrical Run of Temblores. Tickets to these screenings are $11.75 and under. Cinema members pay only $8. Check out the […]

“This is perhaps the only science-fiction film that can be called transcendental.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly Modern science fiction wouldn’t be what it is today if not for Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, the seminal –sci-fi film that depicted a multicultural, dystopian future filled with massive corporate advertising, thick pollution, and flying cars. Central to this world are replicants, human-like androids with limited life spans built by the Tyrell Corporation. When four of them escape from an off-world colony to Earth, retired cop Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is tasked with hunting them down. At its core, the film is a noir that tackles arguably the most pertinent question in our history as a species: what does it mean to be human? Rutger Hauer plays the renegades’ leader, Roy Batty, whose rugged physique and violent acts belie a soul yearning for life and the freedom to live it. His climactic monologue, which Hauer rewrote without Scott’s knowledge, is as memorable as the film itself and perfectly captures the wish for our memories and experiences to never fade away. With Hauer’s passing earlier this year and the film’s November 2019 setting, now is the perfect time to revisit a quintessential humanist film. […]

“You get a singer like this once in a generation or two.” – Wynton Marsalis Miami born-and-raised Cécile McLorin Salvant turned 30 in August and already has won three Jazz Vocals Grammys. Anchored around an immaculate recording of one of her recent concerts, co-directors Dennis Scholl and Marlon Johnson continue their musical explorations with Singular, the storybook tale of a once-in-a-lifetime talent who has taken the music world by storm. Their film traces the meteoric rise from her beginning as a child prodigy of French and Haitian culturally aware parents to her education in Aix-en-Provence, her breakout success as winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition and beyond. At her age, of course, McLorin Salvant remains very much an artist-in-the-making. At film’s end, you realize the work of art is herself. Dennis Scholl and Marlon Johnson will introduce the film and take questions from the audience in the company of Léna, McLorin Salvant’s mother and inspiration. In addition to our new releases, be sure to join us for these special limited, or one-time-only, screenings. Check out the rest of our Special Presentation program!

Friday, 11/22 to 11/28 “Intense, feverish, unhinged, deranged, digressive, implacable, impressive.” – Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter “Astonishing, maddening, brilliant, hilarious, obstinate, and altogether unmissable.” – David Ehrlich, IndieWire Disillusioned Israeli Yoav (Tom Mercier), who has absconded to Paris following his military training and has disavowed Hebrew, falls into an emotional and intellectual triangle with a wealthy bohemian couple, and frequently finds himself objectified, both politically and sexually, in Nadav Lapid’s powerful film about language and physicality, masculinity and nationhood. A bold and haunting expression of the impossibility of escaping one’s roots, based on the director’s real life experiences, Synonyms became the first Israeli film to win the Golden Bear for Best Film at the Berlin Film Festival. Tickets to these screenings are $11.75 and under. Cinema members pay only $8. Check out the rest of our New Releases program!

Gables Bike Tour November 17 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Jewish Influence in the Gables From a world famous architect to nationally recognized campus worship center, to creators of our city’s main street, Gables history is enriched by the influx of Jewish families after World War II. Visit significant buildings and sites, learning the stories behind the facades. $10; $5 for Museum and Bike Walk Coral Gables members and children under 12.

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