A Mid-Summer’s Night Disco

The international smash hit, The Donkey Show opens its velvet ropes on July 13th for a limited engagement at the Arsht Center. Inspired by William Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this is part theater, part club fantasy and all disco. Photos by Jipsy

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Carolina Pozo and Leah Verier-Dunn play "Vinnie" and "Vinnie", a couple of guys from Queens jere talking to the ladies on line before the show. Photos by Jipsy
On your way in, through the purple lit hallways, disco lights guide you to club Oberon. Photos by Jipsy
Entrance to where you step into the disco heaven that's set up right on the stage of the Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House. Photos by Jipsy
As Sweetness, Marissa Simon dances and boogies as a Disco Girl in the show. Photos by Jipsy
More than a show, this is a party. Dance floor tickets are priced at $45 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays; $60 on Fridays and Saturdays. Photos by Jipsy
Patrons are encouraged to become as emerged in the story and in the production. That includes dancing. Photos by Jipsy
Afros, disco lights and preview special guest DJ, Slammin' Sama of 93.9 MIA mixing the tunes like "I Love The Nightlife" and "Car Wash". Photos by Jipsy
As of August 5th, KC will be hosting "Sunshine Sunday's" as of August 5th, an opportunity to dance with the Miami native and disco legend. Here dancing to "Get Down Tonight" with Katie Stirman as Candi, The Socialite. Photos by Jipsy
Dancing as Peaseblossom, Liony Garcia energizes the dance floor with his ribbon twirling. Photos by Jipsy
Tytania, makes her entrance. Photos by Jipsy
The show, inspired by William Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, will open on July 13. Photos by Jipsy
Fairies dance around Oberon's girlfriend, Tytania. Photos by Jipsy
Executive Vice President Scott Shiller welcomes the crowd to the preview. Photos by Jipsy
This is an opportunity to relive the hedonistic days of the dazzling Studio 54 era. It's a spectacular phenomenon that blends a crazy circus of disco music hits, go-go dancers, roller skaters, feathered divas and a full active bar. Photos by Jipsy
Mr. Oberon, the club owner played by Shira Abergel with Tytania played by Stephanie Chisholm. Photos by Jipsy
Created by Tony Award-Winning Director Diane Paulus and Randy Weiner, The Donkey Show experience encourages the audience to dance and sing along to the greatest hits of the disco ‘70s. Photos by Jipsy
KC of KC and The Sunshine Band dancing with the Miami show choreographer Rosie Herrera. Photos by Jipsy
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