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Photo gallery: Performance artist Scott Turner Schofield in South Florida

Transgender performance artist Scott Turner Schofield gave two sold-out shows Friday and Saturday at the Arsht Center in downtown Miami. Here are photos I took before and after the play, Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps, including a reception organized by the Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by a dozen other LGBT South Florida groups. (Click photos to enlarge.)

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Photographer Henry Perez and Pridelines teens.

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More Pridelines teens.

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Even more members of Pridelines.

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Robert Rosenberg of co-presenter Tigertail Productions welcomes Schofield after the performance.

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Michael Vita, secretary-treasurer of the Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, reads a few words after the show.

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Audience members after the show.

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Audience members enjoy the post-show reception.

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Schofield speaks a bit after the show.

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Tobias Packer of Equality Florida addresses the crowd.

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