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Miami New Drama’s Inventive A Special Day Finds Whimsy, Melancholy In Fascism’s Rise

Once it gets going, Miami New Drama’s A Special Day, is a hallmark of wily invention and Brechtian artifice, a celebration of theater’s ability to create something from nothing in front of our eyes.

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Miami New Drama, A Fledgling Troupe, Has ‘Special’ Plans

With its short run production of “A Special Day” this week, Michel Hausmann and the fledgling Miami New Drama company begin an ambitious slate of projects that began earlier this year with The Golem of Havana.

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