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Issues, Not Emotions Rule In MiND’s Intriguing New Courtroom Drama ‘Terror’
In a chilly sleek courtroom as clinical as a laboratory dissection tray, thousands of human lives, morality, principles and the law are piled on opposite pans of the scale – except it’s not blind justice holding the scales, but we in the audience in Miami New Drama’s intellectually-challenging courtroom drama Terror, having its American premiere.
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Audience Decides Moral Guilt in Miami New Drama’s Terror
Most courtroom dramas metaphorically use the audience as a jury. But Terror, a German play receiving its U.S. premiere from Miami New Drama this week, literally requires the audience to vote on the defendant’s guilt or innocence to determine the outcome of the play.
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