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Summer Shorts Return With a Miami/ BIPOC / LatinX Flavor

City Theatre’s Summer Shorts vibrates with the unique distinctive essence that exceeds traditional adjectives and can best be captured in the word “Miami.” Indeed, the production is subtitled “Homegrown Edition,” but the venerable company has committed for the first time to brand new works exclusively written by, directed by and acted by BIPOC/LatinX artists who reflect the region’s multi-culturalism.

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New Theatre’s Look At Saturday Night Live Not Ready For Prime Time Never Peaks

New Theatre’s debut of the new, locally written work, Not Ready for Primetime, has a way to go before it is actually ready for prime time

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New Theatre’s Bird In The Hand Is A Flawed But Intriguing Hoot

By Bill Hirschman There’s a moment in New Theatre’s quirky and surprisingly pleasant production of Bird In The Hand that captures the offbeat vibe in this bittersweet comedic memoir about growing up in Miami. Actors are dressed to resemble flamingos, …

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