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Colorful Miami Motel Stories: MiMo Is Trip Through Time

How do you get a younger demographic to go see a play? Well, if it isn’t Hamilton, it is difficult, sometimes impossible, to get those, let’s say, under the age of 40-somethings to a live theater performance. But judging by the customer base at Saturday night’s Miami Motel Stories, the site-specific theater piece from Juggerknot Theater Company is on to something.

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New Theatre’s Cuban Spring Plumbs How Generations Define Their Identity As Cubans

The overall picture may seem a bit disjointed and fuzzy, but the world premiere of The Cuban Spring at New Theatre incisively depicts the complexities of Cuban-American families in modern Miami as their American-born generation conflicts with parents struggling with ghosts of their birthplace.

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