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World Premiere ‘The Cubans’ Delves Into Family Generations

Michael Leon’s world premiere The Cubans at Miami New Drama delivers an almost tactile depiction of how an extended family with multiple generations prioritize family unity while trying to preserve their culture and values against social pressure to assimilate and their children embrace a diverse outside world.

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Amparo Immersion Theater Is More Effective Than you Expect

The experience of losing everything to the Cuban revolution, the visceral experience of being oppressed, the experience of leaving your beloved country, those are the hallmarks of the surprisingly effective immersive drama Amparo.

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Amparo Aims To Immerse Patrons In Cuban Epic Tale

Its creators acknowledge that the drama Amparo has familiar elements, especially the story of a family escaping Cuba and finding success in a new land. But the way the story is designed to surround and immerse patrons so that they see, hear and feel what the characters are undergoing – thereby making a unique connection even for viewers who are not Cuban-American.

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