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Really Commercial Theater: Urban Apparel Lets Audience Shop While They Enjoy The Play

Urban Apparel is not just a store – it is theater, the latest offering from Miami-based The Project [theatre], which specializes in “immersive theater” for its audiences.

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Miami Made Features Off-Beat Works By Mad Cat, The Project Theatre and Mark Della Ventura

Mad Cat Theatre Company’s Paul Tei, Alliance Theatre Lab’s Mark Della Ventura and The Project [theatre], all known for their edgy approach and Gen X/Y/Z-oriented material, are featured in free offerings this weekend at the crockpot of regional performance arts festival, Miami Made.

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After the Revolution at the Caldwell is a Tale of Family Betrayals More than Politics

After the Revolution is a smooth, polished, persuasive production — well-acted and directed — that is intellectually stimulating, but the playwright’s witty repartee undercuts the emotional anguish.

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Jackie Rivera: An Adult At Last in Caldwell’s New Family Drama After the Revolution

Although she just turned 25, Jackie Rivera s best known locally for a procession of pugnacious characters negotiating late adolescence, but now she has the linchpin role as Emma, the idealistic social activist in Caldwell Theatre Company’s season opener, After the Revolution.

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