Actors Ronald Peet (left), as the Cuban revolutionary Teo, and Liba Vaynberg as Rebecca, the idealistic daughter, in "The Golem of Havana" during its debut run at LaMama E.T.C. in 2013.
Actors Ronald Peet (left), as the Cuban revolutionary Teo, and Liba Vaynberg as Rebecca, the idealistic daughter, in "The Golem of Havana" during its debut run at LaMama E.T.C. in 2013. Carol Rosegg
Actors Ronald Peet (left), as the Cuban revolutionary Teo, and Liba Vaynberg as Rebecca, the idealistic daughter, in "The Golem of Havana" during its debut run at LaMama E.T.C. in 2013. Carol Rosegg

New Miami musical ‘The Golem of Havana’ evokes struggle against oppression

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