Performing Arts

February 12, 2015 5:57 PM

Microtheater Miami an open door to talent

For the past three years, Microtheater Miami has been a hub for artists. It’s been a meeting point for creative energies where experienced and not so experienced actors, directors, and script writers come together and showcase their works to the public.

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