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Miami Through its Spanish Performing Arts Spaces

Lillian Manzor, Author

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Deep Maps and Performing Arts Spaces in Miami (1950 - 1980)

Miami during this period was known primarily for being a tourist resort characterized by beautiful beaches and soft sand. The arts did not play an important part in the development of Miami as a resort, and theater in particular was insignificant. Indeed, a 1963 tourist guide book stated that "theater in Miami is limited" and proceeded to provide information on the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the Ring Theater at the University of Miami, and to acknowledge the existence of "established 'little theater' groups" such as Studio M Playhouse in Coral Gables.
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