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[testimonial_slide author=”Miami Herald”]Miami Motel Stories: Little Havana doesn’t ask us to suspend disbelief; it begs us to believe in our humanity [/testimonial_slide]
[testimonial_slide author=”American Theatre”]This year, and for two years to follow, Juggerknot will continue the work of showing us our neighborhoods, opening our doors to the world, and calling out: Come on in. Dale![/testimonial_slide][testimonial_slide author=”CultureViewMIA”]Miami Motel Stories, the marvelously inventive blend of theater, history, and neighborhood invocation running in Little Havana’s deliciously dilapidated Tower Hotel, is a hit. [/testimonial_slide][testimonial_slide author=”Miami New Times”]In added proof that the 305 is flush with serious talent,the Juggerknot Theatre Company is producing The Crocodile’s Bite at Samuel French’s 40th Annual Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival (OOB) in NYC this week.[/testimonial_slide][testimonial_slide author=”Miami New Times”]The word juggernaut means “an overpowering force,” and appropriately the artistic director of Juggerknot Theatre Company, Tanya Bravo, is tapping into the powerful force of theater by pushing limits — both artistic and geographic.[/testimonial_slide][testimonial_slide author=”Entertainment News + Views”]If the Idea of theater is to entertain, enlighten and induce critical thinking, then Juggerknot is a burgeoning success story.[/testimonial_slide][testimonial_slide author=”The Miami Herald”]Steppenwolf meets MTV in audiovideo and land the world premiere of one acts plays by Michael John Garces.[/testimonial_slide]

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