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At a Q&A on the final night, a Cuban film director stood up and said that such a production would not have been possible five or six years ago.
Now the show moves on to Miami, where the Miami Light Project will host the U.S. debut on March 11-13. From there, the group hopes to stage other performances around the country.
Lewis has more plans. He wants to once again mix video with live performance, this time with two children's choirs — one Cuban and one American.
When Lewis is asked if he'd try to mount another production in Cuba, his revolutionary zeal momentarily ebbs.
Maybe, he says.
"We have all these relationships, and a track record. In some ways, it would be easier to do another project."
But Yang suggests that next time, the Cubans should come here.
For more information, visit projectporamor.com.
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