Now at the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora

Now at the 

American Museum 

of the Cuban Diaspora

Your tickets include

Complimentary welcome toast by 
The Real Havana Club
A preview of 
the new immersive Cuban exhibit at the American Museum of the Cuban Diáspora
Seating to our one-act drama inspired 
by Robby Ramos’ grandfathers plight 
as a political prisioner
Exclusive access to our rum lounge 
with craft cocktails brought to you 
by The Real Havana Club

Take a walk through 1960s Cuba to the present day

About Us

The history

About the play

Inspired by the writers grandfather’s experience as a political prisoner in el Presidio Modelo at Isla de Pinos, we explore the crossroads between family and political ideology. Emotional, rooted in character, at times comedic and absurd, The Walls Have Ears is a love letter to cuban political prisoners and the cuban diaspora.





1. What is the main theme of "The Walls Have Ears"?

The play delves into the profound narrative of Cuban political prisoners and highlights the inhumane practices in Cuba over the past six decades. Crafted by the children of Cuban exiles, it's not just a performance but a heartfelt tribute to our history.

2. How long is the play?

"The Walls Have Ears" runs for approximately 1 hour. However, attendees are encouraged to arrive earlier to explore a museum exhibit that journeys from 1950s Cuba to the present day.

3. Is there an age limit for attendees?

Due to the mature themes discussed in the play, it is recommended for ages 13 and up. Children under 13 should be accompanied by an adult.

4. Where is the play taking place?

The play is set in the Museum of the Cuban diaspora, located in Miami. 1200 Coral Way, Miami, FL 33145, Estados Unidos

5. What can I expect after the play?

Post-performance, guests are invited to unwind in our rum garden, savoring cocktails, cigars, and delightful bites available for purchase.