South Florida novelist Carl Hiaasen set the climax of his 1986 Tourist Season at Miami's Orange Bowl, an event “as famous for its prodigal halftime production as for its superior brand of collegiate football.” Hiaasen's fictional halftime show was themed “The World's a Stage” and featured “a throng of prancing, dancing, capering, miming, rain-soaked Broadway characters in full costume: bewhiskered cats, Yiddish fiddlers, gorgeous chorus girls, two Little Orphan Annies, three Elephant Men, a ...

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