Rojas’ production of Fernando Arrabal’s Fando y Lis was considered suspect in the climate of 1970s Miami. The two protagonists are lovers in a physically abusive and imposible relationship. Set in an apocalyptic world where dreams are displaced by crude reality of everyday life, the extreme relationship of these two lovers also gives way to the conflict between individual freedom and collective oppression. A play that if anything could be read as a critique of the abuse of power, still created a controversy in some sectors of the exile community. At stake this time was the fact that Arrabal, a playwright that had been an active Anti-Franco spokesperson, was considered communist.