Don't cut it back. That is usually a sign of temporary drought stress. Try to keep the soil moist. It would do best in morning sun and afternoon shade. Provide some nutrients by fertilizing with a liquid plant food such as Miracle Gro once or twice a week for a few weeks. You Brugmansia will get greener and resume vigorous growth. You should have lots more blooms in late summer and early fall.
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