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Articles by Kevin Becerra

After 21 performances, Mala has ended its run at in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box. It has been an incredible experience to see Melinda Lopez and the creative team bring this powerful experience to life. It has also been a great privilege to have so many audience members attend and engage in conversation. Mala’s honesty allowed us room to think about how chaotic and emotionally demanding caregiving can be, and how difficult those truths can be to talk…

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  In February of 2015 I was sitting in a theater in Budapest watching Bela Pinter’s Our Secrets play out in the immediate aftermath of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s speech declaring that “multicultural society has been a failure” and reaffirming Vladimir Putin’s call for an “illiberal democracy”. Putin, come to think of it, was just leaving Hungary on the day we arrived, having come to celebrate Orban. At the time, I was struck by the…

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Thank you for joining us for Gare St. Lazare Ireland’s production of Here All Night. This is third time the company has crossed the pond to join us in the Paramount Center. Each time they arrive they push our understanding of what they can accomplish. This mash up of prose by Beckett, installation art, and music creates a unique experience that stands out in our season for its innovative form. What was your experience of the…

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“Dear incomprehension, it’s thanks to you I’ll be myself, in the end.” – Samuel Beckett, The Unnamable I just recently saw the Frida Kahlo now on display at the MFA called Dos Mujeres. It’s a rather straight forward painting of two women next to each other from early in Kahlo’s body of work. As someone obsessed with Frida’s work, I love to speculate about the significance of this painting and how it factored into Frida’s…

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We are so glad that you joined us at the Paramount Theatre for the wild ride that is Machine de Cirque! Please take some time to share you thoughts in the comments. There’s something particularly magical about a performance without dialogue. It allows for audiences to gather regardless of language barrier and find their own interpretation of stories told through movement. What did you take away from the performance? Was there a particular act that…

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