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Articles by Kevin Becerra

“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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Thank you for joining us for the Ouroboros Trilogy! Whether you caught Naga, Gilgamesh, or Madame White Snake individually or all in one go, we are excited to hear your thoughts on this intentionally different opera experience. Which opera did you see? If you regularly attend opera, what aspects of these productions stood out to you as different? If you have seen more than one, what was your experience of how the stories intertwine? While you’ve got opera on the…

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We sat down with Cuisine & Confessions director Shanna Carroll to find out some of her favorite ingredients baked into the show.  1. THE STORIES ARE TRUE. Cuisine & Confessions was built on the real-life personal stories of each cast member. Creation began with extensive story-telling sessions, and directors Shana Carroll and Sebastien Soldevila extracted facts, themes, and images and wove them throughout each act, all based on these real stories. 2. ALL MUSIC IS ORIGINAL. The…

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There is a set of rules that curators tend to follow about what gets programmed in certain seasons. Something with gravitas launches the fall, politics and death are tucked into the coldest months, comedies in the spring, and something lovely and light in the summer. Our 2016/2017 season falls right in line with these trends. For proof look no further than the intense examination of government surveillance and self-loathing in January (Our Secrets) and the…

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