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PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Ryan Walsh

  In interviews, Liza Jessie Peterson often talks about The Peculiar Patriot as a love story. Her heroine, she points out, was modeled on the people she would see waiting in long lines in the middle of the night on Manhattan’s Columbus Circle for the buses that were going to take them to see their incarcerated loved ones in upstate New York prisons. They would travel through the night, some as much as eight hours,…

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Join us for a lively discussion of how books that explore pressing social and political issues spark dialogue and affect perceptions. The Nieman Foundation, Columbia University’s Journalism School, ArtsEmerson, and the Huntington Theatre Company invite you to: J. ANTHONY LUKAS BOOK AWARDS’ 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018 7pm: Reception 7:30pm: Panel Discussion FREE w/ RSVP Location: Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, 527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116   Featuring Panelists:   Kirsten Greenidge –…

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  “Who will believe thee, Isabel? My unsoiled name, the austereness of my life, My vouch against you and my place i’ the state, Will so your accusation overweigh That you shall stifle in your own report, And smell of calumny. I have begun.” —Measure for Measure, Act II, Scene iv Over the past thirty years of making, producing and presenting theater, I thought I had become resilient to the ways in which the news…

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Based on the opening night reactions, Shakespeare’s forgotten son won’t be forgotten for much longer. Hamnet runs NOW – OCT 7. Get tickets now!  “ABSOLUTELY stunning & gorgeous.” – @TankWitch “Haunting, funny, and complex. Brilliantly performed and staged.” – @BrianJPick “It was otherworldly and so beautiful!” “It was amazing, I want to see it again.” “What a great performance, loved the video effects.” And check out the press reviews so far, too!

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Making a space for myself in the world of theater, and building a sustained career in it, was an all-consuming effort that lasted the better part of 20 years. I couldn’t afford graduate school or to gain experience via low pay, or unpaid, internships. I had day jobs and side hustles, paying my bills with jobs bartending and data management consulting. I didn’t have a steady paycheck in the theater until I was 40. I…

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