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Articles by Ryan Walsh

Melinda Lopez performing in Mala with her hands in a prayer position held up to her lips.

Mala, a poignant drama written and performed by Melinda Lopez, made its world premiere as part ArtsEmerson’s 2016/17 Season. We are so happy to collaborate with WGBH and Huntington Theatre to bring this award-winning solo performance into your home as part of our Together Apart series. This award-winning play aired on WGBH 2 and YouTube TV on Thursday, April 9th at 10 p.m. But now, Mala is available for streaming in full through April 10th…

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ArtsEmerson's leadership team David Dower and David C. Howse

ArtsEmerson artistic director David Dower started a conversation in 2015 that is still ongoing in the theater community. Namely, he wanted to carve out space to a comment on the idea that a theater company’s season, specifically one that reflected very little diversity, was not merely an accidental, random occurrence of happenstance. HowlRound published his revealing peak into the behind-the-scenes process of creating a diverse season in August of 2015.

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ENTER TO WIN Whether you’ve taken advantage of our annual 3 Day Sale or not, you can always help spread the word AND be entered to win special prizes! Just use the #AE3DaySale hashtag on Twitter or Instagram, or tag a friend here on this Facebook post, and you’ll be automatically entered to win either a) a pair of tickets to our special summer 2020 event OR b) the grand prize of 1 full season package for…

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Just a mere month away from the kick-off of our celebratory 10th Anniversary Season, Executive Director David C. Howse sat down with The Boston Globe for an interview as part of their “Bold Type” series. Howse discusses the upcoming world premiere of Detroit Red (depicting Malcom X’s Boston years), what it means to aim to be truly inclusive in the arts, and how missteps can be valuable gifts, opening doors for new learning and discussions….

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To tell a tale of social dislocation facilitated by mass media, Manual Cinema set its latest multimedia performance in the recent past. The protagonist of “The End of TV” is isolated from real-life contact and mesmerized by technology, circa the early 1990s. It’s the lure of the television shopping network QVC that ensnares her. That obsession may almost seem quaint today, when most of us carry around a little computer that can function as an…

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