Month: November 2011

  • Month: November 2011
November 21, 2018 | Theatre,

Stories of Immigration in Pop Culture

The stories of immigration are stories of hope, strength and perseverance. Plays like Alex Alpharaoh’s WET: A DACAmented Journey are instances of necessary humanity amongst the noise of the news...

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November 14, 2018 | Theatre,

Manual Cinema Comes Back to Boston!

It has been almost a year since Chicago-based theatre troupe Manual Cinema stunned Boston with their magical performance of Ada/Ava. This multimedia masterpiece, which showcased Manual Cinema’s unique use of...

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November 9, 2018 | Theatre,

WET: A DACA-mented Journey – Supplemental Guide

Whether you are preparing to experience WET or you have seen it multiple times, there is a lot to process and dig deeper into. Knowing this, we put together a...

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November 9, 2018 | Theatre,

The Hip-Hop Songs That Inspire Alex Alpharaoh

  The voice of Alpharaoh, as he’s known artistically, makes meaning of the experience through hip-hop lyricism. “I’m an MC first and then I’m everything else,” he says. “The storytelling...

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November 8, 2018 | Theatre, What Did You Think?,

Let’s Talk About WET: A DACA-mented Journey

Thank you joining us for Cara Mia and Ignite/Arts’ production of WET: A DACAmented Journey. We want to know what you thought, so please leave your comments below. Did you learn...

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November 8, 2018 | Theatre,

The Boston Globe interviews WET’s Alex Alpharaoh: “I’m tired of hiding. I’m a human being.”

  “I can walk out of this theater,” Alpharaoh said in a phone interview from Dallas, “get arrested for some bogus reason, and all they need is the quote unquote...

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November 7, 2018 | Theatre,

WET’s Alex Alpharaoh on WGBH’s Greater Boston

“How do you deal with that constant fear?” – Jim Braude “Turn it into art!” – Alex Alpharaoh Hit play on this must-see interview that aired last night on WGBH....

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November 6, 2018 | News, Theatre, Race and Equity,

Immigration Reform and the 2018 Midterms

We’ve all experienced it for months at this point; the current election cycle is a ceaseless storm of sound bites and inconsistent information. Like a radio scanner bouncing between channels,...

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