Month: October 2016

  • Month: October 2016
October 31, 2016 | Events, News,

Read Mayor Walsh’s Proclamation for “Melinda Lopez Day”

Proclamation Melinda Lopez Day in the City Of Boston WHEREAS: Playwright, actor, and educator Melinda Lopez has produced a sizable body of work spanning the last two decades and has garnered...

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October 31, 2016 | Theatre,

The Guest House (Mala’s Coda)

  coda noun   co·da \ˈkō-də\ : an ending part of a piece of music or a work of literature or drama that is separate from the earlier parts : something that ends and...

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October 27, 2016 | What Did You Think?,

What did you think of Mala?

  We’d love to hear your thoughts on Melinda Lopez’s Mala. What did you think of this unsentimental journey? What element of the story did you relate to? What’s something...

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October 24, 2016 | Theatre,

What Emersonians are Saying About Mala

Next weekend, Melinda Lopez’s new one-woman show Mala is opening at ArtsEmerson, and here in the student engagement office, we’ve been thinking a lot about how to talk to our...

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October 18, 2016 | Notes From Leadership,

Killing Me Softly

The quiet weeping. The convulsive laughter. The surge of sympathy for a character that suddenly turns to empathy when you realize it’s your story they are telling. Beauty. Intelligence. Grace....

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October 7, 2016 | News, Theatre,

Introducing the Robert J. Orchard Stage at Emerson/Paramount Center

On October 6, 2016 ArtsEmerson and Emerson College renamed the Paramount main stage the “Robert J. Orchard Stage” in honor of Rob’s incredible career in the arts and for the...

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October 5, 2016 | What Did You Think?,

What Did You Think of Here All Night?

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...

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October 4, 2016 | Theatre,

The Gift of Not “Getting It”

“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...

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