Colorism is not discussed openly enough in African American, African, and African diasporic communities. It is our third rail, and the pain, embarrassment, and humiliation from its legacy still lingers with us even today.
Melinda Lopez readies Mala for its Boston return
Last fall, ArtsEmerson presented the world premiere of Mala, Huntington playwright-in-residence Melinda Lopez’s gorgeous, deeply personal, and unforgettable one-woman play about loss, family, and what it means to be human.
In the midst of trying to ...
Stephen Spinella and Dan Butler in WARHOLCAPOTE
With WARHOLCAPOTE, an unprecedented look at Warhol’s Marilyn portfolio, plus a series of fascinating post-production conversations
There is little doubt that WARHOLCAPOTE, now in previews at the American Repertory Theater, is one of the most compelling ...
Audiences, as well, have been impressed and moved by the play, especially those who have recently lost a loved one.
“I actually want you to be a little changed when you leave the theater. That’s my goal.”