Over the past few months, community leaders have disparaged the Ordway’s pending presentations of Miss Saigon — a play that details the strife of a Vietnamese “bar girl” who falls in love with an American G.I, eventually bearing his child and committing suicide so the child can be raised in the United States. The community leaders have taken their cause to social media and the press to deter patrons from purchasing theater tickets, which range from $26 to $103. Continue Reading →
Ricardo Levins Morales has no illusions that he will become wealthy from his art. His work is aimed squarely at inspiring working people, and supporting their struggle to survive — a struggle he knows first-hand.
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