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Sadness, Guilt and Catharsis as a Mother Dies in Bilingual 'Mala' at The Old Globe

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Mala is a play by Melinda Lopez about the death of her mother, and earlier, her father. The play was first performed in 2016 at ArtsEmerson in Boston. Now it's at The Old Globe in San Diego, with both English and Spanish performances. Lopez offers moments of humor, but her title is telling.
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Sadness, Guilt and Catharsis as a Mother Dies in Bilingual 'Mala' at The Old Globe

Playwright Melinda Lopez in “Mala” at The Old Globe. Photo by Rich Soublet IIOne play. Two languages. Two solo performers. In one week.It isn’t often that a theater critic gets to see two perspectives on the same play. In two different languages.In “Mala,” playwright/performer Melinda Lopez is telling about the death of her mother, and earlier, her father. She’s relating parent-caregiving stories from other people, and offering a bit about her f…

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