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ArtsEmerson is proud to bring a variety of shows to our stages–in the past nine seasons, we have seen dance shows like Step Afrika’s The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, multimedia performances like Cold Blood and Ada/Ava, music theater like Octavia E. Butler’s The Parable of the Sower and The Magic Flute, and of course, circus acts like The 7 Fingers’ Reversible. Next week, ArtsEmerson will welcome renowned interdisciplinary artist Raphaëlle Boitel to the Cutler…

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Now in our ninth season, ArtsEmerson has established a reputation for putting the world on stage here in Boston. We take pride in offering audiences access to artists and cultures from around the globe that would otherwise not be seen in the city. ArtsEmerson’s seasons are an opportunity for the adventurous and the curious to explore the world. People frequently ask me how we even choose these shows, they seem so consistently different from each…

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The Cutler Majestic Theatre has been home to over 100 years of productions of numerous musicals, vaudeville performances, opera and films. Soon the historic theatre will welcome J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, matching the grandeur of the space with a fantastical set and thrilling plot, as well as When Angels Fall, with phenomenal multidisciplinary artists. As we look forward to When Angels Fall and An Inspector Calls, we wanted to take a look back and…

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In anticipation for When Angels Fall (FEB 20-24), we at ArtsEmerson decided to create an enter-to-win contest, allowing Boston audiences the opportunity to win two free tickets to this show! Inspired by the show, which tells the tale of flightless angels surviving a global apocalypse, ArtsEmerson designed an 8×8 banner, complete with massive angel wings, ready for people to pose, snap, and post! The wings will be traveling around the city but you can currently…

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Raphaëlle Boitel began her career at a young age when her family decided to, quite literally, join the circus. Her family’s involvement in the arts helped guide Boitel towards her career in performance art and theater. Her passion for the aerialist artform and contortionism continued to grow, alongside her talent. In 1992 Boitel joined the National School of Circus Arts Fratellini, an internationally esteemed institution that focuses specifically on educating emerging circus performers and artists,…

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