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THE ARTSEMERSON BLOG

Over the past century, Bostonians have seen many opera companies come and go, leaving artists and audience goers alike wondering “is Boston really an opera city?” We’ve seen small and large opera companies and organizations fall due to slow fund-raising in a down economy, budget cuts, and lack of appropriate…

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We sat down with Cuisine & Confessions director Shanna Carroll to find out some of her favorite ingredients baked into the show.  1. THE STORIES ARE TRUE. Cuisine & Confessions was built on the real-life personal stories of each cast member. Creation began with extensive story-telling sessions, and directors Shana Carroll and…

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There is a set of rules that curators tend to follow about what gets programmed in certain seasons. Something with gravitas launches the fall, politics and death are tucked into the coldest months, comedies in the spring, and something lovely and light in the summer. Our 2016/2017 season falls right…

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Transcript of Jared Bowen on WGBH Radio this AM: “This just opened last night at Emerson. It was presented by ArtsEmerson, put on at the Majestic/Cutler Theatre. This is an American premiere, so it’s pretty exciting and it’s by the Canadian Circus company Les 7 Doigt de la main, the…

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ArtsEmerson is excited to welcome back Boston favorites and iconic circus troupe, The 7 Fingers. In the past, the circus troupe has wowed the Boston community with performances that incorporate exhilarating acrobatic feats and stunts, along with emotional intimate acting. Co-artistic director David Dower explains why this innovative group is…

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