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The ArtsEmerson leadership team on the practice of using the Emerson Paramount Center and Cutler Majestic Theatre marquees for far more than show promotion.   We have made a habit of using our marquees to speak to the city about the values of the College and ArtsEmerson pretty much since the new leadership team took over in January of 2015. We have had messages about Charleston and Orlando, they celebrated the Supreme Court decision on Gay Marriage,…

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  ArtsEmerson, HowlRound, and Emerson College are proud to share the Ford Foundation’s announcement today, that P. Carl, PhD., is one of the 25 new Artists for Change Fellows. The fellowships will support visionary artists and cultural leaders in creating powerful works of art that help advance freedom, justice, and inclusion, and strengthen our democracy. According to the Ford Foundation, “the artists and cultural leaders selected for Art of Change fellowships all have a demonstrated…

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  “A technical marvel from start to finish…It’s difficult to convey how incredibly moving it can be.” – South Shore Critic “This is experimental theater that can be enjoyed by anybody. It’s full of humanity and engages an audience in a way that no movie or traditional play ever can.  In the end, ‘Home’ throws open it’s doors and welcomes you to the party.  Don’t refuse this invitation.” – Boston Theater Examiner “Wise and witty,…

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Thank you for joining us for Home! It’s a thrill to have Geoff Sobelle and his collaborators on the Robert J. Orchard Stage and we hope you agree. Share your favorite moments or memories of the homes that housed you in the comments below. For some thoughts on where Bostonians and other luminaries find home check out this post on our blog. We hope you stop by again soon!

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The population of Boston has long been enamored with magic and the art of illusion. Not only did the citizenry love to witness something unexplainable, the city was also once ground zero for hopeful would-be magicians. In the late 1800’s, on Court Street in downtown Boston, one of the only “Magic Schools” in the country first opened its doors. For $75, you could learn how to escape from a pair of handcuffs from a professional instructor…

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