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Articles by Blair Nodelman

A black and white image with the text that says "A Behind the Scenes Look at Parable of the Sower"

It takes almost a year from when a production is chosen for our season to full realization on stage. From estimating space needs and resources, renting equipment and scheduling crew, to production schedules and load in, production of a show is all about collaboration. Our entire production department of 15 is wholly committed to making sure each artist’s vision is respected and brought to life. The following is a glimpse of the process through our…

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When See You Yesterday came to ArtsEmerson just about a year ago, we were absolutely blown away by the beauty and power of the storytelling, translating pain into performance. It is a production that sits deeply within our memories and we were honored to talk with members of the Global Arts Corps and Phare Circus, co-creators of See You Yesterday. Artistic Director David Dower was joined in conversation with Global Arts Corps Founder Michael Lessac…

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This post was written by Stuart Beacham, our audio supervisor, to help all of our audience members achieve the best at home theatre experience. As we continue to adapt to this new normal, traditional venues for the arts and entertainment have moved to the digital world. As presenters living in this digital medium, the way in which our audience experiences the content we share is still as important today as it was when our theaters…

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A black banner image with a black and white picture of Toshi Reagon laughing and clasping her hands.

Parable Path Boston will kick-off on May 22 with a stream of the concert version Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower from NYU Abu Dhabi as part of the Together Apart series. The event will also include pre and post event conversations with panelists in conversation with Toshi Reagon. To learn more about our panelists, click here. You can leave questions for the panelists here for the pre and post show conversations. You can…

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An image of Eric Berryman, playing Detroit Red/Malcolm X, with his arms up and staring off to the left. There is text that reads "Outstanding New Script - Will Power" "Outstanding Actor Large Theatre - Eric Berryman" and "Detroit Red." There is also the Elliot Norton logo in the upper right corner and the ArtsEmerson logo in the upper left corner.

On May 11th, 2020 the Elliot Norton Awards announced their award winners, honoring New England theatre across the board. For ArtsEmerson, we are particularly thrilled that Detroit Red won two awards: Outstanding New Script — awarded to playwright Will Power — and Outstanding Actor, Large Theatre — awarded to Eric Berryman for his portrayal of Detroit Red/Malcolm X. Thank you to the Elliot Nortons for recognition and congratulations to all the winners! Check out the…

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