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PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Blair Nodelman

Astragales utilizes hands in new and fascinating ways. The stories the company creates with hand and finger puppetry combined with stunning production concepts reveals quintessential human truths. In Cold Blood, audiences are taken through moments of love and loss with exceptional beauty all through intricate set design and multimedia innovations while characters are portrayed with just a few pairs of hands. As we move through our daily lives, we often don’t take the time to…

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It’s been five years since Belgian choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey blew Boston audiences away with Kiss & Cry, a unique performance that incorporated hand nano-dancing and miniature sets. ArtsEmerson is thrilled to welcome back their contemporary dance company, Astragales, and their phenomenal, new show Cold Blood. Although it has been a while since the city of Boston has witnessed the magic of nano-dancing, Astragales have been busy touring the world with a number of different…

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ArtsEmerson is proud to be partnering with the Barr Foundation and to be included as part of its ArtsAmplified initiative, a $30 million, six year effort to amplify the leadership of fifteen Massachusetts arts organizations in changing communities. President and Trustee of the Barr Foundation, James E. Canales, announced ArtsAmplified earlier this month: “We have deepened this commitment to the arts out of an abiding belief that artists, arts and creativity are essential to vibrant and…

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Later this month, ArtsEmerson has the pleasure of welcoming back Belgian arts company, Astragales, with their production of Cold Blood. Astragales in was last in Boston in 2013 with their production of Kiss and Cry, which dazzled Boston audiences with their unique style of multimedia, nanodance, and their capacity to captivate audiences through inventive and magnificent movie and choreography techniques.   “This company’s first visit to Boston, with Kiss & Cry,” shares Artistic Director David…

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May has been an incredibly exciting month for us at ArtsEmerson. Just last week we welcomed StepAfrika! back to our stages for their exhilarating show, The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, we saw Mr. Joy embark on its second neighborhood tour, and we have been eagerly preparing for the arrivals of Cold Blood and I Dream: Boston, both happening at the end of this month. We are also incredibly excited to announce our 2018/2019 Season….

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