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PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Daniel Jones

In celebration of the launch of our 5th Anniversary Season, we threw a challenge to our audiences – take a picture of yourself by ArtsEmerson’s SouthEnd Spectacular (located at the Mass Ave T-Stop), post on social media with #ArtsEmerson and tell us: What are you excited for this season and what is special to you about ArtsEmerson? In exchange, we’re giving one free ticket to our October productions. Needless to say, we’ve been blown away…

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  At ArtsEmerson, we love a good a conversation. Presenting a wide stroke of work from around the world means many varied voices and styles come across our stages– an aspect of the organization that is simultaneously a strength and a challenge. One of our patrons, David Kaplan, experienced the experimental Edgar Allan Poe action-opera RED-EYE to HAVRE de GRACE when it played the Paramount Mainstage in the middle of February. He did not enjoy…

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  Marc Pierre in We Are Proud to Present a Presentation… What happens when you get six actors in a room to rehearse a play about a rehearsal process? In addition to the hysterical and ironic moments that came with rehearsing with a heightened level of meta-theatricality, it also presented a challenge to the artistic team: how do you enter each rehearsal allowing it to feel like a process that is actually a performance? For the…

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  FILMS Bully (2011) The first feature-length documentary to be made in America about the subject, Bully follows a group of students and their families through an entire school year beginning on the first day. This character-driven, cinematic chronicling of the bullying crisis that effects more than 13 million schoolchildren in the US includes stories from parents whose children have committed suicide, a mother who is waiting on her daughter’s court sentencing for bringing a gun…

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  Shakespearean texts have been adapted just about every way imaginable. Disney added some lions to Hamlet and came out with The Lion King; Baz Luhrman found the young Leonardo DiCaprio for his modern, political take on Romeo & Juliet…for better or worse, depending on who you ask. The plays have been twisted into theatrical productions ranging from settings in Nazi Germany to the moon. It seems only natural that musicians should tackle the Bard’s…

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