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We all started this year with an idea of what was the come, preparing for plans that were soon to set in motion and an expectation of what we, individually and as organizations, wanted to accomplished. Of course, several of those plans did not come to fruition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ongoing conversations surrounding race and anti-racist efforts, and the realities these circumstances presented. While there has been immense tragedy, there has also…

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Don’t miss ArtsEmerson Executive Director David C. Howe’s appearance on Dr. Nick Morgan’s #JustOneQuestion show where he talks about his life and work in a moment of racial reckoning on top of a global pandemic. “If you’re from Boston, or been to Boston, you know how important ArtsEmerson in the arts scene here; you can’t get along without it,” Morgan explains in his introduction of Howse before inquiring what a live performance organization does in…

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Photo of Igor Golyak and Wang Chong with text that reads "Get ready for artists conversation: igor golyak and wang chong:

Arlekin Players artistic director Igor Golyak and Théâtre du Rêve Expérimental’s artistic director Wang Chong joined us to discuss State vs. Natasha Banina and the state of online theatre. “I just finished watching the conversation between Igor and Chong—just mind blowing. It’s a real gift: so exciting, positive, hopeful and‘creating the future’ in a time of such stress and fear.” – Joan Lancourt, ArtsEmerson audience member WATCH NOW: Visit HowlRound to start watching now! If…

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On June 17 at 12 pm EDT, ArtsEmerson hosted a Town Hall with Executive Director David C. Howse and Artistic Director David Dower for a conversation centered around the most recent displays of racist acts in the U.S. and the subsequent “organizational commitment” statements to Black Lives Matters and dismantling white supremacy that we’ve seen all across the world from various institutions.Over time, ArtsEmerson has developed a reputation for leadership in Boston’s cultural landscape with…

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A black banner image with a black and white photo of Toshi Reagon, laughing on stage. There is a graphic that reads "Parable Path Boston"

On May 22nd, ArtsEmerson hosted a livestream presentation of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower where nearly 4500 people from all of the world joined us to listen to the powerful music of Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon, performed by a cast of amazing artists at the NYU Abu Dhabi production in 2015. This special evening marked the launch of Toshi’s Parable Path Boston, her year long artist residency at Emerson College. We…

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