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“There’s a bit of a passionate Internet fan community that’s grown up around the film Mr. Nobody… In Van Dormael’s lyrical fantasia, it isn’t the truth that keeps Nemo alive, but his lies.” ★ ★ ★ ★ – The Washington Post on 2009’s Mr. Nobody, written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael. Read the entire review here. With the help of choreographer Michèle Anne De Mey, Van Dormael summons a similar fantasia in Cold Blood (and it’s…

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    With Cold Blood right around the corner, we’ve been on the lookout for examples of nano-dance in popular culture. What’s nano-dance you ask? While people have been expressing human emotions via their hands, both on and off stage, the term itself is relatively new. The basic definition is: “the choreography of hands and fingers set inside a tiny universe of inanimate objects.” One source credits the Astragales team with its recent surge in…

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Torrey Pines tells a trans-queer-punk, coming-of-age story, rich with ‘90s pop-culture references—everything from Star Trek to Nintendo—via a stop-motion animated film with a live band creating the soundtrack.  In honor of the show’s Boston appearance, we made our own stop-motion animation film about 90’s nostalgia. Enjoy! Comment below with what YOU remember about the 90’s!   — “View this gem the way it was meant to be seen – larger than life and accompanied by…

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  It’s an animated film. It’s a live pop-rock band. It’s a queer, coming-of-age road trip like none other. It’s Torrey Pines. When audiences visit Torrey Pines at the Emerson Paramount Center in February, they’ll experience the entire soundtrack and sound effects created live by a three piece band and a talented foley artist, but the history of this show starts over a decade ago, when creator Clyde Petersen wrote an autobiographical piece of music about his…

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Over the past century, Bostonians have seen many opera companies come and go, leaving artists and audience goers alike wondering “is Boston really an opera city?” We’ve seen small and large opera companies and organizations fall due to slow fund-raising in a down economy, budget cuts, and lack of appropriate venue spaces. Those of us in the arts community know that there is a presence of opera in this city. We know that Boston is…

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