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A film crew interviewing Will Power inside Darry'ls Kitchen and Bar in Boston.

“Malcolm was our manhood,” actor Ossie Davis said in Malcolm X’s eulogy, “and, in honoring him, we honor the best in ourselves.” When I was growing up in the Fillmore, a once-predominantly African American neighborhood in San Francisco, there was no larger presence than that of Malcolm X. This was the early 1970s, and Malcolm had been assas- sinated some nine years before. Still, his presence was everywhere in our community: in posters on the…

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ENTER TO WIN Whether you’ve taken advantage of our annual 3 Day Sale or not, you can always help spread the word AND be entered to win special prizes! Just use the #AE3DaySale hashtag on Twitter or Instagram, or tag a friend here on this Facebook post, and you’ll be automatically entered to win either a) a pair of tickets to our special summer 2020 event OR b) the grand prize of 1 full season package for…

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Denis O’ Hare, the prolific actor-writer-activist, has long been the venerable hyphenate, gracefully wielding the status years before he dazzled us on our televisions and movie screens. In his humble recollection, he was once “actor-waiter, an actor-bartender, an actor-temp, even an actor-gardener,” never shedding the performative quality of his identity, a quality whose genesis can be traced back his organ performance at the Michigan State Fair at the age of eight. Around the same time,…

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This past weekend, we were lucky enough to have a few cast members from The 7 Fingers’ upcoming U.S. premiere of Passengers (SEP 25 – OCT 13) join us in Boston to lead a few community workshops, talk with press, and share the artistry and joy of circus. Colton Bradford from NBC learns learns how to support Sabine on his shoulders. Throughout the weekend, we were able to sit down not only with a number…

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ArtsEmerson is an international home for performers worldwide and Boston audiences, bringing together our local communities with global storytelling. As we celebrate 10 Years Bold with our upcoming 10th Anniversary Season, we’ve been fortunate enough to have folks who have been with us since the beginning – and then bringing along their friends, family members, and maybe even their future soulmates. Teri Groome moved downtown from the suburbs of Boston in 2010. As she started…

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