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ArtsEmerson celebrated our 3rd annual The World Alive! Celebration in support of its Annual Operating Fund on March 7th, 2019. An evening filled with generosity and special guest performers, including African jazz, soul, and pop artist Somi and world renown circus performers The 7 Fingers from Montreal. It was a night of festivities and celebrating a legacy of ArtsEmerson programming. L to R: David Maister, Kathy Maister, Deborah SmithPhoto by Randall Garnick Photography. ArtsEmerson’s Annual Operating…

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An Inspector Calls (MAR 14-24) had audiences raving at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater! Check out their reactions to JB Priestley’s classic thriller below: “It’s just worth the trip. I’m still sort of verklempt. It really really hit home.” “It keeps you on the edge of your seat, but also makes you laugh.” “I leaned in. I needed to know more, what is happening!” “It’s one of the best sets I’ve seen in a long time….

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On Monday, February 25th, the nominations for the 23rd Annual Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards were announced, with ArtsEmerson being honored with ten nominations! Best New Play – The White Card (Claudia Rankine) Watch Claudia Rankine discuss The White Card Best Solo Performance – Liza Jessie Peterson (The Peculiar Patriot) Watch the trailer for The Peculiar Patriot Best Ensemble – Born For This Watch creator BeBe Winans talk about his background and Born…

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In anticipation for When Angels Fall (FEB 20-24), we at ArtsEmerson decided to create an enter-to-win contest, allowing Boston audiences the opportunity to win two free tickets to this show! Inspired by the show, which tells the tale of flightless angels surviving a global apocalypse, ArtsEmerson designed an 8×8 banner, complete with massive angel wings, ready for people to pose, snap, and post! The wings will be traveling around the city but you can currently…

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Our current production of Manual Cinema’s The End of TV touches on the story of economic hardship, as Louise loses her job at an a midwestern factory. Though the loss is catastrophic, it is the catalyst to her budding friendship with Flo, an elderly woman Louise meets when she becomes a Meals on Wheels driver. This story of hope, perseverance and change shows the true human connection amid not only the static, but unexpected life circumstances. As the…

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