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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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“The title is not meant to taken at face value. Nothing in this ingenious and spellbinding multimedia production is so linear as that.” “The quietly poignant story within The End of TV has to do with endings, but also with beginnings, and with the struggle in between those two poles of existence, and with the simple human connections that can make it bearable along the way.” “Remarkable show.” “The kind of person-to-person bond that is…

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We’ve all experienced it for months at this point; the current election cycle is a ceaseless storm of sound bites and inconsistent information. Like a radio scanner bouncing between channels, it’s become increasingly difficult to know exactly what will be on the ballot, from a local to a state level, and what, precisely, is at stake. Through all of the political maneuvering, the issue that continues to resurface and make headlines is immigration. Whether the…

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    “This is something we do all too regularly,” ArtsEmerson Artistic Director David Dower writes me. “It started the morning after the Charleston shooting” in which eight people were murdered in a South Carolina church in 2015. “We opened the theater for silent reflection. People were sitting facing an empty stage so I just put up nine folding chairs in a line to support the reflection.” Read the full coverage at gregcookland.com

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