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May has been an incredibly exciting month for us at ArtsEmerson. Just last week we welcomed StepAfrika! back to our stages for their exhilarating show, The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, we saw Mr. Joy embark on its second neighborhood tour, and we have been eagerly preparing for the arrivals of Cold Blood and I Dream: Boston, both happening at the end of this month. We are also incredibly excited to announce our 2018/2019 Season….

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Deborah Smith ArtsEmerson proudly announces that Deborah Smith will serve as its new Senior Development Officer. She started in March and comes to ArtsEmerson after serving at both CitiGroup and State Street. “Ms. Smith is a socially-conscious business leader with a lifelong interest in both the arts and education,” shares ArtsEmerson Executive Director David Howse, “and I am thrilled that she will bring her energy and passion to ArtsEmerson as our new Senior Development Officer.”…

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Earlier this year, The Boston Globe published an op-ed piece written by ArtsEmerson’s Executive Director David Howse and Artistic Director David Dower in response to the paper’s Spotlight series on race in the city. The Globe boldly titled the series, “BOSTON. RACE. IMAGE. REALITY.”, and used it to explore both the perception and the reality underlying Boston’s reputation as a racist city by investigating various sectors of civic life here.  While we were pleased to…

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  Congratulations to poet, playwright and MacArthur Fellow Claudia Rankine! Boston’s Mayor Walsh has officially declared today, February 28, 2018 as “Claudia Rankine Day” in Boston — celebrating opening day of her World Premiere play The White Card. Above Photo: Mayor Walsh and Claudia Rankine at last spring’s public dialogue “On Whiteness” at The Emerson Cutler Majestic Theater. Photo credit: Kelly Davidson. The official proclamation:   The White Card NOW – APR 1 Emerson Paramount…

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Some 75 guests attended ArtsEmerson’s Garden Party—an annual summer friendraiser—at the Lexington home of David and Terry Wilkins. Grammy-winning artist, Esperanza Spalding, regaled the guests in word and song. We were honored to have the support of our host committee including Paul & Evelyne Alexander, Vivian Beard, Trina & Kevin Cherry, Carolyn & Poul Hebsgaard, Kimmie Jackson, Alyce & Patrick Lee, Fred Lowery, Valerie Mosley. Photos by Craig Bailey. View the full gallery below. (Left to Right, Host, Terry…

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