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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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Proclamation Melinda Lopez Day in the City Of Boston WHEREAS: Playwright, actor, and educator Melinda Lopez has produced a sizable body of work spanning the last two decades and has garnered a variety of awards; AND WHEREAS:  Her one-woman play “Mala,” in which she will also perform, will enjoy its World Premiere production at ArtsEmerson’s Paramount Center this month and next; AND WHEREAS: In March of this year, Lopez was cited by President Obama in his…

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On October 6, 2016 ArtsEmerson and Emerson College renamed the Paramount main stage the “Robert J. Orchard Stage” in honor of Rob’s incredible career in the arts and for the tremendous gift of founding our organization. The Boston Globe wrote that Orchard, “put a global face on Boston theater by attracting dazzling talent from all over the world while becoming a magnet for cutting-edge new work by national artists” via his work with ArtsEmerson. In 2013,…

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Dear Friends, We’d like to take a moment to congratulate poet, playwright and essayist Claudia Rankine, who was announced today as one of 23 recipients of the 2016 MacArthur Foundation Genius Grants. The MacArthur Fellows Program celebrates and inspires the creative potential of individuals through no-strings-attached fellowships. The Guardian reported that Rankine, “whose work has tackled the everyday racism faced by black Americans, plans to use the money to found a ‘Racial Imaginary Institute.’” We at ArtsEmerson are honored to…

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