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Race and Equity

Tonight, we open our 10th Anniversary Season with The 7 Fingers’ Passengers (SEP 25-OCT 13) and we are thrilled to welcome so many friendly faces back into the ArtsEmerson venues, but also greet new artists and collaborations. This season is a momentous for the anniversary of course, but it is equally exciting to continue deepening our work both here in Boston and with our communities internationally. As Artistic Director David Dower stated in the Boston…

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We all are familiar with titles like A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Carmen, and even The Magic Flute. While we might not be able to recite the plot word for word, these are at least productions we’ve heard of throughout our lives. Penned by the likes of Shakespeare and Mozart, these canonical works are landmarks for theatre history and remain pinnacle productions today. Isango Ensemble has continued the tradition of these great works, but with new…

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Just a mere month away from the kick-off of our celebratory 10th Anniversary Season, Executive Director David C. Howse sat down with The Boston Globe for an interview as part of their “Bold Type” series. Howse discusses the upcoming world premiere of Detroit Red (depicting Malcom X’s Boston years), what it means to aim to be truly inclusive in the arts, and how missteps can be valuable gifts, opening doors for new learning and discussions….

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This past weekend, ArtsEmerson hosted the third-annual Garden Party at the home of David and Terry Wilkins, as patrons from our past and present joined together to celebrate our 10th Anniversary Season and the continuation of the Gaining Ground Fund. Guests were also treated to a musical performance by acclaimed jazz singer and songwriter, Somi. An afternoon full of song, food, and delightful conversation was the perfect summer kick-off for ArtsEmerson as we look toward…

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Last night, we celebrated the arrival of the /peh-LO-tah/ (MAY 1-5) cast and crew at the Tobin Community Center in Roxbury Crossing! We were joined by local Boston artists showcasing their work: Branches Steel Orchestra, Jean Dany Joachim, Connections Dance Theatre, and Natural Bliss. It was a wonderful night of cultural exchange and artistic expression. We are thankful to have partnered with many local organizations, such as Haitian-Americans United, Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts, Tobin…

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