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Photo by Lelund Durond Thompson Tonight, Atiya Martin, Boston’s Chief Resilience Officer will present the proclamation of “Daniel Beaty Day” to Mr. Beaty prior to tonight’s performance of Mr. Joy in Dorchester. From the proclamation: “To celebrate Daniel Beaty’s contributions to the arts and the city of Boston, through his plays (including Mr. Joy), films, books, and his I DREAM: BOSTON social justice work with youth at Boston Public Schools—specifically Snowden International High School and Boston Arts…

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Congratulations, you made it across 17 Borders with Thaddeus Phillips. As is true of many of performances by Lucidity Suitcase, there is much to be mined after the experience. What are notable experiences have you had crossing borders? Did you cross borders to arrive to the theatre? What might the world look like without hard lines drawn around it? Perhaps, a little philosophical for an audience response blog – but it’s just that kind of…

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  Supposedly Complimentary Lester Bangs on some of his favorite artists, albums and bands Even when Lester Bangs was trying to lavish a band or an album with praise, he often couched the compliment inside criticism of the band’s earlier work, the genre itself, the culture at large, or perhaps even the thing he was trying to compliment in the first place. This contrarian streak was part of Bangs’ charm. In advance of How To Be…

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International travel can be an amazing, mind-expanding experience. Exposure to different countries and cultures allows us to broaden our horizons and also learn about ourselves. As we approached the opening of 17 Border Crossings–APR 19 – 29 in Boston–we decided to interview Leesha Dialani, the ArtsEmerson Graduate Marketing Assistant, to ask about her experiences traveling around the globe. Leesha is an international Graduate student at Emerson, from Mumbai, India and has traveled to 15 countries! Check out…

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