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This past Monday, on May 20, we gathered with over 500 of our closest friends and announced our 10th Anniversary Season, alongside our new brand — which will be rolling out throughout the summer. It was a fantastic evening, with live performances from The 7 Fingers, Will Power, Debra Walton, and Toshi Reagon to continue celebrating our history as an organization and also our future. Thank you to everyone who joined us and continues to…

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This past Monday, May 20 was an extremely exciting day for ArtsEmerson! Not only did we announce our 10th Anniversary Season and unveil our new brand, but a number of productions from our 2018/19 Season were honored at the 37th Annual Elliot Norton Awards. We are thrilled to announce that Manual Cinema’s The End of TV (sound design by Kyle Vegter, puppets by Lizi Breit with associate puppet designer and storyboard artist Drew Dir, costumes…

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This season, we are thrilled to announce we are 10 years BOLD! For the past decade, we’ve circled the globe to bring you works that challenge and inspire, dazzle and provoke. On stage and on screen, in our downtown venues and in neighborhoods all over greater Boston, our goal has been to inspire connection across our differences and discover all we have in common. And we know we are not alone. Over and over, you’ve…

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Thank you for coming to the Paramount to see Global Arts Corps and Phare Ponleu Selpak’s production, See You Yesterday. Through research, interviews and improvisations this ensemble created this performance as a way into Cambodia’s difficult and often undiscussed history. As Global Arts Corps has learned over the years, the traumas of conflict and genocide can resonate with audiences around the world. The generosity and bravery of the artists to explore their history encourages us…

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ArtsEmerson is honored to welcome nineteen Cambodian artists to the Paramount Center who will perform their powerful piece See You Yesterday (MAY 16-19), a show brought to Boston in collaboration with the Global Arts Corps, an organization that brings together people from opposite sides of violent conflicts and helps facilitate healing discussions. The performers in this incredibly moving show are second-generation survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime and Cambodian genocide–a four-year horror that still haunts…

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