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Composer Michael Friedman (In the Footprint: The Battle Over Atlantic Yards, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, among others) was kind enough to sit down with us and share his insight on his work with the Civilians, his favorite musical and his musings on superhero powers. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

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This month marks ArtsEmerson’s first presentation of circus arts with PSY by Les 7 doigts de la main — one of the latest (and one of the saaviest) incarnations of circus troupes. Building on the grand tradition of death-defying acrobatics and theatrical clowning, Les 7 doigts also bring contemporary aesthetics into their work, exploring a theme (phobias and disorders) that explores the human psyche in the modern world and crafting a thrilling show, as much…

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The Brooklyn Way by Kristy Mandour Brooklyn. Whether you’ve been there or not, there is most likely at least one thought, “Fuhgeddaboudit” or idea, The Brooklyn Bridge, that pops into your mind when someone says: “Brooklyn.” Nowadays the richness of its core culture often seems overshadowed by talk of “the transplants.” You know what I’m talking about: the influx of “hipsters” that have taken over Williamsburg, the invasion of the “stroller mommies” in Park Slope,…

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We just hosted a two week workshop of a piece about the “repurposing” of a 22 acre tract of land in Brooklyn. It’s called, IN THE FOOTPRINT:The Battle for Atlantic Yards. The company creating the work, THE CIVILIANS, will begin previews this Friday in New York and open to the press on November 22nd. They then return to Boston for a week of performances here beginning on January 19th. They gave an informal run-through in…

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Hi everyone, I wanted to take a minute to thank all of you for coming out to see Deerhoof last week and for making the first rock show in the Paramount such an amazing, memorable event. Every once in a while, you get a concert where the artist, the audience and the venue connect to make something greater than the sum of its parts and that certainly felt like the case the other night; the…

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