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JB Priestley’s Classic Thriller An Inspector Calls has traveled the world in several iterations, from its premiere in Russia in 1945 to upcoming performances at the Cutler Majestic later this month. New directors, cast changes and even a film adaptation produced by the BBC have brought An Inspector Calls to a global scale, each with their own take on this classic story, illuminating a new theme in the ever-relevant work. As we look forward to…

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On Monday, February 25th, the nominations for the 23rd Annual Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards were announced, with ArtsEmerson being honored with ten nominations! Best New Play – The White Card (Claudia Rankine) Watch Claudia Rankine discuss The White Card Best Solo Performance – Liza Jessie Peterson (The Peculiar Patriot) Watch the trailer for The Peculiar Patriot Best Ensemble – Born For This Watch creator BeBe Winans talk about his background and Born…

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Did you know that Stephen Daldry, director of JB Priestley’s Classic Thriller An Inspector Calls, is a four-time Academy Award nominee and a winner of both a Golden Globe and Emmy Award? With the 91st Academy Awards Ceremony taking place this upcoming Sunday evening, we decided to take a look back at ArtsEmerson’s own relationship between the stage and screen as we get ready to welcome this epic mystery to our stage next month! Denis…

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When Angels Fall meditates on humanity’s relationship to the mechanical and the resilience of the human spirit. The man vs. the machine motif is transformed into a multi-disciplinary performance, combining acrobatics, dance, clown and technical elements, bringing the uncertainty of our mechanized future into the body and onto to the stage. As audiences, we are invited to question the connection between us and machinery, how we interact with it and how we exist outside of…

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ArtsEmerson is proud to bring a variety of shows to our stages–in the past nine seasons, we have seen dance shows like Step Afrika’s The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, multimedia performances like Cold Blood and Ada/Ava, music theater like Octavia E. Butler’s The Parable of the Sower and The Magic Flute, and of course, circus acts like The 7 Fingers’ Reversible. Next week, ArtsEmerson will welcome renowned interdisciplinary artist Raphaëlle Boitel to the Cutler…

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