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Theatre

by Heidi Nelson From getting the creeps from crawlies to freaking about flying, fears of one kind or another are fairly common. Many celebrities even suffer from phobias. Within the ordinary spectrum, Johnny Depp is wigged out by clowns, Scarlett Johansson can’t handle cockroaches and Carmen Electra stays away from bodies of water. But the world of phobias is stranger than you might think. Billy Bob Thornton is a chromophobic—which means bright colors make him…

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By Jason Rabin Susurrus weaves a variety of discourses and perspectives together to tell its complex tale, and they all revolve around another piece of auricular adaptation: composer Benjamin Britten’s 1960 opera of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, recently performed by the Boston Lyric Opera. Considered one of the 20th century’s greats, and easily one of the UK’s most celebrated composers, Britten was born in Lowestoft England in 1913 on November 22, the Feast of…

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As ArtsEmerson student employees and Theatre Education graduate students at Emerson College, Kristy Mandour and Alyssa Mulligan jointly taught an extracurricular theatre course at Citizen Schools in Roslindale this past semester. Here is Alyssa’s reflection on the experience. By Alyssa Mulligan “What do YOU have to say?” Kristy Mandour and I proclaimed, as the group of new faces blinked back at us. Through an association between ArtsEmerson and Citizen Schools, Kristy and I found ourselves at…

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