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What Did You Think?

Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) has graced the Cutler Majestic stage, prompting necessary questions about the relationship between an artist and their art. With this inventive collaboration surrounding Mapplethorpe’s work, we invite you to the conversation. Below, we have some prompts to get you thinking and welcome comments on this blog post. You can also share on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram your first thoughts, impressions, or whatever may resonate after the show. Thank you…

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We’ve experienced the beauty and lyrical storytelling of The 7 Fingers over the past 10 years and Passengers (SEP 25-OCT 13) is certainly no exception to the tradition of contemporary circus, pushing the boundaries of what circus can entail. Now we want to know what you thought about the show! First impressions, reactions, the feeling you felt walking out of the Cutler Majestic when the show was over — whatever resonates with you! We have…

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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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Thank you for joining us for joining us for American Moor by Keith Hamilton Cobb! We are so proud to be able to bring this show back to Boston. There is so much to unpack in this play and we would love to hear some of what’s on your mind. If you’re looking for some inspiration for conversation, check out this conversation with Keith and our executive director David Howse, moderated by Lizzy Cooper Davis, PhD….

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Thank you for joining us for the National Theatre’s An Inspector Calls! We are so proud to present this landmark production in the Cutler Majestic .  J.B. Priestley’s script offers all the twist and turns of an Agatha Christie novel, written for a post World War II world. He is asking us to look at class systems and consider our proximity to the most vulnerable people in our communities. What conversations did you have on your way home?What…

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