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What Did You Think?

Hello? Audience? Are you there? Thank you joining us and hearing Hamnet’s story! What brought you to the performance and what are you taking away? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. Opening night audiences said: – “It was otherworldly and so beautiful!” – “It was amazing, I want to see it again.” – “What a great performance, loved the video effects.” And from Twitter: – “ABSOLUTELY stunning & gorgeous.” – @TankWitch…

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  Thank you for joining us for Born For This! You have heard BeBe’s story of finding his way and now we want to hear yours. We have heard so many powerful stories of Bostonians finding their destinies and look forward to many more.  Share your experiences and reflections in the comments below. What to know what to expect from ArtsEmerson next season? Check out our line up!    

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Thank you for joining us for Cold Blood by Astragales! From the day we opened Kiss and Cry we have been anticipating the return of this company. Let us know your thoughts in the comments!   Want to read more about Cold Blood. Check out content from our blog here.

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Thank you for joining us for The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence from Step Afrika! We are proud to have this incredible company back at the Emerson Cutler Majestic, bringing to life the history of the Great Migration through the lens of Jacob Lawrence’s art. Please share your reflections on the performance in the comments. To hear stories of migration in our own community or to learn more about the Great Migration, see these posts on…

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Thank you for joining us for Bedlam Theatre’s performance in the Emerson Cutler Majestic! Whether you saw Hamlet or Saint Joan, we hope you experienced the story and the theatre in a radically reimagined way. Since ArtsEmerson opened we have presented companies from around the world who find ways to innovate classics and put them in direct conversation with our contemporary moment. We would love to hear about moments in the play that made you consider what…

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