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On March 12, 2021, Executive Director David C. Howse hosted a Town Hall, hoping our audience would share their feelings about returning back to in-person events. “What’s your level of excitement or trepidation?” “What do you need from us to feel safe?”  By asking these questions, it prompted an important conversation of arts now and in the future, and more specifically, where ArtsEmerson would fit into the story. On this anniversary of our last in-person…

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A night photo of the Paramount Marquee, fully ignited with light and color.

This piece was originally published in the Boston Globe Magazine; it appeared online on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 and in the print edition on Sunday, March 14, 2021. The morning of March 11, 2020 — a year and a lifetime ago — started as a typical day. I embarked on my quotidian routine of breakfast with the family, the commute to the office, phone calls with patrons, and meetings with artists. Plata Quemada, a visually stunning theater adaptation of…

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A Brimful of Asha is now available for on demand streaming through Monday, MAR 22! This hilarious and heartwarming tale of love, family, and generational leaps is truly a delight. From Why Not Theatre based in Toronto, we’re grateful to have a digital presentation of their work. However, we want to know what you thought! Below are some questions to prompt discussion, or feel free to leave a comment of whatever comes across your find. What…

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Our new film series, Shared Stories, had its debut over the weekend! This month’s rendition was entitled Encore Presentations, celebrating feature length films and shorts that warranted a return to the silver screen. Let us know what you thought about the films in the comments below, either by following one of the prompts below or with whatever crosses your mind. Which film resonated with you the most?What emotion were you left with after finishing the…

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Julia is now available for on demand streaming through Sunday, FEB 22! With the inventive mix of live theatre and live film, Julia is a hypnotic rendition of a classic. We’d love to hear your thoughts about the show and have provided some prompts below for consideration. How did the camera work and filmed aspect shift your experience of the story?What struck you about this piece?Julia was originally produced in 2010. What themes of the play…

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