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An image of Eric Berryman, playing Detroit Red/Malcolm X, with his arms up and staring off to the left. There is text that reads "Outstanding New Script - Will Power" "Outstanding Actor Large Theatre - Eric Berryman" and "Detroit Red." There is also the Elliot Norton logo in the upper right corner and the ArtsEmerson logo in the upper left corner.

On May 11th, 2020 the Elliot Norton Awards announced their award winners, honoring New England theatre across the board. For ArtsEmerson, we are particularly thrilled that Detroit Red won two awards: Outstanding New Script — awarded to playwright Will Power — and Outstanding Actor, Large Theatre — awarded to Eric Berryman for his portrayal of Detroit Red/Malcolm X. Thank you to the Elliot Nortons for recognition and congratulations to all the winners! Check out the…

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A picture of David Dower and David C. Howse together, smiling and in suits.

We hosted our third Town Hall with Artistic Director David Dower and Executive Director David C. Howse on May 14th, 2020 at 12 PM EST. Press play to hear some conversation about where our season announcement is, how we are moving forward as a presenting organization, and we envision gathering — both online and in person eventually. What did you think? Comment below! View Town Hall #1 here and Town Hall #2 here. If you…

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As an international presenting organization, our stages have welcomed artists from all corners of the globe, often bringing unforgettable stories packed into their suitcases and a litany of perspectives tucked away in their passports. See You Yesterday is one of these international works that brought a sense of humanity beyond our conceptions. Produced by Global Arts Corp, a troupe of remarkable young circus performers from Cambodia utilize their extraordinary physical skills, including acrobatics and circus…

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In the early months of 2018, audiences gathered for this intimate story of adolescence and queer identity unfolding through stop-motion animation and a live soundtrack. Torrey Pines is a show we keep coming back to — its ability to be so specific in its narrative yet relatable to all of our own experiences of growing up is a gift for all viewers. Audiences were delighted by the experience and the show’s merch can be spotted…

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Pictures of the Cutler Majestic Marquee with encouraging messages about staying home during the pandemic.

Since launching our Together Apart series on April 15th, we’ve undergone a massive shift in how we present theatre, streaming productions from our past and hosting conversations with artists in our community. Our audiences have been nothing but supportive of this new series and we’ve been thrilled with the response. Thank you! Here’s a collection of initial feedback, reviews, comments, and more! REVIEWS “Nothing quite compares to live theater, but the commitment of local theater…

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