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Later this month, ArtsEmerson will welcome our first production from Australia with The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes (JAN 23-26) from Back to Back Theatre. Based in Geelong — 75 km from Melbourne — Back to Back Theatre has brought together an ensemble of actors who have intellectual disabilities. However, their content extends beyond the preconceived notions of general audiences and dives into the philosophical, personal, and political at the intersection of humanity. Founded…

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Fifty four years after his assassination, the name Malcolm X still reverberates with the ethos of dogged intolerance to oppression. His name is an evocation — a recalling of a man, minister, and activist who stood vociferously for ideals of black nationalism and black empowerment, and — at the height of the Civil Rights Movement — sought to liberate the black community from the spiritual, political, social, and economic confines willfully imposed by a segregated,…

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ENTER TO WIN Whether you’ve taken advantage of our annual 3 Day Sale or not, you can always help spread the word AND be entered to win special prizes! Just use the #AE3DaySale hashtag on Twitter or Instagram, or tag a friend here on this Facebook post, and you’ll be automatically entered to win either a) a pair of tickets to our special summer 2020 event OR b) the grand prize of 1 full season package for…

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The ArtsEmerson 3 Day Sale comes once a year and the time has finally come! With $29 stage productions and $9 films, we’ve put together a road map of how to create the perfect cluster of events, as well as suggestions based on your favorites movies, books, and TV shows. From Antarctica to Roxbury and Franz Kafka to Octavia E. Butler, our 2020 productions will take audiences on a journey well beyond the stage. Check…

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During our 2017/2018 Season, we co-produced The White Card written by Claudia Rankine with the American Repertory Theatre. A monumental work of theatre, Rankine’s words resonated with audiences and prompted inquisitive questioning showcasing the power of a skilled writer. As we inched closer to opening night, ArtsEmerson had conducted a book club of Rankine’s work to offer audiences an even deeper experience called Citizen Read. Gathering communities from Boston and Cambridge, nearly 1300 people all…

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