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PARKING PARTNERS

This month we presented Cambodian Culture, Art and History a month-long series of free and ticketed community engagement events in Boston and Lowell that include films, conversations and workshops; and culminate with the community screening of the film First They Killed My Father, produced by Oscar-nominated Rithy Pahn and Angelina Jolie. Here are some photo highlights from this rich, engaging series: Welcome to Boston party: Linda Sou from Ankor Dance and Lowell Community Health Center, Sochenda Uch from…

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ArtsEmerson is currently looking to cast eight extras for our upcoming production of In the Eruptive Mode by Sulayman Al-Bassam and you could one of them! Interested individuals must be between 18 – 40 years of age, and may be of any background or heritage. Performers will be featured in a ten-minute vignette that will include brief speaking and movement. A stipend will be provided as compensation. Performers must be available for one forty-minute rehearsal period, one…

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  The Guardian noticed it in 2008: “Recently, I’ve seen a lot of shows which make inspired use of projection, AV, techniques and tricks filched from film and TV, pushing the limits of what’s possible on stage while never letting you forget you’re in a theatre.” In ArtsEmerson’s eight-year history, these kind of technological marvels have always found a place in each of our seasons. Perhaps you recall being wowed by Historia de Amor, The…

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Sure, you could check off your holiday gift list with Snuggies, fidget spinners, and Apple watches, OR you could get them tickets to an experience that they’ll never forget. It’s easy to take the idea for granted, but it remains true: There is no gift that compares to an unforgettable experience with the ones you care about. We guarantee you, long after the gifted gadgets of Holiday Season 2017 break, you’ll still be thinking about shows…

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  In 2010, the census confirmed what many Boston residents already understood: that there was no longer a cultural majority in our city. We are a city of many minorities. ArtsEmerson was launched in the same moment, and from the beginning, we have been committed to building our organization in a way that both acknowledged and welcomed that reality. We framed it, then, as a commitment to “putting the world on stage.” We knew that this…

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