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Photo by Lelund Durond Thompson Tonight, Atiya Martin, Boston’s Chief Resilience Officer will present the proclamation of “Daniel Beaty Day” to Mr. Beaty prior to tonight’s performance of Mr. Joy in Dorchester. From the proclamation: “To celebrate Daniel Beaty’s contributions to the arts and the city of Boston, through his plays (including Mr. Joy), films, books, and his I DREAM: BOSTON social justice work with youth at Boston Public Schools—specifically Snowden International High School and Boston Arts…

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International travel can be an amazing, mind-expanding experience. Exposure to different countries and cultures allows us to broaden our horizons and also learn about ourselves. As we approached the opening of 17 Border Crossings–APR 19 – 29 in Boston–we decided to interview Leesha Dialani, the ArtsEmerson Graduate Marketing Assistant, to ask about her experiences traveling around the globe. Leesha is an international Graduate student at Emerson, from Mumbai, India and has traveled to 15 countries! Check out…

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  The nominations for the 2017 Elliot Norton Awards were announced this past Monday. The award ceremony will be held Monday May 15 at the Huntington’s BU Theatre, 7pm. ArtsEmerson received three nominations: Outstanding New Script Mala, by Melinda Lopez (ArtsEmerson) Garry Hynes, The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Druid Theatre Company, presented by ArtsEmerson) The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Druid Theatre Company presented by ArtsEmerson Congratulations to all nominees!

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  Curating a season is more art than science. Close followers of ArtsEmerson know that we value long arcs of relationships with artists who seem to strike a particular chord with our mission and our communities. You see such artists return to both create and to present work here. Thaddeus Phillips is one of those artists. As you may have already discovered, he’s something of a mad genius. He’s been a favorite at ArtsEmerson for…

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