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Last night, the nominations for the 37th Annual Elliot Norton Awards were announced! ArtsEmerson is thrilled to have received two nominations as well as one win. Out of dozens of productions and performances, ArtsEmerson was nominated for the following awards: Outstanding Design, Large or Visiting Theater: The End of TV by Manual Cinema (sound design by Kyle Vegter, puppets by Lizi Breit with associate puppet designer and storyboard artist Drew Dir, costumes by Mieka Van…

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After her glowing review of American Moor two years ago, Joyce Kulhawik invites Boston audiences to experience this “courageous performance and a thrilling evening at the theater,” this time at ArtsEmerson, opening this week! In Boston for two weeks only, you surely don’t want to miss American Moor at the Emerson Paramount Center APR 10 – 21.

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“White people in North America live in a social environment that protects and insulates them from race-based stress. This insulated environment of racial protection builds white expectations for racial comfort while at the same time lowering the ability to tolerate racial stress, leading to what I refer to as White Fragility. White Fragility is a state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves.” -Robin DiAngelo, White Fragility Remember…

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Keith Hamilton Cobb’s stunning, tour-de-force solo performance of American Moor (APR 10-21) is filled with references from Shakespeare’s greatest works, with characters and events from the Bard’s vast folio.  We’ve put together a reference guide to check out before seeing American Moor so you don’t miss out on the riveting performance in front of you and also increase your Shakespeare trivia knowledge. Othello Othello is one of Shakespeare’s tragedies, written in 1603. The story revolves around Othello,…

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Thank you for joining us for the National Theatre’s An Inspector Calls! We are so proud to present this landmark production in the Cutler Majestic .  J.B. Priestley’s script offers all the twist and turns of an Agatha Christie novel, written for a post World War II world. He is asking us to look at class systems and consider our proximity to the most vulnerable people in our communities. What conversations did you have on your way home?What…

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