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Just a mere month away from the kick-off of our celebratory 10th Anniversary Season, Executive Director David C. Howse sat down with The Boston Globe for an interview as part of their “Bold Type” series. Howse discusses the upcoming world premiere of Detroit Red (depicting Malcom X’s Boston years), what it means to aim to be truly inclusive in the arts, and how missteps can be valuable gifts, opening doors for new learning and discussions….

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It was two years ago when The 7 Fingers graced the city of Boston with their impassioned masterpiece, Reversible, a show that emboldened us to delve deeper into the history of our familial predecessors, essentially unearthing the roots from which we flourish. Performed with a mélange of acrobatics, theatre, and dance, Reversible, as the Boston Globe extols, “affirms yet again that the collective virtuosity of this troupe is something to see – and, crucially, to…

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ArtsEmerson is thrilled to welcome back Boston favorites and iconic circus troupe, The 7 Fingers, with their brand new show, Passengers (SEP 25-OCT 13). In the past, the circus troupe has amazed Boston audiences with performances that incorporate exhilarating acrobatic feats and dance, along with empathetic and resonate acting. As Artistic Director of ArtsEmerson David Dower explains, “The thing that is so deeply satisfying about 7 Fingers, for me, besides the fact that they are…

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Keith Hamilton Cobb, creator and star of the upcoming solo-show American Moor (APR 10-21), has made a name for himself both on stage and screen. As a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Cobb has been featured in a number of television shows as well as theater productions, even writing and directing a number of plays himself. In anticipation for his performance at the Emerson Paramount Center, we decided to take a…

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“The title is not meant to taken at face value. Nothing in this ingenious and spellbinding multimedia production is so linear as that.” “The quietly poignant story within The End of TV has to do with endings, but also with beginnings, and with the struggle in between those two poles of existence, and with the simple human connections that can make it bearable along the way.” “Remarkable show.” “The kind of person-to-person bond that is…

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