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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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  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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  “Metatheater for the digital age…The twist transcends the boundary between theater and reality.” – Tufts Daily “Kiss is an unusual and discomfiting piece of theater that is part Syrian soap opera, part improv, and totally worth your time.” – Broadway World “A strange and powerful piece.” – Theatre Mirror “This was an amazing production. I was taken in from the beginning by the absolutely fantastic acting and directing. Highly recommended.” – Sue Fendrick, blog…

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  ★★★★ “This piece will change the way you think”– What’s on Stage “I was left…reminded how much power there can be when one human voice, unstilled, speaks the truth to one listener.” – THE BOSTON GLOBE “Gardens Speaks allows people to care deeply about the life and death of a single ordinary person.”“Unusual and moving.” – PATRIOT LEDGER “ArtsEmerson is giving Boston one of the most uniquely individual and profound theatrical experiences in recent memory with…

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Thank you joining us for Théâtre De La Ville’s The State of Siege. We are so excited to have this esteemed company performing this rarely performed Camus play in Boston and are anxious to hear your thoughts. Click here for an interview with director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota.        

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