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Fifty four years after his assassination, the name Malcolm X still reverberates with the ethos of dogged intolerance to oppression. His name is an evocation — a recalling of a man, minister, and activist who stood vociferously for ideals of black nationalism and black empowerment, and — at the height of the Civil Rights Movement — sought to liberate the black community from the spiritual, political, social, and economic confines willfully imposed by a segregated,…

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ENTER TO WIN Whether you’ve taken advantage of our annual 3 Day Sale or not, you can always help spread the word AND be entered to win special prizes! Just use the #AE3DaySale hashtag on Twitter or Instagram, or tag a friend here on this Facebook post, and you’ll be automatically entered to win either a) a pair of tickets to our special summer 2020 event OR b) the grand prize of 1 full season package for…

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Contemporary circus has been a mainstay for ArtsEmerson and each season, our audiences flock to the theatre for these productions. While each circus has it’s own story and aesthetic, the binding commonalities of beauty and awe entrance us. And, you never know who is going to be in the audience… Brin Schoellkopf is currently a performer in Passengers (SEP 25-OCT 13). Originally from Vermont, it’s been a joy to return to New England with this…

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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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