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This year has asked us all, both as individuals and as a larger organization to reexamine how we create art. From the shuttering of live theatre as we know it to answering to the call of anti-racist action, we are proud to announce our commitment to a Year of Experimentation, focusing on the development and programming our new digital venue, and providing support to international artists through reimagined residency programs that support new works, new…

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The Paramount Marquee with bright lights that has the names "George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery" listed prominently and Black Lives Matters protesters marching in the street.

This post was written as part of a larger series leading up to our fourth Town Hall on Wednesday, June 17th at 12 pm EDT. We encourage our audiences to read all of the posts in the series in preparation for the Town Hall. Information on the Town Hall and the remainder of the series can be found here. George Floyd was basically my age, and his murder has affected me deeply.  Personally speaking, and…

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A zoom screenshot of David C. Howse on the left and David Dower on the right.

This post was written as part of a larger series leading up to our fourth Town Hall on Wednesday, June 17th at 12 pm EDT. We encourage our audiences to read all of the posts in the series in preparation for the Town Hall. Information on the Town Hall and the remainder of the series can be found here. Over the years, ArtsEmerson has made a series of statements from our stages, on our marquees,…

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Melinda Lopez performing in Mala with her hands in a prayer position held up to her lips.

Mala, a poignant drama written and performed by Melinda Lopez, made its world premiere as part ArtsEmerson’s 2016/17 Season. We are so happy to collaborate with WGBH and Huntington Theatre to bring this award-winning solo performance into your home as part of our Together Apart series. This award-winning play aired on WGBH 2 and YouTube TV on Thursday, April 9th at 10 p.m. But now, Mala is available for streaming in full through April 10th…

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The poster from Detroit Red. It features a sketch of Malcolm X in black and white with a red X over his left eye.

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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