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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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JB Priestley’s Classic Thriller An Inspector Calls has traveled the world in several iterations, from its premiere in Russia in 1945 to upcoming performances at the Cutler Majestic later this month. New directors, cast changes and even a film adaptation produced by the BBC have brought An Inspector Calls to a global scale, each with their own take on this classic story, illuminating a new theme in the ever-relevant work. As we look forward to…

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The Cutler Majestic Theatre has been home to over 100 years of productions of numerous musicals, vaudeville performances, opera and films. Soon the historic theatre will welcome J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, matching the grandeur of the space with a fantastical set and thrilling plot, as well as When Angels Fall, with phenomenal multidisciplinary artists. As we look forward to When Angels Fall and An Inspector Calls, we wanted to take a look back and…

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    A few years ago I was invited to serve on a panel for a major foundation. To begin the meeting, the facilitator asked the dozen of us at the table to write down the name of a performance we’d seen in the past five years that had reached us in the moment and stayed with us over time. We were a diverse group of arts professionals from all over the country, we came…

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TOP: Tremont Street as it appeared during the ‘great blackout’ of 1965. The Saxon theater on the right is in fact the Majestic (before it became an adult theater—The Agony and the Ecstasy was a bio pic about the French sculptor Rodin); King’s Restaurant, in the Little Building, is today the site of the Emerson Police Department; the State Transportation Building is still nearly a decade in the future. BOTTOM: Tremont Street as it appears…

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