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Emerson College

This year, we are so proud to partner with the Bright Lights Film Series at Emerson College to bring you more of the best transformative art from around the world, streamed right into your living room. We’re striving to make ArtsEmerson.org a one-stop destination for presentations from many different partners and festival, which we’ll highlight here on the blog as well in the coming week. The Bright Lights Film Series is presented by the Department…

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Based on the opening night reactions, Shakespeare’s forgotten son won’t be forgotten for much longer. Hamnet runs NOW – OCT 7. Get tickets now!  “ABSOLUTELY stunning & gorgeous.” – @TankWitch “Haunting, funny, and complex. Brilliantly performed and staged.” – @BrianJPick “It was otherworldly and so beautiful!” “It was amazing, I want to see it again.” “What a great performance, loved the video effects.” And check out the press reviews so far, too!

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  “Innovative and challenging productions have made ArtsEmerson…an indispensable force on the performing arts landscape” – The Boston Globe We hope you are enjoying the final weeks of summer! The 2018/19 ArtsEmerson Season—our ninth—will begin in just a month’s time. We are so proud to share this lineup of artists that will deliver another year of bold ideas, big laughs, staggering beauty and courageous conversations. There’s never been a better time to plan your time with us for…

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Making visible the invisible is a formidable task, and that’s what Claudia Rankine set to out to do when she wrote her new play, The White Card. The story aims to start a conversation about race focused on whiteness and its unseeable impact on the world. Rankine is one among an army of artists channeling their creative energy into artistic works that make the invisible apparent, bringing a new perspective to discussion of race in America. Here…

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  “You’re not going to change anybody’s mind shutting them down” – Rankine to the The Paris Review “In America, the killing of black people is an unending spectacle.” – Rankine in the New York Times  “Was there ever a moment when the persecution of nonwhite Americans wasn’t the norm?” – Was Charlottesville the Exception or the Rule? “We need to stop not calling it out….We can stop housing it. So that it stays where it…

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