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See You Yesterday arrives in Boston May 16th and we are thrilled to welcome these Cambodian artists to our stage. In anticipation of their performance, we’ve curated several film engagements as opportunities to deepen the audience connection to See You Yesterday. These films are reflections on themes within the show, the behind the scenes look at the creation of See You Yesterday, and a celebration of Asian American Pacific Heritage Month. On Monday, May 13,…

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Next month, ArtsEmerson welcomes back Manual Cinema with The End of TV, as we witness a friendship unfold between two women. Flo, an elderly woman suffering from the onset of dementia, and Louise, a younger African-American woman recovering from economic hardship, have seemingly different life experiences. Despite their differences, both women worked at the same local factory; Flo, during World War II, and Louise, just recently laid off. This connection prompted us to look into…

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Although you may not know his name, you certainly know his work. English film and stage director and producer Stephen Daldry has worked on a number of critically-acclaimed and award-winning pieces, including Billy Elliot, The Hours–starring Meryl Streep–and Netflix’s The Crown. He has directed plays that have opened in London’s West End, the Royal National Theatre, and on Broadway. Daldry even created elements of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for 2012 London Olympics and is even…

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It has been almost a year since Chicago-based theatre troupe Manual Cinema stunned Boston with their magical performance of Ada/Ava. This multimedia masterpiece, which showcased Manual Cinema’s unique use of shadow puppetry, live-action silhouettes and overhead projections, ran for a brief yet sold out weekend in January 2018. Audiences were “blown-away” by Manual Cinema’s ability to “create a new art form” and raved about the beauty and poignancy of the show. WBUR remarked, “In the…

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“FABULOUS” “ONE OF THE MOST ROMANTIC, SENSUAL THINGS I’VE EVER SEEN” “TRULY EXTRAORDINARY”   “It’s the kind of ephemeral film you cannot make in cinema. It has to be onstage,”  – director Jaco Van Dormael in The Boston Globe‘s preview of Cold Blood. “One of those artistic happenings that is nearly impossible to describe.” – WBUR     You’ve got to see it to believe it! COLD BLOOD – MAY 30 – JUN 3 

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