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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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Later this month, ArtsEmerson has the pleasure of welcoming back Belgian arts company, Astragales, with their production of Cold Blood. Astragales in was last in Boston in 2013 with their production of Kiss and Cry, which dazzled Boston audiences with their unique style of multimedia, nanodance, and their capacity to captivate audiences through inventive and magnificent movie and choreography techniques.   “This company’s first visit to Boston, with Kiss & Cry,” shares Artistic Director David…

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A woman and a man meet at a hotel room to plan a murder. Esmeralda wants to kill her husband; Mauricio is the hit-man she hires to carry out the task. In the parking lot of the same hotel, Esmeralda’s husband, Fernando, and Lydia, the hit-man’s wife, meet to find out the truth behind their spouses’ mysterious rendezvous. When the four characters find themselves in the same room, all hell breaks loose. Premeditation invites audiences…

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  By James Blaszko FILMS Courte-tête (1957) While aboard the Rhinedam in 1957 en route to her Fullbright fellowship at Oxford, Sontag watched many films in the ship’s cinema. In her journals it is clear that she generally disliked many of its offerings. Among the various “stinkers,” however, she wrote that Courte-tête, a recently released French film, was “rather clever.”  The comedy follows a phlegmatic crook as he preys on racing enthusiasts to make a fortune….

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What did you think of this professional recording of a live performance of Richard II starring David Tennant, produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company? Have you seen other productions of Ricard II? How did this compare? Is the idea of live theatre captured on film appealing to you? Would you like to see more of it here at ArtsEmerson? What did you think of David Tennant’s performance? Please feel free to share any thoughts about…

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