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  “I think every act of theatre is political, and should be. It’s a civic action; it’s a group of people in a live situation, in a room together, doing something. Is theatre a way of response to what is happening around us? Absolutely yes, and if it isn’t, why are we doing it, why are we bothering?” – Garry Hynes in conversation Howlround’s Ramona Ostrowski READ THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW AT HOWLROUND!     The Beauty Queen of Leenane…

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Fergus O’Donnell (Malvolio) and Lizzy Watts (Olivia) in Filter Theatre’s ‘Twelfth Night’. Photo credit – Robert Day. Why so much Shakespeare? Isango Ensemble’s operatic adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream seemingly just left the Cutler Majestic and now we’re gearing up for Filter Theatre’s Twelfth Night, coming to the Paramount main stage in January. Not too long ago, we screened a brilliant and historically accurate production of Twelfth Night starring Mark Rylance from Shakepeare’s Globe. Why…

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Sometimes in all of the crazy coming and going of artists at ArtsEmerson we find themes that crossover multiple productions. This spring we have two one-woman shows that lend themselves to an interesting conversation. The day after The Wholehearted closed as Sontag: Reborn appeared on the horizon, Polly Carl, Director/Editor of HowlRound, held a conversation between Suli Holum (The Wholehearted) and Moe Angelos (Sontag: Reborn) about finding their characters and creating worlds around them.  Polly: Suli, you…

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  ArtsEmerson’s very own David Dower sat down for a podcast interview with Annie-B Parsons and Paul Lazar of Big Dance Theater. Parsons and Lazar are the creative team behind the upcoming production of Man in a Case.  Here’s David’s introduction to the conversation: My guests are Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar, the team behind Big Dance Theater, New York. I was interested in hearing them talk about the ideas underpinning their decades of collaboration and…

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