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PARKING PARTNERS

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ArtsEmerson has curated several long arc relationships with artists throughout our time, furthering conversations of art-making’s intersections with social and political issues. Poet, playwright, and author Claudia Rankine is one such artist, partnering with ArtsEmerson over a series of projects, including her full length play The White Card, co-developed with the A.R.T. and presented during our 2017/18 season. A MacArthur Fellow, New York Times Bestseller, and the recipient of honors such as National Book Critics…

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  By James Blaszko, ArtsEmerson Creative Producer HOUSE / DIVIDED juxtaposes scenes from the current mortgage crisis with passages drawn from John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, revealing how deeply the foreclosure crisis has affected and undermined our collective sense of American character and identity. Based in New York City, The Builders Association found itself in a unique position when devising this work. Through a commission by the Wexner Center of the Arts at Ohio…

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  Rita McAteer, Julia Propp, Ryan Walsh, and Akiba Abaka give us the inside scoop on External Affairs Land. And there’s a special appearance from the office Chatimal and ROBble-head!

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  Welcome to our new “Meet the Team” series where you can get the inside scoop on the behind-the-scenes operations at ArtsEmerson. Through the end of the summer we will be profiling the seldom-recognized movers and shakers of the company. Kicking us off is Katie Krause, Company Manager extraordinaire, sharing with us some of her experiences as she celebrates her one-year anniversary with ArtsEmerson. Learn more about what she does as Company Manager at ArtsEmerson…

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  Local Boston fringe theatre troupe Sleeping Weazel is presenting Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth at the inaugural The Next Thing (TNT) Festival. Ken Prestininzi, author and director of the hour-long one-woman show, provides ArtsEmerson audiences with exclusive insight into his creation of this one-of-a-kind performance piece. How would you characterize Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth? It’s definitely an unconventional play. The plot centers on “mad” academic Mary Shelley-Breath who is undone by her own lecture and unleashes…

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