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Season Preview! (Photo Cred: Paul Marotta) The New England work flow was once described to me as unrelenting amounts of work in the fall, a pause for the holidays, brief interruptions from snow, a heavy churn during spring, and then starting Memorial Day you leave work as often as possible until Labor Day (when you then sneak away on weekend trips until Columbus Day). It’s a gross generalization, but the bit about the fall certainly…

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You’ve done it – you’ve had an audience with Meow Meow – or rather, you were an audience with Meow Meow. Either way, there should be plenty to talk about after an evening with “a showgirl of gargantuan proportions.” What questions do you have for Meow Meow? How would you describe your experience in the theater? What did you walk away thinking? Meow Meow loves the strong and brazen women performers of the twentieth century…

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By Kevin Becerra       While this neighborhood has had many names and identities in the almost 400 years of the city’s existence, none of them have had the staying power of The Theatre District. After two World Wars, multiple economic downturns and a “Combat Zone,” theatre artists and audiences keep flocking to these historic venues. At the start of the twentieth century, Boston was already a hub for traveling productions of operas and…

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Not too long ago, there was a big to-do in New York when an audience member at a performance went onto the stage right before the show started to plug his cell phone into an outlet on the set (the outlet was fake of course, a part of the set). This led to a heated conversation about the relationship between technology and art, between artist and audience. Is the theatre a place sacred from an…

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  If you’ve been walking through downtown Boston this week, you may have noticed the faces of the ArtsEmerson 15/16 season adorning the windows about the Boylston and Park Street MBTA stops! We could’ve placed these banners anywhere in town, but we chose our own neighborhood because, as you’ll see when you pass by them, we want to be YOUR neighborhood theater. And to prove it, we’re offering one free ticket for any show this…

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