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A playwright, performer, rapper, lyricist, educator, and beyond, Will Power is an artist who views theatre as a vehicle for transformation. Credited as a pioneer of hip-hop theatre, which made way for colossal hits like Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, Power has fostered a career in the arts that focuses deeply on storytelling with numerous awards and accolades behind them. But Power always returns to the story and people at hand, whether it is an adaptation, new…

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Fifty four years after his assassination, the name Malcolm X still reverberates with the ethos of dogged intolerance to oppression. His name is an evocation — a recalling of a man, minister, and activist who stood vociferously for ideals of black nationalism and black empowerment, and — at the height of the Civil Rights Movement — sought to liberate the black community from the spiritual, political, social, and economic confines willfully imposed by a segregated,…

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All of us here at ArtsEmerson are honored to be selected as recipients of a “You Rock” award at this year’s Roxbury Rocks event. The awards will be distributed during the festival, at approximately 2:30PM. More on this fantastic community event below: Roxbury Community College invites all to attend this year’s Roxbury Rocks! Whether it’s through the music of this year’s exciting line up or one of the many fun activities for kids, the 4th…

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  We’ve been lucky enough to partner with Justin Springer as we get ready to welcome Step Afrika!’s The Migration here in Boston in May. As Justin and ArtsEmerson continue to talk to Boston community members about The Migration, it’s apparent how significant this history is to our city. A few of those community members have shared their stories, talents, and excitement surrounding not only the upcoming performance, but also the impact The Great Migration…

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