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The 7 Fingers

A note from Artistic Director David Dower on The 7 Fingers and our conversation with co-founders of the Fingers, Shana Carroll and Gypsy Snider. It is a surprisingly sweet treat to see Sequence 8 again. This was the first project from 7 Fingers that I was part of presenting here at ArtsEmerson. I was struck by how themes that have been at the heart of our commitment to this company are explicit and on display in this show. ArtsEmerson…

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Through our Together Apart series, we’ve taken the opportunity to look through our history and revisit performances that brought us joy, wonder, and help shape the ArtsEmerson experience. The 7 Fingers are definitely a standout, visiting Boston seven times since our first season in 2010 and most recently opening our 10th Anniversary Season. We’re thrilled that Sequence 8 is part of Together Apart (which is available to stream NOW-APR 27 here), and to celebrate our…

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Thank you for joining us for the Together Apart series! This is your chance to see one of the classic performances that turned Montreal’s The 7 Fingers into absolute fan-favorites in Boston; from our 2012/13 Season, it’s the miraculous Sequence 8! The 7 Fingers are a long time collaborator throughout ArtEmerson’s lifetime. From PSY in our very first season to Passengers as our opener for the 10th anniversary season, they always inspire audiences, and we are…

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An introduction to our new series from Artistic Director David Dower. “Connection across difference.”  Anyone who has come into the ArtsEmerson community has run across this phrase living at the heart of our purpose and values. It’s our reason for being and it guides our whole strategy as an arts organization. A defining feature of ArtsEmerson’s programming is the depth of the connections we foster between the artists on our stages and the many communities…

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Performing with The 7 Fingers is a physical feat. The troupe’s current production, Passengers (SEP 25-OCT 13), is certainly no exception to the rule and while seemingly effortless from the audience’s perspective, the daily maintenance and endurance needed is monumental. The show may only be 90 minutes, but the performers hardly leave the stage. If they are not the featured act, they are grabbing props, hoisting each other up, and moving as an ensemble to…

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