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When See You Yesterday came to ArtsEmerson just about a year ago, we were absolutely blown away by the beauty and power of the storytelling, translating pain into performance. It is a production that sits deeply within our memories and we were honored to talk with members of the Global Arts Corps and Phare Circus, co-creators of See You Yesterday. Artistic Director David Dower was joined in conversation with Global Arts Corps Founder Michael Lessac…

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This post was written by Stuart Beacham, our audio supervisor, to help all of our audience members achieve the best at home theatre experience. As we continue to adapt to this new normal, traditional venues for the arts and entertainment have moved to the digital world. As presenters living in this digital medium, the way in which our audience experiences the content we share is still as important today as it was when our theaters…

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Parable Path Boston will kick-off on May 22 with a stream of the concert version Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower from NYU Abu Dhabi as part of the Together Apart series. The event will also include pre and post event conversations with panelists in conversation with Toshi Reagon. To learn more about our panelists, click here. You can leave questions for the panelists here for the pre and post show conversations. You can…

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We hosted our third Town Hall with Artistic Director David Dower and Executive Director David C. Howse on May 14th, 2020 at 12 PM EST. Press play to hear some conversation about where our season announcement is, how we are moving forward as a presenting organization, and we envision gathering — both online and in person eventually. What did you think? Comment below! View Town Hall #1 here and Town Hall #2 here. If you…

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In the early months of 2018, audiences gathered for this intimate story of adolescence and queer identity unfolding through stop-motion animation and a live soundtrack. Torrey Pines is a show we keep coming back to — its ability to be so specific in its narrative yet relatable to all of our own experiences of growing up is a gift for all viewers. Audiences were delighted by the experience and the show’s merch can be spotted…

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