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Traces

It was two years ago when The 7 Fingers graced the city of Boston with their impassioned masterpiece, Reversible, a show that emboldened us to delve deeper into the history of our familial predecessors, essentially unearthing the roots from which we flourish. Performed with a mélange of acrobatics, theatre, and dance, Reversible, as the Boston Globe extols, “affirms yet again that the collective virtuosity of this troupe is something to see – and, crucially, to…

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ArtsEmerson is proud to bring a variety of shows to our stages–in the past nine seasons, we have seen dance shows like Step Afrika’s The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence, multimedia performances like Cold Blood and Ada/Ava, music theater like Octavia E. Butler’s The Parable of the Sower and The Magic Flute, and of course, circus acts like The 7 Fingers’ Reversible. Next week, ArtsEmerson will welcome renowned interdisciplinary artist Raphaëlle Boitel to the Cutler…

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There is a beautiful serendipity to the pairing of productions in our season that is created through the simple necessity of the calendar. Productions that might not otherwise seem connected to each other suddenly dive into conversation by virtue of proximity. And so now we join in on a conversation between les 7 doigts de la main and Shakespeare’s Globe. The artists of Traces explore the connections we seek with each other – through dazzling…

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Thank you for attending 7 Fingers’ production of Traces! We are so pleased to have 7 Fingers back in Boston and want to hear your thoughts. Have you seen 7 Fingers before? Are you a fan of circus? Have you ever heard acrobats talk on stage? Which act is sticking out to you most?    

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The opening of Traces has put circus on the mind here at ArtsEmerson. We are fortunate to be in a city with an impressive community of organizations and performers dedicated to the many arts that make up Circus performance. Here flame artist Ember Flynne talks about the perceptions and legalities around fire performance.   “So what do you do?” It’s a typical date question. He takes a sip of his coffee and waits for me to answer….

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