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A Brimful of Asha is now available for on demand streaming through Monday, MAR 22! This hilarious and heartwarming tale of love, family, and generational leaps is truly a delight. From Why Not Theatre based in Toronto, we’re grateful to have a digital presentation of their work. However, we want to know what you thought! Below are some questions to prompt discussion, or feel free to leave a comment of whatever comes across your find. What…

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2020 has been quite a year for all of us. As we reflect on the past year we want to thank you for your incredible support of ArtsEmerson and our artists this season. We were fortunate to receive both national and local funding that enabled us to continue supporting international artists in the creation of new works. Currently, we are nurturing a thrilling bounty of new forms, new stories, and experiments in new platforms being…

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Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) is a monumental performance, celebrating the creative forces of Bryce Dessner, korde arrington tuttle, Patti Smith, Essex Hemphill, and Roomful of Teeth — just to name a few of the incredible collaborators involved. Rather than a traditionally structured retrospective of Robert Mapplethorpe’s iconic photography, Triptych is able to raise up important questions of race, queerness, and artistic license while honoring Mapplethorpe’s earth-shattering approach to the art form. In a…

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Thank you! The Best Theater 2018 – WBUR From Company One Theatre’s quirky fairy tale “Leftovers” to American Repertory Theater’s vibrant “Barber Shop Chronicles” to the ArtsEmerson-presented The Peculiar Patriot, a shout-out to disproportionate number of African-Americans who are incarcerated, the urgent concerns of people of color have been addressed. And in WET: A DACAmented Journey, a talented Dreamer told his piercingly human story. Don Aucoin’s Top 10 in theater in 2018 – The Boston…

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Thank you joining us for Cara Mia and Ignite/Arts’ production of WET: A DACAmented Journey. We want to know what you thought, so please leave your comments below. Did you learn something new? What is a truth that you heard? What are organizations or movements organizing around immigrant rights and immigration reform that you want other people to know about? Alex Alpharaoh gives us a lot to think about through this story of navigating constantly shifting…

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