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Thank you for joining us for the National Theatre’s An Inspector Calls! We are so proud to present this landmark production in the Cutler Majestic .  J.B. Priestley’s script offers all the twist and turns of an Agatha Christie novel, written for a post World War II world. He is asking us to look at class systems and consider our proximity to the most vulnerable people in our communities. What conversations did you have on your way home?What…

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Thank you for joining us for Raphaëlle Boitel’s When Angels Fall! We are so excited to host them in the Cutler Majestic this weekend and would love to hear about your experience. There is so much for us to interpret from this performance. What did you see? What did you take away? If you had to describe this production to a friend in one sentence, what would you say? Learn more about Raphaëlle here – we’ve got…

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Thank you for joining us for Cold Blood by Astragales! From the day we opened Kiss and Cry we have been anticipating the return of this company. Let us know your thoughts in the comments!   Want to read more about Cold Blood. Check out content from our blog here.

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Thank you for joining us for The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence from Step Afrika! We are proud to have this incredible company back at the Emerson Cutler Majestic, bringing to life the history of the Great Migration through the lens of Jacob Lawrence’s art. Please share your reflections on the performance in the comments. To hear stories of migration in our own community or to learn more about the Great Migration, see these posts on…

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Thank you for joining us for Les 7 Doigts de le main’s latest concoction, Cuisine and Confessions!  Now that the bread is out of the oven and everyone’s feet are firmly planted on the ground, it’s time for you to ‘fess up. We’ve heard a ton about the acrobats’ relationship to food, but what about yours? Is there a particular dish that stands out to you as defining a part of your life or culture? Was…

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