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Kicking off our 5th Anniversary Season – the Mass Ave Challenge

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In celebration of the launch of our 5th Anniversary Season, we threw a challenge to our audiences – take a picture of yourself by ArtsEmerson’s SouthEnd Spectacular (located at the Mass Ave T-Stop), post on social media with #ArtsEmerson and tell us: What are you excited for this season and what is special to you […]

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A Constructive Look at RED-EYE to HAVRE de GRACE

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  At ArtsEmerson, we love a good a conversation. Presenting a wide stroke of work from around the world means many varied voices and styles come across our stages– an aspect of the organization that is simultaneously a strength and a challenge. One of our patrons, David Kaplan, experienced the experimental Edgar Allan Poe action-opera […]

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REHEARSING A REHEARSAL: AN INSIDER’S LOOK AT WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT…

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  What happens when you get six actors in a room to rehearse a play about a rehearsal process? In addition to the hysterical and ironic moments that came with rehearsing with a heightened level of meta-theatricality, it also presented a challenge to the artistic team: how do you enter each rehearsal allowing it to […]

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Check out these films, books and music related to COLUMBINUS

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  FILMS Bully (2011) The first feature-length documentary to be made in America about the subject, Bully follows a group of students and their families through an entire school year beginning on the first day. This character-driven, cinematic chronicling of the bullying crisis that effects more than 13 million schoolchildren in the US includes stories from […]

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Shakespeare in Song

  Shakespearean texts have been adapted just about every way imaginable. Disney added some lions to Hamlet and came out with The Lion King; Baz Luhrman found the young Leonardo DiCaprio for his modern, political take on Romeo & Juliet…for better or worse, depending on who you ask. The plays have been twisted into theatrical […]

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