Month: April 2015

  • Month: April 2015
April 28, 2015 | Theatre,

Everyone Loves A Parade

Sometimes a season is planned with themes in mind.   Sometimes you look for those themes after the season has been planned.   And then sometimes, once in awhile, you...

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April 16, 2015 | Notes From Leadership,

The Complications of Producing History

I’m thinking a lot about history these days, mostly because I don’t know what to think about it. What on earth are we to do with history? How do we...

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April 13, 2015 | Theatre,

Double Edge Theatre, Chagall, and the 20th Century

Double Edge Theatre found many sources of inspiration for The Grand Parade (of the 20th Century) – their mythic depiction of 1900 – 1999. One such source was a series of paintings...

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April 10, 2015 | Theatre,

Here We Go!

HERE WE GO!   IT ALL STARTS HERE…AND YOU’RE INVITED! 2015/16 SEASON PREVIEW Intentionally Different, Entirely ArtsEmerson   THU, MAY 7 @ 6:30PM Emerson/Paramount Center 559 Washington St, Boston FREE...

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April 9, 2015 | What Did You Think?,

What Did You Think of Ulysses on Bottles

Thank for joining us for Israeli Stage’s production of Ulysses on Bottles by Gilad Evron. We would love to hear your thoughts on the ideas of the production in the comments...

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April 9, 2015 | What Did You Think?,

What Did You Think of Needles and Opium

Thank you for attending Ex Machina’s Needles and Opium! There are so many moving parts in this production, we’d love to hear what is standing out.   How do you feel...

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April 7, 2015 | Theatre,

A Conversation with Two Theatres: Culture Clash and Double Edge Theatre [FULL VIDEO] – March 25th, 2015

  In this public discussion, ArtsEmerson hosted three members of Culture Clash (Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas and Herbert Siguenza) and Double Edge artists Stacy Klein, Carlos Uriona and Matthew Glassman...

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April 6, 2015 | Theatre,

That’s SO ArtsEmerson

“That was SO ArtsEmerson”   This is something audiences often exit our theatres saying, which begs the question, “How can so many people say the same thing about such wildly...

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