Month: May 2017

  • Month: May 2017
May 11, 2022 | Theatre, What Did You Think?,

Let’s Talk About Sea Sick

Sea Sick, the celebrated one woman show, follows science journalist Alanna Mitchell’s grand adventure into the depths of the ocean to learn its secrets, face its demons, and come to...

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May 9, 2022 | Theatre,

Sea Sick: Resources for Further Information

Sea Sick is a production that deals with real world issues of climate change. To learn more about the topic, here is a list of resources for further reading: Dancing...

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May 9, 2022 | Theatre,

Turning Science Into Art

By Alanna Mitchell, 2014 So, how do you turn a science book about the ocean into a play? And, more to the point, why? Well, that part of the story...

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May 21, 2021 | Film, What Did You Think?,

Let’s Talk About Nailed It!

From Tippy Hedron to the pursuit of the American dream, Nailed It took us deep into the origin story of Vietnamese owned nail salons, as part of our Shared Stories...

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May 7, 2021 | What Did You Think?,

Let’s Talk About Community Stories!

This May, we showcases a several short films dedicated to and about Chinatown’s across the country. Projecting Connections: Community Stories is a chance to engage with history and current events of...

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May 28, 2020 | Together Apart,

WATCH: Parable Path Boston Conversations

On May 22nd, ArtsEmerson hosted a livestream presentation of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower where nearly 4500 people from all of the world joined us to listen to...

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May 22, 2020 | Theatre,

How a Production Comes Together: Parable of the Sower

It takes almost a year from when a production is chosen for our season to full realization on stage. From estimating space needs and resources, renting equipment and scheduling crew,...

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May 20, 2020 | Together Apart,

WATCH: A Conversation with Global Arts Corps of See You Yesterday

When See You Yesterday came to ArtsEmerson just about a year ago, we were absolutely blown away by the beauty and power of the storytelling, translating pain into performance. It...

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