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FROM THE BLOG

TAKING THE LEAP BY ARTISTIC DIRECTOR DAVID DOWER

When Angels Fall

Now in our ninth season, ArtsEmerson has established a reputation for putting the world on stage here in Boston. We take pride in offering audiences access to artists and cultures from around the globe that would otherwise not be seen in the city.

ArtsEmerson’s seasons are an opportunity for the adventurous and the curious to explore the world. People frequently ask me how we even choose these shows, they seem so consistently different from each other, let alone different from the traditional understanding of what theatre is. When Angels Fall took a particular route to us. This is a story of being smitten.

Typically, a show landing in our season is one that we’ve seen somewhere in the world, and it has joined the ever-expanding list of projects we are inspired to share with you. And from that perpetually too-long list, we are guided by our mission to reveal the rich diversity of the world as we arrive at each season. It’s rare that we program a work that we’ve not seen somewhere first, rarer still that we would do that with an artist whose work is new to us.

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ArtsEmerson Leadership Photo“ArtsEmerson puts the world on stage and screen to help us understand our world, celebrate our place in it, and explore how we each can contribute to its transformation. We are passionately committed to delivering exceptional experiences for our audiences and operate from the belief that the arts belong to everyone. We invite you to come with us to places you have not been and share experiences you could not anticipate but will never forget. And, if you are so inclined, to engage with a room full of fellow travelers (who are your neighbors) to sort it all out. Let us begin to rediscover our community through the shared experience of art and conversation.”

– ArtsEmerson Leadership Team