“L” is for the letters you wrote to me…
With Kneehigh’s Tristan and Yseult right around the corner we thought we’d take a look at what loves ACTUALLY GOT TO DO WIT’ IT! Love takes many forms; over the next few blogs we’ll talk about a few and hope you will chime in with your own insights into that crazy little thing we call love.
“O” is for only the lonely…
You guys will see when you come see Kneehigh’s production of Tristan and Yseult in a few weeks, but an epic love story is just as much about the un-loved as it is for the loved, maybe even more.
“V” is very very complicated…
once asked him: ‘What is love?’ – He replied, ‘It is the euphoria of impossibility.’ – from Kneehigh’s Tristan and Yseult For as long as love stories have existed so has the “love triangle”.
“E” is even more I can’t afford…
Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for whoever loves others has fulfilled the law.
Emerson Black & White Ball
Months before each production in our season appears on our stages, the staff at ArtsEmerson conducts a Page One Conversation with the artists involved. A Page One Conversation is exactly what it sounds like – an opportunity for us all to get on the same page about their production coming to ArtsEmerson.
Top 5 Parking Space Savers That Remind Us of Tristan & Yseult
Friends, it’s no secret we’re all losing our minds here in Boston due to record snow fall, public transportation shut-downs, and neighbors who protect their dug out parking spots with bizarre totems and aggressively written notes. It’s literally all we can think about. So, why fight that? This morning it occurred to me that if I could just make it until Tristan & Yseult starts on March 5th, I might just be ok. In an effort to combine this present difficulty and a future hopeful event, we hereby present...
A Note From The Director Of Tristan & Yseult...
I love this production. It is one of those rare shows that is greater than the sum of its parts. It has taken on a universality that touches and surprises me each time we perform it.
- Location: Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre
- Created by: Kneehigh
- Adapted and Directed by: Emma Rice
- Writers: Carl Grose and Anna Maria Murphy
- Ages: 10+
- Running Time: 2 hours and 5 minutes with one 20 minute intermission