SHINSAI in the Making

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by Katherine Charleton I graduated from Emerson last May with a degree in Arts Management, and moved to New York for a temporary gig as Press Coordinator at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. It was during my senior year … Continued

A Stroll Down Memory Lane

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Late last month we presented Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, a powerful chronicle of the LA Riots that rattled the nation twenty years ago. Just last weekend we presented SHINSAI: Theaters for Japan, a benefit event for the Japanese theater community … Continued

The Connection

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By Magda Romanska I am a dramaturg for the upcoming production of Café Variations, a collaboration between the SITI Company, ArtsEmerson, and Emerson Stage. I am also a faculty member at Emerson, teaching courses in dramaturgy and theatre history. The … Continued

Entertaining Political Theater

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by Christine Bernard This week ArtsEmerson is presenting Ameriville, a show that has been called “political theater made entertaining.” After our successful presentation of Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 and its focus on the social and racial struggles that are part … Continued

Let’s Start Talking

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by Tyler L.  York Anne Bogart has talked about Café Variations, the world-premiere co-production between our organization, ArtsEmerson, and the SITI Company which she is directing, as a piece based on the theme of “the alchemy that occurs when one human … Continued