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ArtsEmerson Year-end Media Highlights

End of the year 2020 media coverage of ArtsEmerson included news about its leadership transition, new programming, and inclusion in “Best of 2020” listings and holiday arts guides. Please see below for highlights:

Boston Globe:

“For theater lovers this season, a ‘Black Nativity’ history and a Scrooge or two

“These 10 theaters innovated amid a dramatic change of scene”

“In an abbreviated year, women playwrights and directors shone brightest”

Boston Herald: “December arts scene a holiday gift for Boston”

Boston Magazine: “How Did Boston’s Black Nativity Production Come to Be?”

WBZ-TV CBS Boston: “Local Theaters Get Creative – And Go Digital – To Survive COVID”


“An Actor Calls For A More Accessible And Inclusive Future In Theater”

“12 Standout Nights At The Virtual Theater, Even If We Weren’t In The Room Where They Happened”

Bay State Banner: “Somi Kakoma’s short film ruminates on isolated artmaking”

New England Theatre Geek: Do Not Forget to Breathe: “in the absence of things (work in progress)”

Broadway World: “ArtsEmerson & Cambodian Living Arts Present Arts & Healing: Bangsokol Virtual Festival”

Sampan: “Cambodian “Bangsokol” virtual festival conveys healing message”

New England Theatre Geek: Where do we go from here?: “Live Town Hall with the Davids: In Conversation With Claudia Rankine”

Broadway World: ArtsEmerson Presents Christiane Jatahy’s JULIA

Boston Globe: Javaad Alipoor on spicy Thai food, crying on planes, and the privilege of working in different places

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