the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
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ALL DAY, ONLINE, NOV 28 ONLY Give the Gift of Theatre this Holiday Season!
Tickets just $25 for the first two performances of every January-April production
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*Conditions: Valid November 28, to midnight-midnight only. Offer applies to the first two performances of every ArtsEmerson theatre event (only applies to the first performance of Tomáš Kubínek). Circa and AA section seating are excluded from this offer. No per ticket fees, however, a $5 total order fee applies. Other restrictions may apply.
This is about much more than a medical condition. Sugaris a metaphor and reality related to race, class, gender and health, bringing together storytelling, social commentary and interactive dialogue on the subject of diabetes and health care disparities.
Ernest Shackleton’s 1914 trans-Antarctic expedition is reignited by a contemporary dilemma: a changing environment and the planet’s uncertain future. Theatre, dance, puppetry, photography and film unite in impressionistic and stunning tableaux vivants.
The energetic and diverse Universes put the state of the Union under the microscope and into the microphone, as they spin harmonies and beatboxing around race, poverty, politics and more, examining our country through Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
This off-the-wall masterpiece by Robert Lepage was freely inspired by fables written by Hans Christian Andersen (who didn't really like children) and explores unraveling relationships, personal demons and compromise that comes too late.
The irresistibly charming Tomáš Kubínek is a self-proclaimed physical poet and verbal acrobat, needless risk-taker, professor of fantastically useless inventions, arduous advocate of the commonplace miracle, certified lunatic and master of the impossible.
Charles Mee’s Café Plays combine with music from the American musical songbook under director Anne Bogart. Incorporating dialogue, music and dance, SITI Company will join young artists to render romantic and philosophical stories from the café world.