PLEASE LET ME IN was inspired by a class that both Cannon and Rubio took as undergraduates at Emerson.
Mary Egan and Letao Chen wowed the judges.
Sangerman is back just steps from where he honed his skills as an actor and singer, performing in the ensemble of A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical at the Emerson Colonial Theatre.
On July 27, 2022, Norman Lear ‘44, the man who arguably did more to shape television in the 20th century than anyone else, hits the century mark.
Inspired by the band’s music, tamia jordan, Director of Intercultural Student Affairs, wanted the group to perform at Emerson.
“These language-response theater programs center AAPI artists and audiences,” Qu said.
The second in a two-part timeline of LGBTQIA+ life at Emerson: 2000s-today.
While most art houses, commercial theaters, and independent cinemas understand this, they are not equally accessible or accommodating for movie-goers.
With the motto, “Culture builds,” the Mass Cultural Council aims to make cultural life and education more accessible across the commonwealth.
The narrative short is 18 minutes long, confronting themes of grief and recovery in new and thought-provoking ways.