Crisis counselor, coloring book creator, journalist — Mary Malloy wears many hats — and some of them are tiaras.
Jucan explores the fakeness embedded in software, AI, television, and more.
The stories vary from autobiographical to sci-fi, drama to documentary to kids’ shows.
‘It is hard to imagine Boston theatre without him. We are the strong community that exists now because of Spiro Veloudos.’
Senior Artist-in-Residence and Artistic Director of Emerson Stage Annie Levy spoke with casting publication Backstage for a piece on the state of drama schools amidst a striking Hollywood and decline in theater venues.
The fellowship aims to nurture diverse and dynamic leaders, enrich the graduate student experience at Emerson, and foster positive change in communication and the arts.
Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe recently reviewed Emerson Contemporary’s current exhibition, “Rachel Rossin: Works from THE MAW OF,” on view in the Media Art Gallery through October 14.
“I talk about a Taylor Swift concert and he talks about a documentary he really likes. We get to connect through music.”
A word or phrase that was commonplace for centuries may now be understood as insensitive, but many writers aren’t always tuned in to what’s appropriate.
Jesse Epstein was excited about working with the students in Pakistan after months of meeting virtually.