ArtsEmerson executive director David Howse sits down with Open Studio host and alum Jared Bowen to discuss how theatre is changing amidst COVID-19, this “year of experimentation,” and how performances may look when in-person art returns.
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.
This free workshop on freedom, hosted by Parable Path Boston and ArtsEmerson, will feature Toshi Reagon, Kwame Alexander, Jason Reynolds, Jacqueline Woodson, and many more.
ArtsEmerson is offering special pricing for the Emerson community.
ArtsEmerson and WERS will use the grant to fund programming initiatives.
Beginning in January 2021, David Dower will leave his leadership role with Emerson’s Office of the Arts, ArtsEmerson and HowlRound. David C. Howse will assume the role of Vice President of the Emerson College Office of the Arts and continue as ArtsEmerson’s Executive Director.
ArtsEmerson’s February 2020 production of Detroit Red came away with two Elliot Norton Awards on Monday, May 11: Outstanding Actor for Eric Berryman, who played a young Malcolm X, and Outstanding New Script for Will Power.
“David Howse has pushed an ambitious program while keeping his theaters financially viable.”
ArtsEmerson, in its 10th anniversary season, is launching a free online initiative that looks to bring audiences together from the safety of their homes.
David Dower, ArtsEmerson’s artistic director, was interviewed for a piece describing the effect of COVID-19 on the theatre world, which has essentially grinded to a halt amidst the global health pandemic.