Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis, the basis for Wayne Shorter’s and esperanza spalding’s new opera, is brimming with questions that reverberate in our contemporary world.
These rules closely follow the regulations put in place by the College’s COVID-19 team and are designed to ensure the safety of all who visit our performance spaces.
There will be three shows of Iphigenia at ArtsEmerson.
Penoi wants ArtsEmerson to reflect what is happening in the community.
She will be ArtsEmerson’s third artistic leader, following founder Rob Orchard and Artistic Director David Dower.
Penoi (Laguna Pueblo/Cherokee) will begin her work with ArtsEmerson on August 2.
Vice President of Office of the Arts & Executive Director of ArtsEmerson David Howse joined hosts Anne Mostue and Joe Shortsleeve to discuss the rejuvenation and return of arts as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to subside in the U.S.
ArtsEmerson will feature in-person and virtual shows this season.
ArtsEmerson executive director David Howse writes a piece reflecting on the past year without in-person theatre performances.
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.