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.
Office of the Arts will suspend activities in the spaces until further notice.
“Common Ground Revisited,” based on the Pulitzer-Prize winning book Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families, will be performed at the Huntington Theatre in January 2021, directed by Emerson professor and Hartford Stage artistic director Melia Bensussen.
P. Carl had never written a book, when a literary agent called asking him to write his memoir.
ArtsEmerson’s Dower Talks Theatremaking During Political Crisis with Chilean Playwright Guillermo Calderón
ArtsEmerson’s David Dower spoke with Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón to get his perspective of the ongoing protests in Chile.
Emerson College will host a live recording of the podcast How to Survive the End of the World, a show featuring sister hosts Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown (Emergent Strategy), who will interview composer and performer Toshi Reagon about climate apocalypse and transformative responses to climate change
In a conversation with Triptych librettist korde arrington tuttle, it became clear that while this ArtsEmerson production certainly focuses on Mapplethorpe’s photography, it primarily serves as a prompt for larger discussions on queerness, intersectionality, and how we all lean into discomfort to discover something deeper about ourselves.