While a cellphone played the Friends’ theme song, students tried out their best Chandler Bing imitations.
Adam Ginivisian ’07 went from the mailroom to partner in just 10 years at the talent agency ICM Partners, making him the company’s youngest partner. Although this feat sounds daunting, it’s not that hard to comprehend after finding out a little bit more about him
On April 4 and 5, Emerson hosted the inaugural ComEx: Comedy Extravaganza. The two-day featured work from students in the nation’s first BFA in Comedic Arts program, as well as the campus’ dozen or so comedy troupes, and ended with a late-night talk show style panel featuring alumni comedy writers and stand-ups.
This April 5-6, Emerson will showcase tomorrow’s comic masterminds with the inaugural ComEx Comedy Extravaganza, a two-day festival featuring student performances, sketches, and improv, and a “late nght show” with alumni comedy writers and a stand-up comic.
One of the Grown-ish’s writers this season was Hailey Chavez ’15, and Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Miranda Banks (who had Chavez in two classes) consulted on the show, working with the writers to make the characters’ college experience believable to audiences.
The Center for Comedic Arts is proud to announce the inaugural Comedy Extravaganza! (ComEx!), a two-day festival that will showcase the hilarious and diverse talents of Emerson student comedians.
Darrin Butters, who worked as an animator on Disney blockbusters Tangled, Frozen, and Zootopia, gave students an inside look at the soon-to-be-released Ralph Breaks the Internet Wednesday, November 7, in the Bill Bordy Theater.
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger ’05 shared career advice and her experiences as a woman working in stand-up with an Emerson classroom on Saturday.