Who really benefits from content warnings? What content necessitates a warning? How do the dynamics of content warnings change when a piece of art is assigned for a class, versus a performance that audiences can opt in and out of?
The Black and Indigenous Futures Convening will examine history and envision a de-colonized tomorrow.
The weeklong residency is one piece of a larger partnership launched 10 years ago to help playwrights earn a living.
Shea, who died in September 2022, was a profound force, writes Ates in an essay adapted from his remarks at Shea’s memorial gathering, held last month.
While Orchard led ArtsEmerson, he brought more than 84 global productions from 16 different countries to Boston
“In publishing this anthology, HowlRound hopes to further our vision of a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions.”
Students participate in all aspects of planning the Emerson Stage season.
P. Carl discusses literature, non-fiction, and poetry that helped him write his own story.
Since COVID-19 has forced artists to rethink how they engage with audiences and survive social distancing, HowlRound is reaching more and more people hungry to connect.
HowlRound and a group of artists, arts administrators, and others from around the U.S. will gather online Monday, March 16, at 8:00 pm EST to discuss how COVID-19 is impacting freelance artists from all disciplines, and where artists can look for support in this complicated moment.