Please join us in extending well-deserved congratulations to the faculty members approved for tenure, promotion, and emeritus status by the Board of Trustees on Friday, January 26.
Senior Distinguished Artist-in-Residence P. Carl’s memoir, Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition, is now a play, and the Emerson community is invited to see it free of charge at one of two shows in its upcoming world premiere
“I still use a lot of techniques I learned at Emerson today.”
Props fill large multi-level wooden shelves that reach towards the approximately 40-feet high ceiling.
More than two dozen Emerson alums have worked on films being screened at Sundance this year.
The event featured a short documentary and an interactive theatre performance to support peace, healing, and justice in Boston.
On July 27, 2022, Norman Lear ‘44, the man who arguably did more to shape television in the 20th century than anyone else, hits the century mark.
What do sleep, dreams, and nightmares look like as dance?
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?
Qu is founder and executive director of CHUANG Stage, a bilingual theatre company devoted to telling Asian American stories