Friends and colleagues described her as a larger-than-life presence, with a wicked sense of humor, a great story teller, and a force of nature.
Professor Maureen Shea, a gifted stage director, beloved faculty member, and dear friend, passed away Tuesday, September 20, after a brief illness.
Please meet a sampling of students kind enough to speak to an Emerson Today reporter randomly interrupting their conversations.
Each Fall, we introduce them to the community and ask them to answer a handful of (totally optional) questions
Meet Emerson’s newest faculty members
Shakespeare’s plays are continually reinterpreted, 400 years after he wrote them.
Sangerman is back just steps from where he honed his skills as an actor and singer, performing in the ensemble of A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical at the Emerson Colonial Theatre.
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.
Did they win? Did they lose? You’ll have to read the article.
“These language-response theater programs center AAPI artists and audiences,” Qu said.