Students have opportunities to study abroad all around the world.
The Robert Colby Distinguished Arts Educator Advocate Award in Theatre recognizes theatre arts educators for leadership in advocating for theatre and arts education
The Late Wedding is Emerson Stage’s first live performance since the pandemic began.
The Emerson community will gather Sunday, September 12, to remember Bob Colby, a beloved professor, a respected theatre maker, and a friend to many across the College.
We asked each of them four questions about their field, their classroom, and who they are when they aren’t teaching.
At night the puppets enjoy a ballroom soiree in the darkly lit library.
Performing Arts associate professor Magda Romanska contributed to the article “Cosplaying Oppression: Hollywood’s History of Excluding Autistic People From Their Own Stories,” describing the four tropes disabled characters typically play: the “magical cripple,” the “evil cripple,” the “inspirational cripple,” and the “redemptive cripple.”
Performing Arts Associate Professor Magda Romanska talked to the Massachusetts Cultural Council about “What possibilities [she] see[s] for [her] art.”
Musical Theatre major Anania Williams ’22 began a TikTok account in summer 2020 and has nearly two million followers to date and counting – how? By being funny, engaging, and most importantly, himself.
Emerson faculty members Kim McLarin and Natty Justiniano, and alumna Alison Qu ’20, recently were awarded Live Arts Boston (LAB) grants from The Boston Foundation.