Monthly Archives: January 2011

Student POV: ArtsEmerson’s The Color of Rose

By Ashley-Rose Galligan This semester, I have had the opportunity to work on ArtsEmerson’s The Color of Rose as the Assistant Stage Manager.  It is a play featuring the points of view of Rose Kennedy throughout her life as a…

Putting it Together: Emerson at KCACTF 2011

By Rafael Jaen Last week the lobby of the Four Points Sheraton in Leominster, MA, was lit up with the energy of hundreds of college theater students from across New England. They were sharing their creativity as part of the…

State of the Season – January 28

by Tyler York In the three production meetings this morning, we heard about initial designs, adaptations being made to designs, and the process of bring designs to life. Designs were presented for Chops: NewFest 2011. Scenic/props and costume designs are heavily…

Stardate 1/27/11

Hello my little french fries,  I hope things are well and you aren’t stuck in a snow bank somewhere? The Costume Shop has been working harder than the Elves on Dec 23rd.    I took a few “before” pictures of the…

Audience Development Event Update

by Katherine Charleton In my last blog post I announced I was working with Emerson Stage and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) on an audience development project. After several months of planning, I am happy to tell you that…

Emersonians Participate at Regional Theater Festival

Seven Emerson students and two staff members will soon be on their way to Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, MA from January 25-30 for the 43rd Region 1 Kennedy Center American Theater Festival (KCACTF). The Festival provides opportunities for students…

Theatre On a Dime

by Jason Allen-Forrest As of December 21, 2010 I saw a total of 60 live performances during the year. Average cost to me; $12 per ticket. How does one manages this, you might ask? The answer is simple-shop smartly. Orchestra…

Stardate 1/20/11

Hello my little gazelles, Is everyone well rested from their winter break? Good, because this semester is going to make The Fast and the Furious, look like a ride on the green line in winter. The Golden Age is just…

From the Playwright’s Perspective

by Kirin McCrory Let me start off with a confession: I am not a playwright. Oh, sure, I’ve been referring to myself as one for the past two months, but if anyone could hear my inner monologue directly after referring…