Monthly Archives: January 2012

Two Weeks of Twilight

By Christine Bernard For those who haven’t been counting the days, we have some exciting news: our production of Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 is a nearly one month away! For two weeks now, the cast has been rehearsing for long…

From Dancer to Choreographer

by Lindsay Eberly We recently interviewed X Dance choreographer Kameron Tarlow about his role in the show. He discussed his experiences as a dancer in last year’s X Dance, as a choreographer this year, and the transition between the two.…

Bogart’s Back in Boston

by Christine Bernard Tomorrow, Friday January 27, Emerson will once again open its doors to the famous director, Anne Bogart. Bogart will be in town for the weekend, holding auditions for Café Variations that she will be directing in the Spring.…

Punk Rock Opera House

by Ashley-Rose Galligan Broadway Across America opens the National Tour of American Idiot last night in Boston. American Idiot is a 2010 Tony Award nominated Broadway musical based on punk rock band Green Day’s album of the same name. American…

A Stage Manager’s Audition Process

NewFest auditions are upon us! Auditions for NewFest 2012: Rough & Tumble began last Friday and continued through the weekend. From the perspective of a stage manager, auditions are a period of surprising fun and unsurprising anxiety. It is our…

Dramatizing Diabetes

By Melissa Jesser Sugar, Robbie McCauley’s one-woman show, opens Friday, January 20, at ArtsEmerson in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box. McCauley is an Obie-award winning playwright, performance artist and a Professor in Emerson’s Department of Performing Arts. Directed by fellow…