Design

Costume Obsession

If you’re the kind of person who bases their Must See TV on “which shows have the best wardrobe” (All you Downton Abbey fans, don’t even pretend to look the other way)…well, you are in luck: Fathers & Sons, which is…

Café Variations: Meet the Designers

Interview with Brian Scott, lighting designer by Tierra Bonser Brian Scott described his role as lighting designer as a, “visual storyteller with light composition, the purpose of which is to support the way a story is being told as a…

A Collaboration Comes Together

by Megan Harris The room seemed alive, it buzzed with conversation; the sound of excited chatter rose to the top of the Paramount Atrium. As we took our seats for the Café Variations design presentations and meet and greet, Rob J.…

Theater Transformed Into South Central LA

This past Monday, the Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 scenic team started loading the show’s scenery in the Semel Theater. In case you missed our Facebook post on Tuesday, there is an actual car in Emerson’s Tufte Center! We had the…

A Guy Named Moose

By Lindsay Eberly What’s the common denominator between a guy named Moose, an auto shop in Brockton and a dozen TVs? That would a Mr. Ron DeMarco, props master extraordinaire in general and currently Props Master on Emerson Stage’s Twilight:…

Costuming Twilight

by Christine Bernard Countdown to Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992: 8 days! With so much excitement in the air, we couldn’t help but take a tour of the Emerson costume shop and get a little sneak peek of the upcoming show’s…