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"Swiss Army Man" Directors Talk Emerson with Boston Herald

Daniel Kwan '10 and Daniel Scheinert '09, directors of the surreal and scatalogical comedy Swiss Army Man, told the Boston Herald's Stephen Schaefer how Emerson College shaped their lives, creatively and professionally.

Marketing Comm Students Pitch New Balance to Their Peers

Marketing Communications students wanted to make you think of fashion-forward urban youth when you think New Balance. Their campaigns for so impressed executives from the Boston-based athletic apparel company that the students were invited to their new headquarters on Wednesday, June 22, to share their strategies.

Emerson Alumna, Overseer Offering First Broadway Live Stream

On Thursday, June 30, 8:00 pm, Emerson Overseer and Alumna Bonnie Comley's BroadwayHD will make history when it streams Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of She Loves Me live from Studio 54.

Gerzof Richards Talks About Hate Crimes on "Greater Boston"

Emerson College faculty member David Gerzof Richard was part of a panel discussing whether hate crimes are on the rise on WGBH’s Greater Boston June 20.

Emerson Los Angeles Wins National Design Award

Emerson College Los Angeles (ELA) won a national award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Facility Executive reports.

Emerson Class Cited in Washington Post

The Washington Post cited Emerson College faculty member Magda Romanka's World Drama class in an article about college classrooms writing and editing Wikipedia pages as research assignments. A student in Romanska's class wrote the Wikipedia page on "Theatre and disability." 

ENDgame: Engagement Lab Hosts Jam to Devise Games About Death

It’s 3:00 pm on a Monday in the Little Building Cabaret, and a woman in red sneakers and a bandanna is playing a Twister knockoff with the Grim Reaper. She won’t win this game; no one beats death. But she might come away with some ideas of her own for making the march toward oblivion more personally meaningful and interactive, via a performance piece called THE END.

Emerson Alumni Create Offbeat Realities with Podcasts

In an alternate universe, the Red Line is trying to secede from the MBTA and become an independent city, the Wonderland Amusement Park—closed in 1911 in our world—is still offering (lethal) rollercoaster rides, and Matt Damon sews his own Oscars tuxedos from thread purchased on Newbury Street. That universe can be found at GreaterBostonShow.com

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Summer Apartment Workshop

July 08, 2016 10:00am


Students: Join the Office of Off-Campus Student Services for a workshop to assist you with the challenges of securing housing in and around the Greater Boston area. We hope that you will join us for the last workshop of the summer!

Cuisine and Confessions performers

ArtsEmerson: Cuisine & Confessions by Les 7 doigts de la main

July 12, 2016 7:30pm


Direct from Paris, Rome, Montreal, and Moscow, the international hit Cuisine & Confessions, by the world-famous circus Les 7 doigts de la main, makes its American premiere for a limited engagement in Boston this summer.

Orientation

Fall 2016 Orientation

August 29, 2016 8:00am


Emerson College welcomes all incoming freshmen, transfer students, parents, and graduate students at Fall 2016 Orientation!

Ouroboros performers

ArtsEmerson Presents: Ouroboros Trilogy--Three Operas

September 10, 2016 11:00am


An ouroboros, an ancient Greek icon depicting a serpent eating its own tail, has become symbolic of eternal renewal. Created by Boston’s Cerise Lim Jacobs, Ouroboros Trilogy is a cycle of three grand operas.


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