ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage
ArtsEmerson: The World on Stage is committed to bringing the world’s legendary and pioneering artists to Emerson College, presenting work from this country and abroad you’ve never had an opportunity to see—at least, not without first heading to the airport.
Based in the heart of Boston’s historic Theatre District—on the Emerson College campus—ArtsEmerson programs include culturally enriching theatre, film, and music. To further engage the Emerson College community, much of the work of ArtsEmerson will evolve out of periodic, multi-year residencies designed to facilitate the creation of new work and to provide opportunities for students, faculty, and the community to engage in the creative process.
ArtsEmerson gives Boston audiences a new level of cultural choice, by bringing professional American and international work to its four unique venues:
Two of ArtsEmerson's four unique venues: the recently restored Paramount Mainstage (left) and the Cutler Majestic Theatre (right), Emerson's largest historic theatre
- the beautifully restored 590-seat Paramount Mainstage, a cornerstone in the revitalization of downtown Boston recently brought back to life by Emerson
- the versatile, intimate Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre, which can seat up to 150 people (located within the Paramount Center)
- the state-of-the-art 170-seat Bright Family Screening Room (located within the Paramount Center)
- the beloved, historic 1,186-seat Cutler Majestic Theatre in the heart of Boston’s historic Theatre District, restored by Emerson in 2002.