Emerson in the News

  • Alumna co-produces Broadway's "Priscilla Queen of the Desert"

    Bonnie Comley, MA ’94, is one of the producers of Broadway’s Priscilla Queen of the Desert: The Musical, an adaptation of the Australian movie of the same title that was released in 1994.

  • Bario included in Hollywood Reporter's Most Powerful Women in Entertainment

    Holly Bario ’89, co-president of production for DreamWorks Studios, was named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Entertainment for 2011.

  • Yarbrough’s new book review in Boston Globe

    Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Steve Yarbrough’s new book, The Realm of Last Chances, follows the lives of suburban couple Kristen and Cal.

  • McGackin's book mentioned on Time.com

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  • ArtsEmerson's TNT Festival featured on WBUR

    ArtsEmerson’s The Next Thing (TNT) Festival, a high-energy tour of contemporary performance, will run February 15 through 24. 

  • Puopolo 9/11 healing book on WCVB

    Tita Puopolo ’96, MA ’97, was recently featured on WCVB-TV’s ongoing “Boston Strong” series that profiles local acts of courage and perseverance in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.

  • NECN asks Bates about Sterling and sexism

    Executive Director of the Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement, Learning, and Research Kelly Bates spoke with Jim Braude about the Donald Sterling controversy.

  • Globe reviews faculty-directed play

    A production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night directed by Emerson Performing Arts Chair Melia Bensussen was reviewed by the Boston Globe.



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