Emerson in the News


  • Lisa Dwan

    Reviews for Beckett presented by ArtsEmerson

    Reviewers use words like “gripping” and “stunning” to describe a solo performance by actress Lisa Dwan, who takes center stage to perform three plays by Samuel Beckett. The production runs through March 20, 2016 at the Paramount Mainstage. Globe correspondent Terry Byrne writes: “… Stripping away all the artifice of the stage, Beckett focuses on a range of feeling, something Dwan delivers with an intensity that is never less than mesmerizing.”

  • Mutchnick ’87 on the Beverly Hills Hotel, New York Times

    Trustee Max Mutchnick ’87 was interviewed by New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd for an Opinion piece about the protest of the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2014 due to the owner, the Sultan of Brunei, implementing Shariah law in his kingdom, making homosexuality and adultery punishable by law.

  • Brooke Knight

    Knight on Careers in the Film Industry

    Brooke Knight, chair of the Visual and Media Arts Department, was interviewed by Backstage about the numerous career opportunities in the film industry, especially ones that a student might not think about.

  • Kevin Bright

    Bright ’76 interviewed in Huffington Post

    Kevin Bright, Emerson College Los Angeles (ELA) vice president and founding director, talked to the Huffington Post about the SXSW premiere of the Best and Most Beautiful Things.

  • Prom Day at ELA

    Emerson Los Angeles on TV News for Hosting Prom Day for Girls in Need

    Emerson College Los Angeles was featured on news stations and in local media outlets across Southern California for its role in hosting Operation School Bell Prom Day, an annual event where homeless and low-income girls from Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) can pick out dresses, shoes and accessories for prom.

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    ECPS Super Tuesday Results, NECN

    Robynn Singer-Baefsky ’18, political communication major and Spencer Kimball, Communication Studies faculty member and ECPS adviser, discuss the latest results for the Presidential primary, also known as “Super Tuesday."

  • Shanae Burch

    Burch ’13 on Her Love of Acting, Boston Globe

    Alumna Shanae Burch was interviewed by the Boston Globe to discuss her love of acting and what ignited her passion.

  • Manny Basanese

    Basanese on Black Mass and Spotlight, Boston.com

    Manuel Basanese, assistant professor in the Department of Visual and Media Arts, joined a panel of four other local film specialists to discuss two of the biggest films of the year, Black Mass and Spotlight.

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