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  • intramural volleyball tournament

    Apr1920133:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Max Mutchnick Campus Center
    Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Athletics

    For more information please contact:
    Christine Mccomb

     Register your team for an Coed Intramural  Volleyball Tournament.  Sign up your team up 6 to 8 players on the intramural website by April 17th at .

  • Graduate Student Global Party

    Apr1920133:30 pm - 5:00 pm

    Colonial Building

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Graduate Studies with International Graduate Student Organization (IGSO)

    For more information please contact:
    Lujia Chen, President IGSO

    Global Party

    The IGSO (International Graduate Student Organization) invites all Emerson Graduate Students to attend this event. Enjoy multicultural food, music and more!

    For more information find the IGSO on Facebook or email the IGSO.



  • A Conversation with Kenneth Anger

    Apr1920134:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Max Mutchnick Campus Center
    Multipurpose Room

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Department of Visual and Media Arts

    For more information please contact:
    Anna Feder

    During the 1950s and '60s filmmaker Kenneth Anger, one of the key figures in the development of American avant-garde cinema, was noted for his provocative, often violent films filled with Freudian and occult symbols, mystical rituals, sexual exhibitions, and personal visions. To Anger, filmmaking is equivocated with 'casting a spell' to invoke a higher spiritual and intellectual order. He was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up surrounded by Hollywood figures after he became a child actor in films such as A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) and Who Has Been Rocking My Dream Boat? (1941). Anger made his first important film, Fireworks, in 1947, completing it in two weekends. It was a highly personalized psychodrama featuring himself playing a guilt-filled gay man dreaming of being beaten by a group of sailors which leads him to sexual freedom. In 1949, the highly acclaimed film was shown to the public at Jean Cocteau's "Festival of the Damned" in Biarritz. Much of Anger's work was completed in France and other European countries. Many of his works, such as The Story of O, remain uncompleted. In addition to filmmaking, Anger also has written an expose of Hollywood behind-the-scenes, Hollywood Babylon.

  • Kenneth Anger: The Magick Lantern Cycle

    Apr1920136:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Paramount Center
    Bright Family Screening Room

    Sponsored by ArtsEmerson

    For more information please contact:
    ArtsEmerson Box Office

     Kenneth Anger: The Magick Lantern Cycle
    One of the most influential filmmakers of the 20th Century, Anger's work has inspired Gus Van Sant, Guy Maddin, David Lynch and Martin Scorsese, who has called him "without a doubt, one of our greatest artists." His cinematic arabesques are intended as alchemical rituals, designed to evoke profound change in the viewer through the uses of montage, music and archetypal symbol. Two programs showcase Anger's classic films along with new work not available on DVD.
    Special support provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
    Dr. Anger will appear between screenings to discuss his work.
    Friday, April 19, 6 p.m.
    Saturday, April 20, 9 p.m.

    Lucifer: Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome, Invocation of My Demon Brother and Lucifer Rising
    Directed by Kenneth Anger
    1954/1969/1972, DVD, Color, 79 minutes
    The Magickal films, inspired by the teachings of Aleister Crowley, including the fabulously decadent Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome, the psychedelic Invocation of My Demon Brother (soundtrack by Mick Jagger), and the sublimely transcendent Lucifer Rising.
    Friday, April 19, 9 p.m.
    Saturday, April 20, 6 p.m.

    Directed by Kenneth Anger
    1947/1953/1964, DVD, Black & White/Color, 60 minutes
    The homoerotic films, including Anger's pioneering Fireworks, which Jean Cocteau praised as "coming from that beautiful night from which emerge all true works", the hermaphroditic dreamscape of Eaux d'Artifice, and Scorpio Rising, a rapturous celebration of "Thanatos in chrome and black leather and bursting jeans."



  • Trojan Women

    Apr1920138:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    Paramount Center
    Paramount Center Mainstage

    See for ticket pricing information

    Sponsored by ArtsEmerson

    For more information please contact:
    ArtsEmerson Box Office

     ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage presents Trojan Women. In the ruins of their burning city, the royal women of Troy—still mourning the slaughter of their husbands and sons—await enslavement and exile. Among the greatest of all antiwar dramas, Trojan Women (After Euripides) meditates on the moments of individual choice that separate death and life, despair and hope, future and past. In a contemporary adaptation by Jocelyn Clarke, characters such as Odysseus who were formerly seen but not heard appear, and live original music underscores the timeless tale. Acclaimed director Anne Bogart and her SITI Company return to ArtsEmerson after last spring's Café Variations with this vital production of Euripides' classic.

    Emerson Community (Faculty, Staff, Parents, Alumni) memberships are half-price—just $30! Your membership more than pays for itself instantly, and comes with a host of special benefits and privileges, such as ticket savings and a complimentary ticket*.

    Emerson Student Memberships are FREE! Just stop by the Box Office and show us your student ID and you can get advance tickets for only $15 each ($10 rush!). Memberships and tickets cannot be purchased online, but once you validate your ID with us in person, you can purchase tickets over the phone or in person at the Box Office.

    To become an Emerson Community or Emerson Student Member, visit the Paramount Center (559 Washington St) or Cutler Majestic Theatre (219 Tremont St) Box Offices. Emerson Community memberships may also be purchased online at, or by calling 617.824.8400.

    *Up to $60 value.

  • Two Gentlemen of Verona

    Apr1920138:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Cutler Majestic Theatre
    $20 Public, $15 Students & Seniors, $10 Emerson

    Sponsored by Emerson Stage

    For more information please contact:
    Tyler York

    Shakespeare's first romantic comedy gets a treatment of music from the '70s in this story of love and betrayal involving best friends who fall in love with the same woman. The friends remain loyal only to their own desires, forsaking their friendship and those they love, as they let their passions guide them forward.