Artists of tomorrow, on stage today

Emerson Stage is the producing organization within the Emerson College Department of Performing Arts. Here, the next generation of actors, designers, stage managers, technicians, administrators, and educators work alongside distinguished faculty, professional staff, and guest artists to bring skills learned in the classroom to vibrant life on stage. 

Each academic year, Emerson Stage shows are produced in each of the five different theatres across campus, including the Cutler Majestic Theatre, the Greene Theater, the Semel Theater, Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theater, and the Robert J. Orchard Stage in the Paramount Center. Learn more about these performance venues.

Most Performing Arts degree program curriculums include Emerson Stage participation requirements. For more detailed information, please visit your degree program page.

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Past Seasons

Explore our most-recent seasons to see what else our students, faculty, and staff have produced.

Emerson Stage Blog

View articles written by the Emerson community that go behind the scenes.

Emerson Stage Stories

Blog: When an Actor Becomes a Designer by Brenda Epstein

Can you imagine a world where every day feels like a tech rehearsal? I can. I’ve been living in it for the last four weeks, and trust me, it’s truly not as grueling as it sounds.

Blog: Some Famous Avian Flights and Failures By James La Bella, Stupid F##king Bird Dramaturg

Initial critical disdain has been something of a badge of honor for The Seagull and its descendants since the original, disastrous St. Petersburg premiere in 1896. Since then, it seems that few productions of Chekhov’s masterwork about a group of generationally-clashed artists on a Russian estate have managed to universally please critics and audiences alike.