Month: February 2012

  • Month: February 2012
February 29, 2012 | Theatre,

Morgan Jenness on AMERIVILLE

ArtsEmerson’s Dramaturgy and Outreach Fellow Sara Bookin-Weiner talks to Universes’ dramaturg Morgan Jenness about Ameriville, playing at the Paramount Center Mainstage, March 13-18. SBW: How did Universes develop Ameriville? MJ:...

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February 27, 2012 | Theatre,

ArtsEmerson Conversations: AMERIVILLE

In anticipation of Ameriville, Emerson professor Magda Romanska talks to Jed Horne, an award-winning writer and journalist and the author of Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death...

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February 22, 2012 | Theatre,

Check out these films, books and music related to AMERIVILLE

By Corrie Glanville FILMS Portraits of New Orleans In advance of Ameriville, ArtsEmerson  is screening three films that center around New Orleans: Les Blank’s Always For Pleasure, a portrait of...

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February 3, 2012 | What Did You Think?,

What did you think of 69˚S. (THE SHACKLETON PROJECT)?

What did Phantom Limb’s dreamscapes remind you of? How do you see Shackleton’s expedition after watching the performance? Join the conversation by commenting here!

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February 3, 2012 | Theatre,

Creating “Tiny, Tiny Actors”

By Alyssa Mulligan Creating a puppet theatre company wasn’t always the goal for the husband-and-wife duo of Phantom Limb Company.  In fact, Erik Sanko was originally a “closet puppet maker,”...

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