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ArtsEmerson In the News

 

The Boston Globe | May 2018

Many Mass. arts organizations to benefit from Barr Foundation initiative

James Canales, president and trustee of the Barr Foundation, said the initiative would enable the foundation and its partners “to come together and elevate a set of issues fundamental to the arts — excellence, relevance, risk-taking, and civic leadership — and to better understand how these concepts mesh to create new impact in communities.”


On The Blog | Apr 2017

ArtsEmerson Announces Deborah Smith as Senior Development Officer

ArtsEmerson proudly announces that Deborah Smith will serve as its new Senior Development Officer. She started in March and comes to ArtsEmerson after serving at both CitiGroup and State Street.

 

The Boston Globe | Dec 2017

Put the spotlight on arts in Boston’s conversation on race
By David C. Howse and David Dower

The Spotlight series on racism in Boston lays out painful truths that too many of us would prefer to deny or deflect. An additional chapter could be written on the arts sector.


The Boston Globe | Dec 2017

Don Aucoin’s Top 10 theater picks for 2017

“Home,” ArtsEmerson

 

Edge Media Network | Dec 2017

Clinton Campbell's Top Ten for Boston Theater 2017

"Beauty Queen of Leenane" - Druid Theatre Company's 20th anniversary production performed at ArtsEmerson reunited Tony winning director Garry Hynes with Best Actress winner Marie Mullen, who this time took on the role of the despotic mother. It was an evening of fireworks."

 

On The Blog | Oct 2017

ArtsEmerson's 2nd Annual World Alive! Celebration Benefits New Gaining Ground Fund

"On October 11th, we gathered for the 2nd annual World Alive! Celebration. This year, donors came together to support the recently launched Gaining Ground Fund – a newly established resource that allows us to more readily support artists whose work reflects the African Diasporic experience in America."


Frieze.com | Oct 2017

Staying in the Room: Ways of talking about race and appropriation: Claudia Rankine, Hannah Black and Tate Modern's ‘Black Art, Black Power’ conference

"Rankine’s current project is The White Card, a play she is writing with dramaturge P. Carl, which was motivated by ‘the desire to have a conversation that kept going, and nobody slammed the door’."

 

The Boston Globe | Oct 2017

ArtsEmerson’s P. Carl awarded prestigious fellowship

"P. Carl, the co-artistic director of ArtsEmerson, is one of 25 artists and cultural leaders awarded “Art of Change’’ fellowships by the Ford Foundation."


The Boston Globe | Sep 2017

‘We choose: hope, love, respect,’ Paramount Theatre marquee says

"One message on the Paramount Theatre marquee: “When hate is allowed to flourish, it threatens everyone’s freedom,” which was attributed to Emerson president Lee Pelton."

 

The Boston Globe | Aug 2017

Screens and screams (and stages)

"Next month, ArtsEmerson launches its latest “Stage to Screen” series featuring a lineup that includes the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre Live, the Old Vic, Stratford Festival, and Stage Russia."


The Boston Globe | Jul 2017

Speaking volumes onstage, often without words

"ArtsEmerson, one of the most prominent presenting organizations in the city, opened last season with two consecutive circus productions and will kick off its 2017/2018 season in September at the Cutler Majestic Theatre with the US premiere of “Reversible," by the Montreal-based circus troupe Les 7 Doigts de la Main."

 

The ARTery, WBUR | Jul 2017

Trump's Call For 'Heightened Vetting' May Be Affecting International Artists, Lawyers Say

"We're not naive about the fact that it may cause us challenges ahead. But the larger challenge would be to start to walk away from our own values and what we know to be important in our community." - David Dower


The Boston Globe | May 2017

New Rankine play to highlight ArtsEmerson season dedicated to Cutler

"Founded in 2010 by Robert J. Orchard, ArtsEmerson is a presenting and producing organization that operates under the auspices of Emerson College and presents shows at two theaters housed within the Paramount Center (one of them named after Orchard) as well as at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, also owned by Emerson. "


The Boston Globe | Sep 2016

ArtsEmerson renames Paramount stage to honor founding director Orchard

"Emerson College Thursday announced the Paramount Theatre Mainstage will be renamed the Robert J. Orchard Stage in honor of the retired founding director of ArtsEmerson and creator of its “The World on Stage” program."


The Boston Globe | Jul 2016

Thrilling circus show ‘Cuisine & Confessions’ is a captivating meal

"Innovative and challenging productions have made ArtsEmerson...an indispensable force on the performing arts landscape"


Bay State Banner | Jul 2016

Dinner and a show - ArtsEmerson serves up a culinary circus experience

“ArtsEmerson has established itself in recent years as a purveyor of the new and unique.”


The Boston Globe | Apr 2016

Circuses, operas, Melinda Lopez premiere in store at ArtsEmerson

“In its 2016-17 season, announced Monday evening, ArtsEmerson will present new works by several theater artists who have previously made memorable appearances on the organization’s stages, while also providing a showcase for an opera trilogy and a new solo play by Boston dramatist-actress Melinda Lopez.”


Edge Media Network | NOV 2015

Chopin Without Piano

“ArtsEmerson continues to push the boundaries of what to expect out of them”


White Rhino Report | NOV 2015

ArtsEmerson Continues To Amaze With Innovative Programming - "Chopin Without Piano" Is Stunning Music And Theater

“It is like nothing else I have seen before - which is something I often find myself thinking and saying when I drink at the rich fountain of ArtsEmerson's offerings.”


WBUR | DEC 2013

“In four short years, [they] have established ArtsEmerson as one of the most important cultural institutions in New England.”