Media Kit

Newsroom

Welcome to the ArtsEmerson online media kit. Here you will find press releases, high resolution images, links to videos, playbills, and more. For more information, please contact LUCA PR/Darren DeLuca, 603.489.7624.

 

Recent Press Releases

May 23, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Announces 2022/23 Season

May 06, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Announces May & June Film Programming

April 18, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Proudly Presents Sea Sick Written By and Performed By Alanna Mitchell Directed By Franco Boni With Ravi Jain

March 21, 2022:
Returning To ArtsEmerson As A Fully Realized Stage Production Octavia E. Butler’s Parable Of The Sower

March 15, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Announces On-Demand Virtual Streaming Engagement Of Its Current Show Everyday Life And Other Odds And Ends

March 07, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Presents Burgerz Written By And Starring Travis Alabanza

February 11, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Announces New Film Programming Through April 2022

February 01, 2022:
ArtsEmerson Postpones Engagement Of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable Of The Sower Production Now Coming To Boston April 21-24, 2022 For 4 Performances Only

December 30, 2021:
ArtsEmerson Proudly Presents Adam A Virtual On Demand Offering By The National Theatre Of Scotland

November 03, 2021:
Artsemerson Proudly Presents Zoo Motel A Live Virtual Performance

October 20, 2021:
ArtsEmerson Returns To In-Person Performance With The World Premiere Of Iphigenia

October 06, 2021:
2021 Festival Schedule Announced For The Boston Asian American Film Festival (BAAFF)

September 23, 2021:
ArtsEmerson Continues Its Commitment To Film Programming Through The 2021/2022 Season

August 03, 2021:
ArtsEmerson 2021/22 Season On Sale

July 21, 2021:
ArtsEmerson Announces Ronee Penoi As Director Of Artistic Programming

Jun 29, 2021:
ArtsEmerson Announces Its 2021/22 Season

Institutional

Leadership

 

David Howse

David C. Howse | Photo Credit: Asia Kepka

David C. Howse, Executive Director

David C. Howse joined ArtsEmerson as executive director in 2015 and is fiscally and administratively responsible for multiple cultural venues in Downtown Boston. Prior he served as executive director of Boston Children’s Chorus (BCC), where he was instrumental in helping grow BCC from a pilot project serving 20 kids in 2003 to a vibrant organization educating more than 500 singers in 12 choirs in 5 locations. David was named as one of the GK100: Boston’s Most Influential People of Color, earned the Social Innovation Forum Achievement Award (Root Cause) and was included in the “40 Under 40” (Boston Business Journal). He serves in many capacities in the community, including service on the boards of Exponential Creativity Ventures, Social Innovation Forum, Associated Grant Makers, Chorus America and as a Trustee of the Forbes House Museum. He also serves on the Board of Corporators for Eastern Bank, the Board of Advisors at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Advisory Council of the New England Foundation for the Arts and the corporation of the Community Music Center of Boston. David earned degrees from Bradley University (Peoria, IL) and New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA) and is a graduate of The Partnership’s Next Generation Executive Leadership Program at Harvard University. He teaches at the Institute for Nonprofit Practice. Originally from Murfreesboro, TN, he resides in Milton, MA. Twitter: @dchowse

 

Ronee Penoi

Ronee Penoi | Photo Credit: Amber Wilkie

Ronee Penoi, Director of Artistic Programming

Ronee Penoi (Laguna Pueblo/Cherokee) was most recently a Producer with Octopus Theatricals, where she advanced the work of Cherokee artist DeLanna Studi (And So We Walked), Phantom Limb Company (Falling Out), Ripe Time (Sleep), Homer’s Coat (An Iliad by Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson), Theatre for One, and more. She is a two-time ISPA (International Society of Performing Arts) Global Fellow, and has been an APAP (Association of Performing Arts Professionals) Leadership Fellow and TCG (Theatre Communications Group) Rising Leader of Color. Ronee is a Founding Member of The Industry Standard Group (TISG), a commercial investment and producing organization with an intentional focus on increasing the presence of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) investors and producers in the commercial producing field. She is also part of the consortium leadership of First Nations Performing Arts, a proud NEFA (New England Foundation for the Arts) National Theater Project Advisor, serves on Western Arts Alliance Committees, and leads the Creative and Independent Producer Alliance (CIPA) Programs Committee. Ronee is a two-time recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Individual Artist Fellowship as well as additional awards for her musical composing work with collaborator Annalisa Dias on #Resist and The Carlisle Project. She is also Co-Founder and collaborator with Groundwater Arts Collective dedicated to climate justice in the arts. Previously, Ronee was NNPN Producer-in-Residence at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Senior Producing Fellow and Directing Fellow at Arena Stage, and toured nationally with Anna Deavere Smith’s Let Me Down Easy. She spent three years with the Consensus Building Institute, a non-profit specializing in facilitation and mediation services. Her current anti-racism practice builds upon a decolonization framework and embraces systems change as a key component of that work. She graduated with honors from Princeton University with a degree in Music with certificates in Vocal Performance and Theatre & Dance. She has been invited to guest lecture on producing at Princeton University, CalArts, Howard University, and for American University’s graduate Arts Administration program.

 

Venues

Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre

Emerson Paramount Center