ArtsEmerson

A series of articles on the history, ethos, and goals of ArtsEmerson.

Friday Phone Call # 53
Podcast

Friday Phone Call # 53

ArtsEmerson's Creative Producers

21 March 2014

Listen to weekly podcasts hosted by David Dower as he interviews theater artists from around the country to highlight #newplay bright spots. This week: ArtsEmerson's Creative Producers.

Producing Connections at ArtsEmerson and Emerson College
Essay

Producing Connections at ArtsEmerson and Emerson College

19 March 2014

Meg Taintor shares insight on creating opportunities for college students to interact with professional theatremakers.

Audience Development as a Communal Experience
Essay

Audience Development as a Communal Experience

19 March 2014

The twenty-first century American theater is a communal experience where artists and audiences are bound in an existence which deems them equal parts subject, spectator and benefactor. Moving beyond traditions of privilege, subscriptions, access and pricing; the contemporary American Theater emerges as a necessary cultural commodity of storytelling. At ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage, we are fully aware of this paradigm shift and we welcome it, seeing it as the bedrock for our audience development goals.

Portrait of Kevin Becerra.
Artistic Engagement at ArtsEmerson
Essay

Artistic Engagement at ArtsEmerson

17 March 2014

Boston’s neighborhoods, some of whose origins can be traced to the 1630s, have been home to myriad political and cultural shifts over the centuries—a concept that blew my California-raised mind. It was somewhat intimidating to move to a city with such a wonderful and complex past and getting charged with the task of creating spaces for conversation across the various communities.

Interview with David Dower
Essay

Interview with David Dower

17 March 2014

In this installation, Alan Dupont interviews David Dower about his work with ArtsEmerson. 

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