A series on HowlRound's partner, Emerson College.
Jacob S. Porter writes about his experience directing Darling at Emerson College, and how the idea of treating every employee like a volunteer changed his perceiption of what it is to be a producer.
Meghan Mueller interviews Emerson College President, Lee Pelton about arts education
Jeff Freeman chats with Benny Sato Ambush about Emerson Stage.
Kimberly MacCormack writes about the idea that young playwrights don't just have something to say – they have the ability to speak to experiences they've yet to have through the art of voyeurism.
As theatre artists, there are tools to analyze scripts, evaluate the quality of a show, and more. Finding how to define success is more so a personal journey and based on the person's values.
Alex Ates reflects on the creation of The Shakespearean Jazz Show, and how Emerson College provided the perfect opportunity for his brainchild to grow.
Join this weeks Howl is all about undergraduate theatre, as part of Emerson College week at HowlRound
Nick Medvescek introduces HowlRound to the Emerson theatre ecosystem, and explores just what makes the student theatre scene at Emerson so unique and challenging.
Steven Sapp writes about his relationship with ArtsEmerson, and how his friendship with Rob Orchard has helped him to create his best work.
On this week's Friday Phone Call, David Dower speaks with Anne Bogart of SITI Company.
P. Carl and David Dower outline thier plan for what HowlRound will look and function like moving forward.
Melia Bensussen examines how the arrival of The Commons will intersect with the theater professionals that populate Emerson College's faculty.
Student Nick Medvescek writes about the synergy of HowlRound and Emerson College's student-led theatre community.
A video introducing our big move!
Rob Orchard reflects on his professional career at the Yale Repertory Theatre and the American Repertory Theatre, leading to his new position and excitment for Emerson's Office of the Arts.
President Lee Pelton welcomes The Commons to Emerson College!
Series are collections of content curated around a specific theme. HowlRound works with curators to develop topical pieces meant to spotlight current events and happenings within the commons.