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On Tuesday afternoon, there was a gaggle of seven young men tuning instruments and perfecting harmonies in the lobby of Little Building. Their dress wasn’t distinctive, at least not at Emerson; there was a mix of peacoats, flannel, boat shoes, and ratty sweaters. More than half of them were wearing beanies. At a glance, nothing seemed out of the ordinary.
Mozart’s 'Don Giovanni' is one of the most performed operas in history, from its 1787 debut to Austrian royalty to Peter Sellars’ racially-charged adaptation. Perhaps its most recent excerpted performance was by Steven Martin, Emerson’s director of off-campus student services.
From writing the script to scheduling the scenes, framing the shots, and editing it all together, making a short film takes time. But for 180 Emerson student filmmakers last weekend, it took just 48 hours.
“I would take 10 people who would walk over broken glass to watch my show,” said Stillerman. “Than 1,000 people who think ‘Oh yeah, that sounds okay, maybe I’ll check it out.’”
Each of the three components of the writing, literature, and publishing major is distinct and nuanced in its own right. For the graduating class of 2014, these divides are especially poignant.
This past Sunday, the Bright Family Screening Room played home to the 14th Annual College Film Festival.
This past Sunday, comedian Marlon Wayans visited Emerson College to dole out advice on showbiz and life in general.
Bright Lights hosted a screening of the new made-for-TV documentary Whitey Bulger: The Making of a Monster.
Marketing communications professor Paul Mihailidis brings media doc to campus.
Andrew Ladd, an MFA grad from '09, returned to Emerson to debut his first novel, What Ends.
More than 500 families registered to attend Family Weekend, which ran from Oct. 18 to Oct. 20.
Michael Notrica created a Kenyan nonprofit to promote cultural awareness.