The Types of People You Meet At Emerson

Whenever you set foot on any campus, work environment, or new setting, there is always different groups of people you end up meeting or seeing. Here at Emerson College, we are surrounded by a various unique groups, styles, cultures, and different students. Especially being one of the largest arts and communication schools in the country,…

Theatre as a Safe Space

It’s 2016 and news is traveling incredibly fast. In the wake of the presidential election, it’s hard to keep track of every political issue or scandal being buzzed about by the media. But, there’s one news story that has definitely kept my attention. A few weeks ago, Vice President-Elect Mike Pence attended a performance of…

Believe the “Hamilton” Hype

  Even if you’ve never had an interest or taste for musical theater and have found long-running, popular musicals such as Les Miserables or the Phantom of the Opera to be dreadful, there is still a high chance you might enjoy Hamilton. The musical, which is quickly making its composer and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, a…

All The World’s A Stage

While sitting in the audience of a production of “Twelfth Night” during a particularly hilarious scene, I saw a hand creep into my field of vision. The hand was inviting me to come with it onto the stage and a jolt of fear ran through my body. Though dubious, I ultimately decided to follow its…

The End of an Era: “The Hunger Games”

“Why do you like The Hunger Games so much?” It’s a question I’ve gotten multiple times, as well as the one asking why I’m emotional about it ending, and I’ve never fully known how to answer. My generation was the the age of Potterheads, filled with those who clutched to the large volumes of Harry…