Monthly Archives: November 2010

Howard Sherman Visits Emerson

American Theatre Wing‘s Executive Director, Howard Sherman, is to visit Emerson College today. He will be speaking at a table discussion with the students of the Arts Management 2 class. We will post more about his visit later this week.…

BUD, NOT BUDDY Memories

Ah! So many great moments were shared in BUD, NOT BUDDY and we were able to perform for so many people as well. Over 600 schoolchildren were in the audience at three sold out matinees designed especially for them and…

A Look at BUD, NOT BUDDY

The Common Agenda takes you inside BUD, NOT BUDDY. ****** Tickets to BUD, NOT BUDDY are available for the final public performances on Fri, Nov 19 at 7:30 and Sat, Nov 20 at 2p and 7:30p at aestages.org or at the Paramount…

BUD, NOT BUDDY – An Adaptation

From the Creative and Critical Thinking Guide for BUD, NOT BUDDY: Playwright Reginald André Jackson adapted author Christopher Paul Curtis’s book Bud, Not Buddy into a play. When an author writes a book, he or she does most of the…

Brush Up Rehearsals

We rarely have the opportunity at Emerson Stage to perform a show for multiple weekends, but our annual Theatre for  Young Audiences (TYA) show often has a two week run. This is mostly due to the weekday matinees we perform…

Stardate 11.18.10

Hellooooooooooo!      I am sure you’ve all seen Bud Not Buddy by now, or if you haven’t you will be seeing it this weekend!!  (Picture Richelle waggling a finger at you.) Now who wants to see pictures of Nine in process?…

THE ACTOR and THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE Memories

Two great American playwrights: Horton Foote and Christopher Durang. Two great plays: THE ACTOR and THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE. A lot of great memories! Emerson Stage photographer, Kirk Miller, captured images from the second show of the 2010-2011 Emerson Stage season,…

BUD, NOT BUDDY Hosts Schoolchildren

Today marked the first of three 10:00am matinee performance of BUD, NOT BUDDY that Emerson Stage will host for schoolchildren. Two hundred students, approximately 9-11 years old, and their teachers filed off a group of school buses around 9:30a and…

LIGHT UP THE SKY Memories

Emerson Stage is the beneficiary of the astounding talents of Kirk Miller, who is not only a student designer but also the official photographer for this season. He documented LIGHT UP THE SKY – a show for which he also…