by Michael Pisaturo, Dramaturg While there is evidence of women playing field-like games akin to soccer as early as China’s Tsin Dynasty in 250 BCE, it was not until the first World War – a time where women began taking part in the industrial workforce […]
Wolves hunt in packs.And in every pack, there is an order.A system of intricate social dynamics.A defined hierarchy of power.In a pack, every member knows their place.And they know that above all else… they must protect one another. The Wolves follows a team of young women playing for […]
By Victoria Isotti, Dramaturg (Three Romances for the Unwell and Otherwise) Robert Schumann (June 8, 1910–July 29, 1856) is said to be one of the greatest Romantic composers of all time. His music was inspired by his own life, each piece growing out of his […]
An interview with the playwright of Three Romances for the Unwell and Otherwise, Elena Freck. Conducted by Victoria Isotti, Dramaturg. Victoria Isotti: What initially drew you to the story of Clara and Robert Schumann? Elena Freck: I grew up as a violinist; I played in […]
A conversation with Greg T. Nanni, playwright of Emerson Stage’s production of RAGE and Emerson student Sabrina Sexauer.