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David C. Howse

We hosted our third Town Hall with Artistic Director David Dower and Executive Director David C. Howse on May 14th, 2020 at 12 PM EST. Press play to hear some conversation about where our season announcement is, how we are moving forward as a presenting organization, and we envision gathering — both online and in person eventually. What did you think? Comment below! View Town Hall #1 here and Town Hall #2 here. If you…

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ArtsEmerson has long believed that the community that makes up our audience is one of our most valuable collaborators. From focus groups, to town halls, to being pulled aside in the theatre lobby, we shape how we do our work from what we hear from you. We’ve continued this tradition during the age of social distancing and hosted our first Town Hall with our Artistic Director David and Executive Director David C. Howse in mid…

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If your experience of this COVID-19 world is anything like ours, you are probably inundated by bits and pieces of information flying around in all directions about how to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community from its spread. It gets overwhelming to sort it all out.Well, thanks to the Mayor’s Office and the City of Boston, ArtsEmerson has got you covered.Boston’s arts community is working with Mayor Marty Walsh’s staff to distribute this…

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ArtsEmerson has long believed that the community that makes up our audience is one of our most valuable collaborators. From focus groups, to town halls, to being pulled aside in the theatre lobby, we shape how we do our work from what we hear from you. In this tradition, our Artistic Director David Dower and Executive Director David C. Howse checked in to see what’s on people’s minds and how an arts organization can be…

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ArtsEmerson's leadership team David Dower and David C. Howse

ArtsEmerson artistic director David Dower started a conversation in 2015 that is still ongoing in the theater community. Namely, he wanted to carve out space to a comment on the idea that a theater company’s season, specifically one that reflected very little diversity, was not merely an accidental, random occurrence of happenstance. HowlRound published his revealing peak into the behind-the-scenes process of creating a diverse season in August of 2015.

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