Film and theatrical producer and former member of the Massachusetts Great and General Court, Nick Paleologos, wonders if Emerson’s rationale for repurposing the Colonial Theatre in Boston is as clear cut as Emerson’s President Pelton is claiming.
ARTery commentator Ed Siegel makes the case that it is time for Mayor Walsh and Boston’s political leadership to step into the turmoil swirling around Boston’s theatre scene, and why.
As the discussion about the future of the Colonial Theatre under the stewardship of Emerson College continues, President Lee Pelton recasts plans in a more accommodating tone.
In Boston there has been a howl of outrage over the plans Emerson College has proffered for remaking the Colonial Theatre.
Onstage and in the Laugh Lounge, there’s plenty to choose from this fall from the Berkshire Theatre Group.
For this evening you will find yourself sitting on the Colonial stage, looking out at the beautiful theatre as you watch the artists performing right in front of you.
Tony and Grammy Award-nominated comedian, Robert Klein, with special guest Scott Blakeman, will take the stage at The Colonial Theatre on Saturday, August 1.