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Danielle Bartholet

Danielle Bartholet, Assistant Living Arts Editor

Danielle Bartholet has been passionate about writing as long as she can remember, writing on her high school newspaper and then for the Berkeley Beacon since 2023. She is currently a freshman at Emerson as a WLP major and a marketing communications minor. She is from Houston, TX, and enjoys reading and writing, as well theatre.
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Emerson alumni class of ‘95 Laura Warrell

Author Laura Warrell ’95 explores jazz and loss of love with ‘Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm’

April 3, 2024
On April 2, author and Emerson alumni class of ‘95 Laura Warrell visited Emerson College for a Q&A and public reading of her debut novel, “Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm.”
Dani’s Debrief: Central Perk is the coffee ‘Friend’ everyone needs

Dani’s Debrief: Central Perk is the coffee ‘Friend’ everyone needs

March 27, 2024

One of the most iconic and symbolic settings from “Friends,” the massively popular sitcom from 1994 to 2004, is the beloved coffee shop Central Perk....

Youth and New York in ‘Cleopatra and Frankenstein’

Youth and New York in ‘Cleopatra and Frankenstein’

March 21, 2024

This article contains spoilers.  Wandering into the tiny closet-like store aptly titled The Almost Corner Bookstore in the Trastevere neighborhood...

Jorge Arroyo on lighting design for ‘Eurydice’

Jorge Arroyo on lighting design for ‘Eurydice’

March 21, 2024

Boston Lyric Opera’s “Eurydice,” which ran its stunning production from March 1 to 10, has received much acclaim due to its stellar performance and...

‘Pretty Woman’ takes the stage at Emerson Colonial

‘Pretty Woman’ takes the stage at Emerson Colonial

March 8, 2024

This article contains spoilers. Backdropped by a set of the Hollywood sign, the Emerson Colonial Theatre stage erupted into a riot of upbeat sound and...

‘Madame Web’ and the death of superhero films

‘Madame Web’ and the death of superhero films

February 28, 2024
Sony’s newest superhero flick, “Madame Web,” has turned out to be as disastrous as its predecessors. It has fallen to 12 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, citing a “predictable plot” and uneven execution.
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Boston Lyric Opera draws on forgotten history with ‘The Anonymous Lover’

February 21, 2024

The onstage orchestra at the intimate Huntington Theatre lit up in a purple glow as they began the overture to Le Amant Amour, or “The Anonymous Lover,”...

Emerson VMA major captures weddings on film

Emerson VMA major captures weddings on film

February 15, 2024

Love, laughter, and happily ever after—this Emerson basketball player–turned wedding videographer is capturing it all through the lens of passion and...

‘Moulin Rouge!’ dazzles on Boston Stage

‘Moulin Rouge!’ dazzles on Boston Stage

February 8, 2024

This article contains spoilers.  On Feb. 1, the Citizens Bank Opera House stage lit up in a fiery red glow as “Moulin Rouge!” commenced in a flurry...

Sofia Vergara transforms into the Queenpin: “Griselda”

Sofia Vergara transforms into the Queenpin: “Griselda”

January 31, 2024

This article contains spoilers.  “The only man I was ever afraid of was a woman named Griselda Blanco” -Pablo Escobar  The quote appears across...

Is the Mean Girls reboot as “fetch” as we had hoped?

Is the Mean Girls reboot as “fetch” as we had hoped?

January 24, 2024

This article contains spoilers.  Her name is Regina George, she’s a massive deal, and she’s back on the big screen.  Straight from the mind...

Fourth Wing: Really the New Fantasy Sensation?

Fourth Wing: Really the New Fantasy Sensation?

December 7, 2023

This article contains spoilers. “Graduate, or die.”  So reads the subtitle on the cover of the fantasy novel “Fourth Wing” by Rebecca Yarros,...

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