Hall of History
EMERSON ARTS PRESENTS:
Here you will find our ‘Hall of History’ a telling of Emerson Arts growth and production history as we continue to fight for sustainability the arts, artists, and arts workers.
Mom’s Moving is the story of Gail, a widow and her two adult children, Dylan & Alex. Gail is done with her huge estate. Mom’s ready to move. Dylan, her oldest daughter takes charge with sorting and packing, as Alex, the baby of the family, opens her home to her mother, allowing her to move into her own ‘granny-flat’ out back! All are weary to say goodbye to their lifelong home, but they are all ready for a fresh start. When Dylan finds her dad’s old ‘stash’, the two daughters take the drugs and re-live key moments of their childhood – and father.
*Trigger Warnings: Emotional, physical & psychological abuse/ violence*
Staring Emily Bolyea, Chantel Furtado, Mike Jensen, Hayley Humores. Writen and directed by Mason Micevski. At the Real Theatre Company, ran by Gary Santucci.
Emerson Arts is the proud recipient of the ‘Gold – Readers Choice Award’ from the Hamilton Spectator, for ‘BEST LIVE THEATRE’ in 2021. Emerson Arts was one of the only production companies to offer the city of Hamilton safe, outdoor, live theater during the global pandemic!
Winning the ‘Readers Choice Award’ in its first year of operations, Emerson Arts is humbled and eager to move forward!
Holly Jolly: A Christ ams Concert featured Emerson Arts Co-Founders, Emily Bolyea & Mason Micevski. Along with Niagara's Melissa Penner & Samantha Marchionda, and Hamilton's Lyla Miklos and Pamela Blackwood Marques.
With a sing along, mask mandate & so many Christmas puns, Holly Jolly was a treat for all ages.