Whenever I need to shake things up a little and be on my own, I grab my bag, plug in my headphones, and put on a personalized Spotify playlist.
There are certain collaborations that make sense: Beyonce and Jay-Z, braces and being thirteen, and now, Berklee College of Music and Emerson College. Maya Rafie, Marketing ’16, is making the last one happen with a group called the Panamaniacs.
As I walked from the Kenmore T station and rounded the corner onto Landsdowne Street, I was met by a mass of people. Yes, there was a Red Sox game going on, but the entire left sidewalk was packed with people of a different kind.
Amidst a sea of head-banging concert-goers, there I stood - wearing all black, sunglasses on and slightly un-phased by my surroundings. ILOVEMAKONNEN played just feet in front of us, and as I looked around I couldn't help but see a sea of sameness.
The Cabaret has seen a lot in its years at Emerson. From a cappella to Shakespeare, Emerson kids typically don’t put on anything too outside of the box.