Emily McClanathan

Emily McClanathan

Emily McClanathan is an arts marketing professional currently based in the Chicago area. She holds a Master of Arts in Modern History from King’s College London and has worked for theater, music, and multi-arts organizations in Chicago and London. Emily is a trained pianist and violinist, and her hobbies include reading, traveling, binge-watching British TV series, and tracking down the perfect cup of tea.




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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers TheatreBWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers Theatre
Posted: Mar. 30, 2018


BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace TheatreBWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace Theatre
Posted: Apr. 14, 2018


BWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane TheatreBWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane Theatre
Posted: Apr. 17, 2018


BWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio TheatreBWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio Theatre
Posted: Apr. 9, 2018


BWW Review: THE DOPPELG?NGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE) at Steppenwolf TheatreBWW Review: THE DOPPELG?NGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE) at Steppenwolf Theatre
Posted: Apr. 20, 2018


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers TheatreBWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers Theatre
Posted: Mar. 30, 2018


BWW Review: AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE at Goodman TheatreBWW Review: AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE at Goodman Theatre
Posted: Mar. 21, 2018


BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace TheatreBWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace Theatre
Posted: Apr. 14, 2018


BWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane TheatreBWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane Theatre
Posted: Apr. 17, 2018


BWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio TheatreBWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio Theatre
Posted: Apr. 9, 2018


BWW Review: THE DOPPELG?NGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE) at Steppenwolf TheatreBWW Review: THE DOPPELG?NGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE) at Steppenwolf Theatre
Posted: Apr. 20, 2018


BWW Review: THE DOPPELGÄNGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE) at Steppenwolf Theatre
April 20, 2018

In Steppenwolf Theatre's world premiere of THE DOPPELGNGER (AN INTERNATIONAL FARCE), playwright Matthew-Lee Erlbach employs all the tricks of the genre - crashing furniture, ridiculous situations and rapid-fire wordplay - to shine a light on political corruption and socio-economic injustice.

BWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane TheatreBWW Review: SOUTH PACIFIC at Drury Lane Theatre
April 17, 2018

Boasting an all-star cast, beautiful design, and a beloved score, Drury Lane Theatre's SOUTH PACIFIC provides a truly enchanting evening of theatre - both entertaining and thought-provoking as it addresses sobering themes such as racism and bigotry.

BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace TheatreBWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Cadillac Palace Theatre
April 14, 2018

From the opening strains of the nuns' harmonies in Nonnberg Abbey, the national touring production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC delivers the beloved story of family, romance, and courage with a charming style all its own.

BWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio TheatreBWW Review: MARY'S WEDDING at First Folio Theatre
April 9, 2018

MARY'S WEDDING is not a typical war play. In this two-hander love story set during the First World War, the action is framed as a recurring dream and offers all the possibilities of a dream world: non-linear timelines, sudden shifts in setting, and the opportunity for characters to relive events not as they actually occurred, but in an idealized version.

BWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers TheatreBWW Review: SMART PEOPLE at Writers Theatre
March 30, 2018

Delivering a triple threat of relevant writing, thoughtful direction, and a strong ensemble cast, SMART PEOPLE is well worth a trip to Writers Theatre's stylish new facility on Chicago's North Shore.

BWW Review: AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE at Goodman TheatreBWW Review: AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE at Goodman Theatre
March 21, 2018

With his use of phrases such as 'fake facts' and 'drain the swamp', Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls overtly speaks to the current political climate in his new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. The audience's audible reactions to particularly searing lines prove that this 19th-century classic remains as relevant as ever, and Falls' thoughtful direction presents nuanced characters and ideas which defy simplistic analysis.