Nora Dominick is a recent graduate Cum Laude from Emerson College where she received a BA in Writing for Film and TV with a minor Journalism. She is currently the executive stage editor for Emertainment Monthly and an editorial writer for Fangirlish.com and CineNation.
Nora’s work with Emertainment Monthly includes reviewing Broadway and Off-Broadway productions and as editor her job allows her to pitch ideas to her staff of writers. She is also a major contributor to the TV section of the website. Nora writes weekly reviews for the hit TV shows, Arrow and How to Get Away with Murder. Her work with Emertainment Monthly has led her to seek internships in the entertainment journalism field.
She has had the amazing opportunity to interview some of Hollywood and Broadway’s biggest stars including Emily Bett Rickards (Arrow), Carey Mulligan (Suffragette), Charlotte Ross (Arrow), Laura Osnes (Cinderella, The Bandstand) and many others. She also attended San Diego Comic Con, New York Comic Con 2016, PaleyFest 2017 and WonderCon 2017 as the lead TV reporter. It was at SDCC she took part in the press rooms for Supergirl, Teen Wolf, The 100, Prison Break and numerous others.
As an editorial intern for BroadwayWorld, Nora assisted in writing articles, conducting interviews with industry professionals and working on publishing press releases to the site. Nora’s love for Broadway and the theatre community comes through in her articles and the type of work she associates herself with.
At Emerson College, Nora was an avid participant at The Emerson Channel and Emerson Independent Video (EIV). She worked her way through the control room of the TV studios learning everything she possibly can about studio television. She went onto be the director for Good Morning Emerson and The Dish.
Nora also participated in the EVVY Awards at Emerson College. During the 35th Annual EVVY Awards, she was the Judges Coordinator and Associate Directors thus having a hand in pre-production and production of the live multi-camera award show.