Alumni in the News
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Written and directed by Lisa and performed by Tim, Stanley is a sequel to “Streetcar Named Desire” and runs through November 18, 2006 at Here Arts Center in New York City.
Posted: Wednesday, November 1, 2006
Blake Hammond (BA in Theatre & Dance, attended) stars as Edna Turnblad in Broadway musical HAIRSPRAY.
Posted: Monday, October 9, 2006
Allen Robertson (MFA in Drama and Theatre for Youth, 1992) plays the role of Buford in Austin's home-grown kiddie show "The Biscuit Brothers."
The show just received a Lone Star Emmy nomination for children’s programming.
Posted: Friday, September 29, 2006
David Utley (MFA in Theatrical Design, 2006)
has been made a member of United Scenic Artists local 829. This membership allows him to design theatre anywhere in Los Angeles and design theatre, television, and film in New York City.
Posted: Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Flordelino Lagundino (MFA in Acting, 2004)
is currently playing Laertes in Hamlet and will be in Noises Off (dir. Keith Baxter) as Tim. Productions both staged at the Perseverance Theatre in Douglas, Alaska.
Posted: Wednesday, September 6, 2006
Chase Crossno (BA in Theatre & Dance/Anthropology, 2006)
has been accepted into the World Teach program. The program will take her to Namibia, Africa for one year to teach HIV/AIDS resource and prevention courses using theatre and the arts.
Posted: Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Matthew Herrick (MFA in Acting, 2004) made his solo debut at Carnegie Hall this summer.
Benefit concert of Broadway hits was entitled “The Gift of Music.”
Posted: Monday, August 28, 2006
John Newman (M.A.)
was selected by the Children’s Theatre Foundation of America to received the first Robertson Award. This award recognizes an outstanding teacher of theatre in a public high school in the United States.
Posted: Sunday, August 20, 2006
for his “over the top” scene design in the Two River Theatre production of “Tartuffe”. Read more about Barber’s “Texas McMansion decorated like a Disney theme park” in this November 26 New York Times arts review.
Posted: Friday, August 4, 2006