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Alumni News, Winter 2014

Submitted by Arts & Sciences Web Team on January 14, 2014 - 3:00pm
Holly Arsenault
Holly Arsenault. Photo by Erika Schultz/The Seattle Times

Last month, Holly Arsenault (BA ’01) was named by The Seattle Times as one of the 13 for ’13 people poised to shape the arts in the Pacific Northwest. As Executive Director of Teen Tix, Holly works to connect young people with the arts through discounted tickets, workshops, and a Teen Press Corps.

Many of our alumni were honored for theatrical excellence by the Seattle Times Footlight Awards. Highlights include Trouble in Mind and Broke-ologynamed as Top Mainstage Plays. Both were directed by faculty member and alumna Valerie Curtis-Newton (MFA ’96). Pamela Reed (PATP ’75), Amanda Zarr (PATP ’09), and Richard Nguyen Sloniker (PATP ’09) were honored for their Great Performances. Jocelyn Maher (BA ’13) was recognized as a Fresh Face. Jennifer Lupton (MFA ’80) and Andrea Bryn Bush (MFA ’07 and staff) were recognized for their Dazzling Designs. Congratulations to all our alumni!

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