Alumni News - December 2014

Installation view of 'Never Finished' by Lilienthal | Zamora at Suyama Space. Photo by Mark Woods.
Installation view of 'Never Finished' by Lilienthal | Zamora at Suyama Space. Photo by Mark Woods.

Ben Zamora (MFA 2005), one half of the collaborative duo Lilienthal | Zamora, is opening a new project in partnership with Olson Kundig Architects at Design Miami. Lilienthal | Zamora created a large, suspended piece titled 48º N, 122ª W opening December 2. And in Seattle, their piece Never Finished is on view at Suyama Space through December 19.

Many PhD alums, as well as faculty and current students, participated in the American Society for Theatre Research 2014 Conference, including Gibson Cima (2012)Ken Cerniglia (2001)Lisa Jackson-Schebetta (2010)Michelle Granshaw (2012)Lezlie Cross (2013)Elizabeth Bonjean (2005)Michael Chemers (2001), and Samer Al-Saber (2013).

At Book-It Repertory Theatre, Richard Nguyen Sloniker (PATP 2009) stars in and Jocelyne Fowler (BA 2009) does the costume design for Pride and Prejudice, running through December 28.

Yesenia Iglesias (PATP 2014) has been touring with Book-It Repertory Theatre's Danger: Books! program. She can also be seen at Seattle Children's Theatre this January in the world premiere of Mwindo, opening January 22.

Ali Rose Panzarella (MFA 2014) designed the costumes for Civic Rep's A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Professor Zane Jones and featuring Robert Bergin (PATP 2012), Robin Hall Smith (BA 2013), and Josh Langager (BA). Michael Hanley (BA) is stage managing.