Alumni News, June 2015

Robert Bergin in Book-It's production of  Slaughterhouse Five. Photo by John Ulman.
Robert Bergin in Book-It's production of Slaughterhouse Five. Photo by John Ulman.

Stephanie Kallos's (PATP '82) third novel, Language Arts, is available June 9. She will read at the Seattle Public Library on June 10.

Ben Zamora (MFA '05) installs his sculpture Alone. Standing. In the Darkness. Invisible. by the Duwamish River for DUWAMISH REVEALED and viewable from both land and the river, through September 30. He is also lighting a Steve Reich opera, Three Tales, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Walt Disney Concert Hall, featuring video by Beryl Korot.

Robert Bergin (PATP '12), Jim Gall (PATP '92), and Jocelyn Maher (BA '13) star in Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five at Book-It Repertory Theatre, running June 9–July 3.

Michael Place (BA '04) directs Dirty, co-presented by Washington Ensemble Theatre and ACT—A Contemporary Theatre. Ali Rose Panzarella (MFA '14) does the costume design and James Schreck (BA '11) does the sound design.

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