If you're interested in knowing what our faculty and students are up to this summer, check out our Summer Plans feature in the June e-newsletter.
Frank Butler (MFA '85) was the lighting designer for Juno and the Paycock at the Guthrie Theatre, running May 23–June 28.
Amy Rose Marsh (BA '05) was recently promoted to Literary Director at Samuel French.
Czerton Lim (MFA' 06) is the scenic designer for The Diary of Anne Frank directed by Artistic Director Jeremy Winchester (MFA '06) at Flint Youth Theatre in Michigan.
Tlaloc Rivas (MFA '99) wrote and directed the world premiere of Johanna Facing Forward at Cleveland Public Theatre, running May 28–June 13.
Matthew Smucker (MFA '02) was nominated for a Stranger Genius Award in performance.
Robert Bergin (PATP '12), Jim Gall (PATP '92), Jocelyn Maher (BA '13), and Joshua Ryder (BA '09) starred in Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five at Book-It Repertory Theatre.
Recent grad Leah Adcock-Starr (MFA '15) directed an all-female cast of Hamlet at Theatre Unbound in Minneapolis.
Stephanie Kallos's (PATP '82) third novel, Language Arts, was published in June.
Ben Zamora's (MFA '05) 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.
Michael Place (BA '04) directed Dirty, co-presented by Washington Ensemble Theatre and ACT—A Contemporary Theatre. Ali Rose Panzarella (MFA '14) did the costume design and James Schreck (BA '11) did the sound design.
Many members of the School of Drama family are involved in Civic Rep's The Two Character Play. L. Zane Jones (Associate Professor) directs, Sam Read (External Relations Director) stars, Andy Swan (BA '15) does the sound design, and current student Thorn Michaels is the lighting designer. The Two Character Play runs through August 1.
Jane Richlovsky (Lecturer) recently gave a TEDx talk about artists and the creative economy, titled "When Artists Get Together They Talk About Real Estate." Watch it online.
Adam Noble (PATP '05) is currently a tenured professor of Acting & Movement at the University of Houston. This summer he plays the title role in Macbeth for the Houston Shakespeare Festival.
Anna Strickland (BA '15) was accepted into Seattle Repertory Theatre's Professional Arts Training Program as their Development Intern for the 2015-2016 season.