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Alumni News—August 2015

Submitted by Katrina M Ernst on August 25, 2015 - 10:04am
Jonathan Shue and Hannah Ruwe in "Indian Ink"
Jonathan Shue and Hannah Ruwe in "Indian Ink"

Javonna Arriaga (BA '13) stars in The Passion As Told by Antígona Pérez, produced by Thriving Artists and running through August 30 at 12th Avenue Arts. Also featuring Emily Fairbrook (BA '10) and current PhD student Duygu Erdogan Monson.

J Jha (PATP '14) is currently onstage at Altarena in Eat the Runt, running through September 13.

Daniel James Cole (BA '91) co-wrote The History of Modern Fashion: From 1850, which is avaible September 15.

David Morden (PATP '93) spent the summer as the voice and text coach at Santa Cruz Shakespeare. He'll next be seen on stage in repertory in Hamlet and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead at The Rogue Theatre.

Mykel Hill (PATP '93) played Martin Luther King, Jr. in The Mountaintop as part of The Snowy Range Theatre Festival at the University of Wyoming. In October, Mykel will direct The Brothers Size at the Unicorn Theatre in Kansas City.

Jennefer Ludwigsen (PATP '09) will be appearing on the season opener of ABC's In An Instant this fall.

David Folsom (PATP '08) will be appearing as Tom Buchanan in The Great Gatsby at The Indiana Repertory Theatre, opening September 30.

Andy McGinn (MFA '13) directs Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink, co-produced by Sound Theatre Company and Pratidhwani and running through August 30 at Seattle Center's Center Theatre. Also featuring the work of costume designer Candace Frank (MFA '10), set designer Phillip Lienau (former faculty), and cast members: Scott Ward Abernethy (PATP '12), Jonathan Shue (PATP '14), and Hannah Ruwe (BA '14).

At Intiman Theatre, catch Moises Castro (current PATP student), Michael Place (BA '04), and Brace Evans (BA '91) in John Baxter is a Switch Hitter, running through September 27. Scenic design by Jared Roberts (MFA '15), costume design by Melanie Taylor Burgess (MFA '02), sound design by Matt Starritt (lecturer), and choreography by Marc Kenison (PATP '04).

Marissa Lichwick (PATP '11) will perform her solo show Yellow Dress at Silk Road Rising in Chicago this October.