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Faculty and Alumni Achievements, Fall 2015

Submitted by Katrina M Ernst on October 12, 2015 - 3:33pm
Yesenia Iglesias (PATP 2014) with Jany Bacallao and Rose Cano in Water by the Spoonful at Theatre22.
Yesenia Iglesias (PATP 2014) with Jany Bacallao and Rose Cano in Water by the Spoonful at Theatre22.

Christine Tschirgi (MFA 2007) designed the costumes for and Yesenia Iglesias (PATP 2014) plays Yaz in Water By the Spoonful, produced by Theatre22 and opening October 23 at West of Lenin.

Marya Sea Kiminski (PATP 2004)Lynn Shelton (BA 1987)Jennifer Zeyl (MFA 2003), and Valerie Curtis-Newton (MFA 1996 and faculty) are included in the exhibition Genius / 21 Century / Seattle at the Frye Art Museum, on view through January 10.

Geoff Korf (faculty) and Jennifer Lupton (MFA 1980) are part of the design team that took Seattle Children's Theatre's production of Robin Hood to New Victory Theater in New York.

Christopher Goodson (PhD candidate) published a couple of articles on Howlround, including an interview with playwright Diane Rodriguez and a piece about Seattle company eSe Teatro.

Ada Limón (BA 1998) made the National Book Award poetry longlist for her collection Bright Dead Things.

Quinlan Corbett (PATP 2008) will appear in Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, opening October 27 off-Broadway at Signature Theatre and directed by Michael Wilson.

Holly Arsenault (BA 2001) wrote a one-act in collaboration with Dr. Andrew M. Scharenberg as part of Infinity Box Theatre Project's Thought Experiments on the Question of Being Human: Genetics and Synthetic Biology. Read more about the project in the September issue of Perspectives.

MFA directing student Malika Oyetimein was featured on BroadwayBlack.com for her work directing Robert O'Hara's Bootycandy at Intiman Theatre.

For Seattle Rep's A View from the BridgeGeoff Korf (faculty) designed the lighting and Geoffrey Alm (faculty) served as the fight director.