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Alumni News, March 2016

Submitted by Katrina M Ernst on March 15, 2016 - 12:47pm
"Brooklyn Bridge" set designed by Matthew Smucker (MFA '02).
"Brooklyn Bridge" set designed by Matthew Smucker (MFA '02).

Aaron Jackson (MFA '10) is currently the set designer for Rizzoli & Isles (TNT), and Tristan Dalley (MFA '02)is the art director.

Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton (MFA '96) was named one of the 20 most talented people in Seattle by Seattle Magazine.

Brooklyn Bridge, our co-production with Seattle Children's Theatre, has been receiving great reviews, including raves for the set designed by Matthew Smucker (MFA '02).

Pamela Reed (BFA '75) stars in Seattle Rep's Luna Gale, through March 27.

Melanie Taylor Burgess (MFA '02) designed the costumes for Assassins, a co-production between ACT Theatre and 5th Avenue Theatre, running through May 8.

Christopher Mumaw (MFA '12) designed the sets for Violet at ArtsWest, through April 3.

Robert Bergin (PATP '12) plays in Crimes of the Heart at Village Theatre, through March 27.

Jocelyn Fowler (BA '09) designed the costumes for Mrs. Warren's Profession at Seattle Shakespeare, with Trevor Young Marston (BA '08, PATP '11) and lighting design byJessica Trundy (MFA '03).

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