Clerking for Chief Judge Danny J. Boggs of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Teaching and directing theater in the Washington, DC
Editorial assistant at Poetry Flash
Best-selling author of Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII
Winner: NM Press Women Zia Award, New Mexico-Arizona Book Award, SanJuanCollege-FourCorners Community Read Selection, NPR (National Public Radio) on-air read, Audible Daily Deal. Her writer's website is www.JudithAvila.com
Founded a small production company, Sour Mash Productions, with fellow alums Gretchen Wright and Martin Zimmerman
Pursuing her MD at the Medical University of South Carolina
Management consultant for Oliver Wyman in Boston
Attending the Michael Howard Studios one year acting conservatory
On the policy team for InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based NGOs that do international development and humanitarian work.
His Dream of the Red Chamber recently completed a run at the Brill Building in Times Square.
Work with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago
Taking improv and comedy writing classes at the Second City
Partner at Bespoke Theatricals, a leading Broadway General Management firm
Management Assistant at Court Theatre in Chicago
Production Coordinator at About Face Theatre and also as the Production Assistant at Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago
Literary Assistant at The Public Theater
Rising second year student at Cornell Law School and working for a judge in Los Angeles
Half Pint Productions
Joe Buck in a dramatization of Midnight Cowboy at the Edinburgh Festival
Executive Director of the Chatham County Arts Council
Teaches "Live Film: Media Design for Performance" at Princeton
Launching Carmenia Events, LLC is an event coordination business which specializes in non-traditional venues and environmentally-friendly options
Creator of The Imbible series (http://imbible.nyc) currently on its third sold-out production
Second year graduate student at Columbia University School of the Arts and continued to pursue her love of acting and politics
In law school
Appeared in A Wrinkle in Time at the Round House Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland
Working for Elliott Marketing Group, a database marketing company that specializes in the arts.
Off-Off-Broadway new musical called Beware: Bernadette
Advertising sales for Metro Newspaper in Philadelphia
Brett Aresco is an actor, writer, and comedian living in Brooklyn. He has recently had several short plays produced around New York and can be seen or heard in various current commercials.
Public Relations Specialist for the Virginia Arts Festival in Norfolk, VA
Gerret is the founder of Warner & Company
Appeared in Night & Day and The Importance of Being Earnest with Remy Bumppo Theatre Company
Won award at Medical School graduation "for demonstration of outstanding contribution to cultural pursuits."
Jay Woffington (Executive Director, Fifth Season) is entering his fifth season at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company as Executive Director, after having been on the Board of Trustees for 6 years prior.
A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Fred was president of the Duke Players while at Duke and later attended the Pasadena Playhouse College of Theater Arts.
Creative content writer and voice-over director for Icarus Studios
Performed with Stage Left Theatre in LeapFest
Directed An Iliad in Duke's Sheafer Theater
Associate Professor of Performance Production at Cornish College of the Arts
Nathaniel Lande is a journalist, author, and filmmaker with a career spanning several decades.
Played Constantine in Chuck Mee's Big Love with the Aluminous Collective (an ensemble of Naropa University MFA alumni) in Denver
Writes, performs, and produces theater with his company Abraham Werewolf.
Kevin Gray has appeared in over 8500 performances on Broadway and National Tour, and has acted in or directed more than 150 productions.
Appeared in one of the most popular new musicals of the season called [title of show].
Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of legendary Andy Warhol "superstar," Candy Darling, in the world premiere of Pop! at Yale Repertory Theatre
Steve Kovacs is in Washington DC serving as a Digital Services Expert in the United States Digital Service, President Obama's "startup in the White House." He is embedded in the Department of Education, working on problems in the student loan debt space. Before that, he was a freelance product manager and developer in San Francisco.
Made a return to the musical stage after a two-year hiatus
Continuing his work with Abraham Werewolf, which he co-founded in late 2008
Working on the Fragile Families Study and The Future of Children journal at Princeton University's Center for Research on Child Wellbeing
Joined Robinson, Bradshaw and Hinson as “Of Counsel” specializing in trademark, copyright and entertainment and sports law
Murder mystery theater business - It's a Mystery
Accepted into The Second City Directing Program
Assistant directing The Broken Heart by John Ford, produced by Theatre for a New Audience
Played Golda Meir in Broadway touring production of Golda’s Balcony
Played Charlie in the Chicago premier of High Fidelity the musical
Had a role in Elementary on CBS
Andrew Rein (T'92) is a professional actor based in NYC.
Performing with Barter Theater in Abdingdon, Virginia
Runs a Spanish educational program and teaches theater.
Working on a web-series titled LALALAND
Directing Martin Zimmerman's (T’07) play Three Movements in NYC at Theatre Rows
VP of Finance and Marketing for Broadway China Ventures
Set a new American Record for two mile race at the Prefontaine Classic at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon
Currently working as a professional actor based in San Francisco. The bulk of her work is in theater and commercial/ industrial film.
Finished production on a feature length documentary called Every 3 Seconds
Toured her one woman show Child Of Hungry Times (directed by Jay O'Berski) to Seattle (Editor's Pick, Seattle Weekly), Moscow, and New York City
Has been in Paris studying at the Jacques Lecoq International School of Theater
Earl was Director of Duke Players for a year, during which he staged LYSISTRATA, THE BALCONY, ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, and HEARTBREAK HOUSE. In his professional acting career, he played Chaucer in the Broadway revival of CANTERBURY TALES.
Professor Emeritus: Ithaca College
Internship at a law firm in San Francisco
Works for Blackbaud, a company that provides software and services for nonprofit organizations
Teaching English in Seoul, South Korea with Hello Kid Actor, teaching English through musical theater.
Producing Associateat the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco
Has been named as a Tony Nominator
Executive Director, Marketing for Fairchild Fashion Media, a division of Conde Nast.
Directed the critically acclaimed Miss Evers’ Boys, which received a Best Actress Nomination for the New York Innovative Theatre Awards
Completed a 2-year Meisner conservatory training program at the Maggie Flanigan Studio in New York City