Spring 2011 - Ross Buckley (T’08) completed a 2-year Meisner conservatory training program at the Maggie Flanigan Studio in New York City. He is now performing in Israel Horovitz's Line at the 13th Street Repertory Theater. It's New York's longest running off-off Broadway show with a brand spanking new-and-improved cast.
Special Topics in Theater Studies. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit. One course.
Kevin Gray has appeared in over 8500 performances on Broadway and National Tour, and has acted in or directed more than 150 productions. He recently starred as Scar in the National Tour of Disney’s THE LION KING, directed by Julie Taymor. Prior to this, Mr. Gray toured the United Kingdom as The King in THE KING AND I, reprising his role from the Broadway revival of Rogers and Hammerstein's classic, in which he became only the third actor in history to play the role on Broadway. Mr.
Special Topics in Acting. May be repeated for credit. Instructor consent required. One course.
Spring 2011 - Davis Hasty (T’08) recently appeared in A Wrinkle in Time at the Round House Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland.
Spring 2011 - Megan McCrea (T'07) After co-authoring Federated States of Micronesia and Palau: Discover the Real Micronesia and Palau [published by Other Places Publishing, available through amazon.com], moved to the San Francisco Bay area. She works as an editorial assistant at Poetry Flash, where she writes articles on poetry, fiction, and literary happenings. Check it out:www.poetryflash.org
Summer 2012 - Alberto Mendoza (T’06) Since 2008, he has continued to write, perform, and produce theater with Abraham Werewolf which he co-founded with fellow Duke alum Daniel Bischoff, Matthew Hooks, and Jack McDonald. In August 2011, they produced their fifth original production, One Night Only with theater studies faculty member Jay O'Berski serving as director. (See Matt Hooks for more...)
Summer 2015 - Martin Zimmerman’s (T’07) play Let Me Count The Ways had readings at Philadelphia Theatre Company and New York Theatre Workshop this past winter, and his play On The Exhale just had a workshop at Goodman Theatre, and his play Seven Spots On The Sun is having its West Coast Premiere at The Theatre @ Boston Court in Pasadena this October.
Spring 2011 - Ito Aghayere (T'09) is a second year graduate student at Columbia University School of the Arts and continued to pursue her love of acting and politics with her recent summer internship at the White House in 2010. Her recent credits includeUncle Vanya (Sonya) under the direction of Andrei Serban, and her role as Medea in Euripides' Medea under the direction of Kristin Linklater. This spring, she will reprise her role as Medea with encore performances at both Columbia University in New York and Drew University in New Jersey.
Winter 2009 - Rob Cameron (T’91) moved to Charlotte, NC last year where he joined Robinson, Bradshaw and Hinson as “Of Counsel” specializing in trademark, copyright and entertainment and sports law. He and his wife Julie welcomed their first child and son, Preston Wyatt, born on January 21 2008.