Please note that the below credits are self-reported.
Jeremy Davidson (M.F.A.) has a recurring role as Chase Moran on Lifetime’s Army Wives.
Adam Mucci (B.F.A.) was featured in the HBO film You Don’t Know Jack starring Al Pacino as Jack Kevorkian. The movie began airing on April 24, 2010.
Kevin Chamberlin (B.F.A.), two-time Tony nominee, along with Roger Bart (B.F.A.), Tony nominee and winner, performed and sang in Kevin Chamberlin and Friends Present: Broadway Sings TV on May 3, 2010, at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater in New York City. This performance was a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The following alumni on Broadway have received nominations or are working on plays nominated for 2010 Tony Awards: Kevin Chamberlin, nominated for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Uncle Fester in The Addams Family; Rob Ruggiero, who directed Looped, for which Valerie Harper has received a Leading Actress in a Play nomination; Michael Esper, who stars in American Idiot, which was nominated for a Best Musical Award.
Joe West’s (M.F.A.) lighting-design work is featured in the June/July Live Design advertiser update.
Kevin Frederick (M.F.A.) is a freelance stage manager and industrial production manager who will be in New York City for the next several months producing the Canon Expo 2010 for Dentsu America.
Kelly Meyersfield (B.F.A.) produced and starred in the web series The Delicate Art of Being Single.
Raymond McAnally (M.F.A.) was nominated for Best Actor in a Short Film at the 12th annual Method Fest for his role in Penance, in which he plays a young man with Asperger's syndrome. He also co-starred on an episode of Nurse Jackie on Showtime.
Reyna de Courcy (B.F.A.) performed in a stage reading of a new play by Steven Levenson titled Retreat as part of Manhattan Theatre Club's 7@7 public reading series in New York City.
Amanda Brooke Lerner (B.F.A.) and her theater company Wednesday Repertory made their debut from April 29 through May 9, 2010, with a series of nine original one-act plays written and performed by their company members at the Roy Arias Studios in New York City.
Chris Halladay (M.F.A.), Wesley Broulik (M.F.A.), and Maria-Itzel Siegrist (M.F.A.) performed a staged reading directed by Michelle Seaton (M.F.A.) titled The Brothers Dellapina on May 17, 2010, at Shetler Studios in New York City.
Dana Jacks (M.F.A.) performed the role of Emily in Our Town April 13-18, 2010, at the Barrow Street Theater in New York City.
Maria-Itzel Siegrist (M.F.A.) will be performing in the production of Ollantay at the Teatro Stage Fest on June 19, 2010, in New York City.
April Yvette Thompson (M.F.A.) performed two original monologues at Live and Outspoken on May 18, 2010, at BRICstudio in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Brian Dykstra (M.F.A.) is performing in the production of Killing Women on May 13-June 5, 2010, at the Beckett Theater in New York City.
Kate Geller (M.F.A.) performed in the world premiere of Perfect Fit May 14-23, 2010, at The Times Square Arts Center: Roy Arias Theater in New York City.
Quinn Mander (M.F.A.) performed in As You Like It on April 16, 2010, at the Roy Arias Studio in New York City.
Michael Warner’s (M.F.A.) play How.What.Now., directed by Campbell Scott, has been submitted to the New York Fringe Festival.
Theater arts alumni credit archive