Think Wide Open
- The Kresge Foundation Innovative Projects program awards $150,000.
Professor and Alum Silas Brown Earns Grammy Nominations
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Silas Brown ’10 on earning two Grammy nominations and on his work engineering two performances that also earned Grammy nominations.
Jasai Chase Owens ’17 Lands RoleHe’s been promoted to a regular on Amazon’s The Expanse.
Anita Yavich Earns Henry Hewes Design Award for 2020The costume designer and associate professor of theatre design/technology was honored for her work on Soft Power.
“Respect” for Ina Mayhew ’81Theatre Design/Tech Lecturer Ina Mayhew ’81 was production designer on the upcoming biopic on Aretha Franklin, Respect.
Theatre Design/Tech Grads Talk Shop
Like so many when the pandemic hit, designer Alexander Whittenberg ’14 (theatre design/technology or D/T) was forced to pause his work. He used the opportunity to reflect, to appreciate those who inspired him, and to consider the industry’s future.
Jon Samson ’03 Wins a GrammyFor Best Children’s Album
Nathaniel “Nicco” Annan ’98 is Uncle CliffordNicco Annan is garnering critical acclaim in the new Starz drama, P-Valley.
Jeanna DiPaolo ’21 Wins ScholarshipThe Willa Kim Costume Design Scholarship is administered by Theatre Communications Group.
Must-Read Profile: Mitski ’13
The New Yorker’s Margaret Talbot went On the Road with Mitski.
Sidra Bell MFA ’05 Premieres New Work for NYCBView Pixelation in a wave (Within Wires), part of New York City Ballet’s 2020 Digital Fall Season, for free.
Jen Schriever ’04 Wins Obie Award
This summer’s 2020 Obie Awards Ceremony presented Schriever with Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design honor.
Students Immersed in the Ever Expanding World of Beyond-Live Theatre“The Live Performance and Interactive Media” summer workshop is organized by Professor of Acting David Bassuk.
Jonathan Harris ’20 President’s Award Winner for Public ArtPresident’s Award winner Jonathan Harris’ Sunpath will explore the soundscape of the sun in a musical way as students travel through the campus plaza’s triangular overhangs.