What alumni are doing...
Alexis Arens (2015) is a Multimedia Producer for United Launch Alliance and just completed her 1st year of the Strategic Communications Masters at Michigan State.
Kimberlee [Vandenburg] Bolton (2016) is currently an Overhire Draper at the University of Maryland in College Park, where she works on costumes for theatre, opera, and dance.
Evan Brown (2012) is starting his 4th full-year as a middle school band director. In addition, he is continuing his career as a professional musician.
Kate Heiting (2014) is an Executive Assistant at Sony Pictures Entertainment where she recently helped setup for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood."
Meghan Hornbacker (2018) is a Bay Area director/choreographer and is getting ready to choreograph "Mamma Mia," "Damn Yankees," and direct "Guys and Dolls."
Torin Lusebrink (2014) is performing as a puppeteer with "Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live!" and will soon tour the US with the sister show "Prehistoric Aquarium."
Jenny Nelson (2014) is currently working on getting her MFA in Acting at Brown/Trinity!
Nathan Norris (2016) starts this season as the Technical Director for Le Petit Theatre Du Vieux Carre. Recently finished a new play development program at Southern Rep.
Jennie Pierson (2003) is a working professional actor in Los Angeles. Her recent recurring roles include: Sara on "Kidding," Miss Davis on "Black-ish," Wendy on "Powerless," and the Narrator on "Drunk History."
Christopher Riordan (2016) is a Youth Advocate for the Gateway Academy.
Karen Set (2015) is currently completing her certification in Marketing and is employed as the Marketing Manager @ Cromadiscope Records.
Trinity Smith (2017) is a Scenic Painter for the 11th St. Workshop; recently relocated from New York to Los Angeles to continue scenic painting for the fashion, event, and entertainment industry.
Jack Stuart (2017) started training for a powerlifting meet as well as working on his certification for personal training.
Tori Waner (2017) is currently an International Performer/Teacher with The Young Americans, a non-profit music outreach program.
Natalie [Roy] Wilson (2011) is currently serving as the on-set and off-set acting coach for an actor with a disability on ABC's new fall series "Stumptown."