Director Matt Nye (TV/Film '09) and screenwriter Vince Nigito (TV/Film ’09) premiered their new film “Goodbye Forever” as part of the “Independence Meets Art” series at The Meadows Grove in Hellertown, PA.
Alex Frangoulis (Theatre '09) and Amanda Millere (Theatre ’10) are engaged. Alex proposed after Amanda’s graduation on May, 20th (she said “Yes!”). In addition, Amanda is now a certified Wedding Planner and Consultant who will be working in three internships this summer.
Jeremy Sabol (Theatre '09) is heading to New York with Mary Ann Furey (Theatre '09) where they hope to pursue acting careers with bits of playwriting and airplane jumping on the side.
The voiceover talents of Brendan Moser (Theatre '11) and James Nestor (Theatre’10) will be featured on a Time-Life special edition DVD that will be part of the History Channel’s “WWII in HD” DVD package.
Kelly O'Donnell (Theatre '95) co-founded, with fellow alum Gus Schulenburg '98, the Flux Theatre Ensemble, which produced Pretty Theft this past April. The production featured alumni Marnie Schulenburg '06 and Zach Robidas '06 and received a positive review from The New York Times.
An original adaptation of Gilgamesh presented at the Allentown Symphony Hall and produced by the Circle of Stones Ensemble featured many DSU folks. Alumni Rachel Joffred (Theatre '08), Kristine Bonaventura (Theatre '09), Victoria Rose Bonito (Theatre '09), Nakia Gard (Dance '09), and Kris Yoder (Theatre '99) as well as current students Ryan Alexander (Theatre and Dance '10), Dan Bontempo (Theatre '11), Jennifer Starr Foley (Theatre '11), Tom Guastavino (Theatre '11), Melissa Keiser (Dance '11), Christine Michener (Dance '11), Eliza Martin (Theatre, '11), James Nester (Theatre '11), Kathleen O'Mara (Theatre '10), and John Reshetar (Theatre '10) all appeared in the production along with faculty member Wayne Turney. Victoria Fragnito (Theatre '10) served as Assistant to the Director. The entire production was under the direction of faculty member Steven Dennis.