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Alumni Updates

Cole Critchell (Theatre’13) shot a major role for an episode of the true crime series Grave Secrets.

Chris Fulmer(TV/Film ’04) published his autobiography, Welcome Back to Saturday Morning: An Autobiography of a Life in Autism in June 2017.  It is currently available on Amazon.

Chris McGinnis (Theatre ‘10) is happy to report his new position as the Associate General Manager for the Bucks County Playhouse.

Kevin White (Theatre ‘15) has accepted a job with the Arden Theatre Company as their new General Management Assistant with duties in arts administration, facilities management, and company management.

Isabel Garcia (Dance ’13) recently performed in the Fulton Theatre’s chart-topping production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and returned to the Fireside Theatre in Wisconsin to perform in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific.  And she’s proud to announce she earned her Equity card!

Kyle Mahaney (TV/Film ‘15) is proud to announce that his Out of Sight, a feature documentary that he shot, co-directed, and co-edited, is currently in preparation for release to Netflix and Amazon Prime. The emotionally powerful film, which deals with teen suicide and mental illness, has been playing consistently on the national and international film festival circuit for over a year. Festival successes include being named the Best Feature Film at the 2016 SouthSide Film Festival in Bethlehem, PA, as well as screenings all over the U.S. and Europe, most recently at the Nice International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema in France.

Andy (Theatre ’07) has completed his first semester at the New Hampshire Institute of Art pursuing a concentration in Writing for Stage and Screen.

Matt Nye (TV/Film ‘09) reports success with his screenplay for a full-length, horror feature titled which has advanced to quarterfinal and final rounds with the Crimson Screen Film Festival and the New York Screenplay Context. 

Jacob Dresch (Theatre ’11) made his off-Broadway debut as Mr. Snake in the Bull Theatre’s production of School for Scandal.  He also returned to the Labuda Center this past summer to appear in PSF’s production of Julius Ceasar.

Alayna Gallo (Theatre ’99) has joined the Broadway cast of Jersey Boys as Lorraine.  It’s Alayna’s second time on Broadway having been an original cast member of Tarzan.  

Molly Meg Legal (Theatre ’98) is the Stage Manager for Jersey Boys on Broadway.

Dee Roscioli (Theatre ‘99) is currently a standby for The Cher Show.  Dee was last on Broadway playing Fruma Sarah in Fiddler on the Roof after having played Elphaba in Wicked.

Phoenix Best (Theatre ’15) is currently playing Alana in the Broadway company of Dear Evan Hansen.  Marc Bitler (Theatre ’13) played the role of young Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Jenny Wiley Theatre in Pikeville, KY. 

Megan Steele (Dance ’13) continues her work with Hershey Entertainment & Resorts in the Hershey Park Entertainment Department where she is a Project Coordinator for the Take the Stage at Hersheypark Program. She is also currently teaching ballet and modern at the Palmyra Academy of Dance. 

Rocky Urich (TV/Film ‘07) continues his success with FireRock Productions winning four 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy® Awards.  These awards make for a total of five that FireRock has won in the past few years.  Rocky’s Emmaus-based video production company took home awards in the Human Interest; Craft Achievement; Public/Current/Community Affairs Feature; and Lifestyle Program categories.  

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