Alumni News and Events

Our alums are working all over the world doing al sorts of things! We are so proud to share just a couple of things our alumni have been doing recently. 

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Recent Alumni News

Steven Yeun ’05 played Jacob in Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari. For that performance, he may become the first Asian American nominee for the Oscar’s Best Actor!

Kate Kriess ’19 was hired as the Social Media and Web Manager at the Grand Theatre in Wasau, WI. She’s currently planning a virtual event called The New Normal Festival. Great work, Kate!

Hunter Himlehoch ’19 was accepted to the Disney College Program! They will be working in costuming in the Disney Parks.

Colleen Schuldeis ’15 recently got a job as the Assistant Technical Director and Assistant to the Production Manager at Northlight Theatre in the Chicago area.

Quincy Isaiah ’17 has recently been cast in an HBO Limited Series about the LA Laker’s in the 1980’s. For the hour-long drama series, Quincy will be playing Magic Johnson, a fellow Michigander. He joins cast members Jon C. Reilly and Solomon Hughes in this currently untitled show.

Learn more about the show and production in the Variety article, HBO’s 1980s Lakers Pilot Finds Its Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Joe Tracz ’04 created a new show on Neflix called Dash & Lily that is premiering Christmas 2020.

Lisa Ludwinski ’06 wrote a cookbook called Sister Pie: The Recipes and Stories of a Big-Hearted Bakery in Detroit. She owns and operates a bakery of the same name (Sister Pie). The businees includes baking classes and an online pie shop. Check out the website and the Sister Pie cookbook. Keep her in mind if you ever need a delicious, and beautiful, pie.

Emily Harpe ’08 is co-starring in a new web-series called ‘Beck and Clem.’

Z Worthington ’17 did the sound design for the play Athena by Relentless Award Winning Playwright Gracie Gardner playing at JACK in Brooklyn.

Read Playbill’s article, Gracie Gardner’s Fierce Fencing Drama Athena Begins at JACK.