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Alumni

 

  • Dan Bittner '04 

    Class of 2004, BFA Acting major

    “A true testament to a school is its teachers. I was trained by teachers that I will consider mentors for the rest of my life. Plus, I got to go to college in New York City. I mean, come on!”

  • James Cusati-Moyer '11 

    Class of 2011, BFA in Acting

    “MMC, with its strong liberal arts foundation and passionate faculty, provided me with the opportunity to grow…as an artist and as a human being…opening my eyes to imagine my future…with curiosity, hope and a viewpoint of limitless possibilities.”

  • Travis on Access Live discussing his episode of My Last Days 

    Class of 2011, Theatre Performance  concentration

    Flores ‘11 currently works as an executive producer for DonateLife and is the creator/writer for the upcoming comedy series (sorta) supportive, a new show that addresses chronic conditions and disabilities.

  • Joe Maybloom '16 

    “The Theatre Department was incredibly helpful in guiding me through my college years and beyond. The unique curriculum allowed me to explore a variety of disciplines within theatre, and ultimately showed me that there were lots of opportunities that I didn’t even know existed.”

  • Meg Murphy '13 

    Class of 2013, BFA Acting  major, History and Business Management double minor

     

    Since completing her various training, Murphy has worked in the hair and makeup departments on dozens of projects in film, television, and stage, including Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway, Candide at Carnegie Hall, and HBO’s The DeuceView her full stylist CVMurphy currently serves as hair supervisor for the Tony award-winning show, Dear Evan Hansen  on Broadway.

  • Ben Nemzer '08 

    Class of 2008, Theatre Performance major

    “I remember my acting teacher, Ellen Orenstein, MFA, explained to me that as a magician, the audience is my scene partner. Looking back, I am very impressed by how she was able to help me stay focused and get the most out of my education—I’m sure it’s made me a better performer!” he says.

  • Pamela Price '08 

    Class of 2008, Theatre Performance major, Art History minor

    “The incredible community of friends at MMC becomes a family base, especially as many of us move from NYC to LA,” she explains. 

  • Matthew at the POPSUGAR Digital Newfront 2015 at Cedar Lake on April 30, 2015 in New York City. 

    Class of 2004, Theatre Arts major

    “Studying theatre helped me to discover and explore all the different parts of my personality and gave me confidence to make bold choices. The actor in me loves to bring a lot of energy, physicality, and humor to my hosting work.”     

  • Adrienne Warren '09 

    Class of 2009, Theatre Performance major, Musical Theatre minor

    “Marymount Manhattan is where I learned to run a light board, help build a set, and assist in hanging lights. As an actor, I believe it is important to have an appreciation for every aspect of what goes into making a complete piece of theatre. Now I joke with the crew of shows I work on and say…’I know how to do that!’”