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Advanced Design and Technical Production Students Showcase Final Work

May 10, 2019
  • Paola Robles-Vasquez '20, Mariah Wiese '19, and Jennifer Iris Rivera '20 showcasing their costume design projects
  • Alex Adams '21 discusses his work during the showcase
Theatre Arts faculty members Ray Recht, MFA, and Karen Kinsley, MA, proudly hosted a packed showcase of student stage, lighting, and costume designs on Thursday, May 9, in the Regina Peruggi room.

Featured students included:

  • Alex Adams ’21, Scenic Design concentration
  • Bethsaly Alarcon ’21, Costume Design concentration
  • Caeley Baines ’21, Costume Design concentration
  • O Bennington, Scenic Design concentration
  • Matthew Bradley ’21, Costume Design concentration
  • William Joseph Bryan ’22, Costume Design concentration
  • Nicole Carpenter ’20, Costume Design concentration
  • Larissa Castilho ’20, Costume Design concentration
  • Angela Cox ’22, Costume Design concentration 
  • Mikey D’Aguino ’22, Design and Technical Production concentration
  • Stefanie Drinkwater ’19, Costume Design concentration
  • Maggie Harrigan ’19, Scene Design and Stage Management concentrations
  • Ciara Helber ’21, Light and Scenic Design concentrations
  • Jennifer Jerone ’21, Scenic Design concentration
  • Baylee LaCroix ’22, Costume Design concentration
  • Owen Nuss ’19, Scenic Design concentration
  • Katie Powers, Costume Design concentration
  • Karib Reyes ’20, Scenic Design concentration
  • Jennifer Iris Rivera ’19, Theatre Performance and Costume Design concentrations
  • Paola Robles-Vasquez ’20, Theatre Performance, Costume Design concentration
  • Max Stroeher ’20, Lighting Design concentration
  • Peyton Tavares ’20, Directing, Scenic Design concentration
  • Marie Wallace ’21, Costume Design concentration
  • Mariah Wiese ’19, Costume Design concentration
  • Alex Wolf ’22, Costume Design concentration

May of the projects on display were developed for coursework related to the Department of Theatre Arts 2018-2019 mainstage productions, Blues for Mr. Charlie, 10 Out of 12, The Who’s Tommy, and Electra. Additional featured work included class projects and work completed outside of Marymount Manhattan College.