Beth Leavel MFA ’80 (School of Theatre)

Beth Leavel MFA ’80 (School of Theatre) returned to campus for a multi-day colloquium for theatre students.
Leavel, 2006 Tony winner, heads back to Broadway this fall for the opening of  The Prom.
Photo:  Leavel high-fiving School of Theatre Director John Poole.  credit Scott Hoffman/News & Record

Suzanne Eggleston Henneman ’77 (School of Dance)

Suzanne Eggleston Henneman ’77 (School of Dance) is serving as President of the Maryland Dance Education Association and is President-elect of the National Dance Education Organization 2017-18.  Henneman is a retired dance educator for Baltimore County Public Schools and runsTeaching Artist: Bearfoot Dance Consulting.

Julie Maloney MFA ’71 (School of Dance)

Julie Maloney MFA ’71 (School of Dance) is the founder of Women Reading Aloud, a non-profit organization devoted to promoting women writers, and will have her first novel released in April.  A Matter of Chance  is a psychological suspense novel that follows a desperate mother’s search for her missing daughter.

Emma Ford ’14 (School of Theatre)

Emma Ford ’14 (School of Theatre) was nominated for Best Costume Design in a Professional Production for 2017 New Hampshire Theatre Awards

Dani Keil MFA ’14 (School of Theatre)

Dani Keil MFA ’14 (School of Theatre) a University of North Carolina at Greensboro graduate is the assistant stage director of Tulsa Opera in Oklahoma, is guest-directing the Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Disgraced” at Cape Fear Regional Theatre this month.

Phoebe Lustig ’14 (School of Music)

Phoebe Lustig ’14 (School of Music) is the Schools Program Manager with the Charlotte Symphony.