Theatre & Dance Alumni in the News

The School of Theatre and Dance's alumni are regularly involved in projects covered by national and international media.

February 2020 Alumna Cameron Dashiell Stars in Creative Cauldron's "Crowns"

January 2020

Las Vegas Magazine: Alumnus Steve Byrne Has Talent to Spare

American Theatre Magazine: Alumnus Patrick Ulrich is one of "Six Theatre Workers You Should Know" Photos from Off-Broadway debut of Alumnus Scott Miesse's play "Abnormal" Former Kent State Dance Education Major Justin Bass Choreographs for Salt Lake City's Repertory Dance Theatre's "REGALIA" Alumna Pla Rockland Wins Best Costume Design in 2019 BroadwayWorld Cleveland Awards

December 2019 Alumna Tee Boyich Featured in Broadwaysted Podcast's Three-Part Christmas Musical Series BROADWAYSTED, ACTUALLY

November 2019

Lakewood Observer: Chiropractor & Kent State Dance Alumna Offers Unique Approach To Whole Body Care Inspired By Her Artistic Background

October 2019 "DERAILED," a New Musical Written by Alumnus John Moauro, Holds First New York Reading

September 2019 Alumna Antoinette Comer Joins Cast of "Beautiful" Tour Alumna Talia Cosentino Joins Cast of "Einstein's Dreams," Based on Alan Lightman's novel at 59E59 Theaters Off-Broadway Premiere of Einstein's Dreams Musical Finds Its Cast (including Kent State alumna Talia Cosentino)

July 2019

Variety: Alumna Kristine Haag Nominated for Emmy for Costume Work on Netflix's "Grace and Frankie"

January 2019

Vanity Fair: True Detective’s Michael Greyeyes on His Brutal, “Cathartic,” and Topical Story Line

November 2018 Alumna Antoinette Comer Set for Readings of New Musical Life After

July 2018

Chicago Sun-Times: Deaf Actor Richard Costes proving 'Shakespeare is for everyone'

NPR: 'Woman Walks Ahead' Lead Alumnus Michael Greyeyes Sees A Sea Change For Indigenous People On Film

June 2018

As Sitting Bull in ‘Woman Walks Ahead,’ Michael Greyeyes continues to educate through Native roles

February 2018

Hollywood Reporter: Alumna Tara Nicole Tjahjadi Nominated for Director's Guild of America Award

January 2018 Michigan native and Kent State alumnus Dylan Ratell stars in "Chicago" and just won a Swedish reality show