The approximately 3,000 living alumni* of the Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts
- perform on stages across the United States and around the world;
- work in film and television on both coasts;
- teach in high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the country;
- have careers in corporate America, the entertainment industry, and the non-profit sector.
They are actors, designers, producers, writers, editors, theatre managers, critics, professors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, advocates, museum directors, and more.
Check out their accomplishments below.
*This count includes alumni from theatre and film studies, as well as photography and cinema.
Bradford Douglas (BA, film studies '20) has landed his "first real Hollywood job". In March, Douglas started as an Office Production Assistant for a new Nickelodeon show, That Girl Lay Lay. He writes, "I'm learning a lot of cool stuff and meeting a lot of people, too. It's exhausting, but I really enjoy it overall. I'm sure the long hours will be worth it down the line." (May 12, 2021)
Emily Jeu (BA, theatre '14), won Season 1 of the Burgschneider Challenge, a creative design/construction challenge where contestants modify Burgschneider garments and share their work on social media. The company creates medieval pieces for festivals, stage, and screen. (May 12, 2021)
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