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Image of Sherry Kramer

Faculty

Celebrated playwright Sherry Kramer believes every play is created in the audience, and her classes are a treasure hunt to discover how a play shapes our experience and how it makes things matter.

Image of Tim Daly

Alumni

Ubiquitous stage and screen star who has appeared in everything from the cult classic Diner to the critically acclaimed Sopranos and now stars in the popular CBS drama Madam Secretary

Image of Bruce Berman

Alumni

Chairman and CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures who produced The Matrix trilogy and other blockbusters

Photograph © Michael Lewis

Image of Michael Giannitti

Faculty

Michael Giannitti has extensive professional experience as a lighting designer and educator. He has designed lighting at many of the most prestigious venues around the country and has taught abroad as a two-time Fulbright Specialist Grant recipient.

Image of Jaamil Olawale Kosoko

Alumni

Curator, producer, poet, choreographer, and performance artist whose works #negrophobia (nominated for a 2016 Bessie Award) and Séancers have toured throughout Europe, appearing in major festivals. Recipient of a NYFA fellowship.

Photograph © Umi Akiyoshi

Image of Teya Sepinuck

Alumni

Founder and director of the Theatre of Witness, whose performance projects have given voice to prisoners and their families, survivors and perpetrators of abuse and violence, refugees, immigrants, elders, and those who have lived through war

Image of Jean Randich

Faculty

Jean Randich is an award-winning director, writer, and librettist specializing in new works, musical theatre, opera, and re-envisioned classics. She is cofounder and co-artistic director of Collider Theater in New York City.

Image of Carol Channing

Alumni

The original Broadway Dolly in Hello, Dolly! and matchless actress, singer, dancer, and comedian with a thousand-watt smile

Image of Betty Aberlin

Alumni

Actress, poet, and writer best known for her role as “Lady Aberlin” on the children’s television classic Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood and more recently in movies including Dogma, Jersey Girl, and Red State

Image of Joel Marsh Garland

Alumni

Stage, film, and television actor and director who is best known for his role in the Emmy award-winning Netflix series Orange Is the New Black

Image of Michael Rancourt

Faculty

With his background in engineering, woodworking, and sawmilling, Michael Rancourt has created everything from a parasol that bursts into flames to a totally silent stage elevator for Bennington College productions.

Image of Suzanne Shepherd

Alumni

Founding member of the Compass Players along with Alan Alda and Alan Arkin ’55 in the 1960s, and actress best known for her roles in Goodfellas and The Sopranos

Image of Sue Rees

Faculty

Sue Rees has exhibited her set designs, animations, installations, and video works worldwide and has worked collaboratively with choreographers, directors, and musicians in the United States, Europe, and India.

Image of Burcu Seyben

Faculty

Burcu Seyben is a theatre theorist, playwright, actress, and author of Theatre and Multimedia (Habitus, 2016). She specializes in contemporary European and Turkish performances, and directors as well as theatre and politics.

Image of Peter Dinklage

Alumni

Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor known best for his role as Tyrion Lannister on the hit series Game of Thrones

Image of Savannah Dooley

Alumni

Screenwriter and television producer best known as the co-creator of the television series Huge

Image of Spencer Cox

Alumni

Artist, performer, and AIDS activist whose work helped create the first effective drug protocols to combat the syndrome

Photograph © Walter Kurtz

Liz Glotzer

Alumni

President of King Size Productions whose Hollywood producing credits include The Shawshank Redemption

Image of Seancolin Hankins

Faculty

 

With a focus on Scenic Design, Seancolin Hankins takes a comprehensive approach to scenic production, working concurrently in concept, design, construction, and scenic painting. His drive for compelling visuals is paralleled by his commitment to responsible and resourceful use of materials.

Image of James Levin

Alumni

Founder of the Cleveland Public Theatre and winner of the 2012 Robert Bergman Prize

Image of Jennifer Rohn

Faculty

Jennifer Rohn has appeared in theatre productions on and off Broadway, in the United States and Europe, and in films and television, collaborating extensively with the renowned director Robert Wilson.

Image of Gian-Murray Gianino

Faculty

Gian-Murray Gianino is a critically acclaimed actor working in theatre, television and film. A member of Anne Bogart's SITI Company, he has originated roles in many of their groundbreaking shows and continues to perform and teach in NYC and throughout the world.

Image of Justin Theroux

Alumni

Actor, director, and screenwriter currently starring in the HBO series The Leftovers

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Alumni

Choreographer of the original Broadway Hair and countless stage and film productions

Image of Mandy Mishell Hackett

Alumni

Associate artistic director of The Public Theatre in New York City, former founder and producer of The Underwood Theatre, which supported new work from emerging playwrights, and former literary manager and resident dramaturg at the New York Theatre Workshop

Image of Oliver Wadsworth

Faculty

Oliver Wadsworth is an award winning actor and writer who has worked extensively throughout the U.S. His upcoming projects include plays at the Fulton Theatre, White Heron Theatre, and The Rep in Albany.

Image of Melissa Rosenberg

Alumni

The screenwriting genius behind the adaption of the bestselling Twilight saga and the hit shows Dexter and Jessica Jones

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Image of Sheila Lewandowski

Alumni

Longtime arts advocate and co-founder of The Chocolate Factory, an award-winning incubator of experimental performance in Queens, New York

Photograph © Cassi Alexandra

Image of Daniel Goldberg

Alumni

Filmmaker whose work, including The Master Cleanse (2013) and Stationary (2015), seamlessly blends popular television, cult films, and queer cinema to explore the self-help obsessions of privileged Brooklynites and the grey areas between love and friendship.

Jiyoun Chang

Faculty

Jiyoun Chang is a scenic and lighting designer who has worked on many new plays and classics. She cares deeply how characters live in a space and evolve with lights and sound and other visual elements as a story moves on.