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  Acting alumni Andrew Garman ’98 takes the stage as the family dog, Mastiff, in the Playwright Realm’s production of Jen Silverman’s The Moors.
Clarence Coo '10, a School of the Arts Theatre Program alumnus and current Manager of Academic Administration for the Writing Program, has received a Whiting Award, one of the most prestigious awards for emerging writers, for his work as a playwright.
  Current student, Ari Rodriguez directs Hair this March at The Connelly Theater for his directing thesis.
  Scott Ebersold ‘15 directs The View UpStairs by Max Vernon at
Director Markus Potter ’03 will join Theatre Aspen as their new Associate Artistic Director. Potter will work in this role to support the Apprentice Program and Theatre Aspen School, two educational programs of the award-winning Colorado theater.
  The Classic Stage Company’s Young Company, comprised of actors from the Columbia MFA Acting Class of 2017, brings
Current student, Pálína Jónsdóttir directs her adaptation of Babette’s Feast, this March at The Connelly Theater for her theatre directing thesis.
  Current students, Inés Braun directs Euripdes’ Alkestis, translated by Anne Carso
  Faculty member, David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-winning play M.
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