Selected Alumni Bios

Selected Alumni Bios

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  • Alex Sarian
    Alex Sarian (‘06) currently works for Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the world’s leading performing arts center, where he serves as the Director of Finance & New Business for its education division, Lincoln Center Education.  Prior to Lincoln Center, Sarian was the Dire... Read More
  • David Kilpatrick
    David Kilpatrick (’00,’02) is the Theatre for Young Audiences manager at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. He is particularly focused on overseeing the program’s national touring initiative, but also assists with the Kennedy Center’s scrip... Read More
  • Jennifer DiBella
    Jennifer DiBella (’08) is the Director of Education for Roundabout Theatre Company.  One of Jennifer's major accomplishments since joining Roundabout is the creation of Student Production Workshop, their most successful program in ensuring high school students graduate from high school wi... Read More
  • John Patrick Shanley
    John Patrick Shanley (‘77) won an Academy Award for his original screenplay, Moonstruck (1987), followed by the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Drama Desk Award, and the Tony Award for Best Play for Doubt: A Parable (2005). In 2008, Shanley directed the film version of Doubt starring Meryl ... Read More
  • Ken Leung
    Ken Leung (‘93)is an actor best known for his role as Miles Straume in the ABC television series Lost, and roles in such films as Shanghai Kiss, Rush Hour, X-Men: The Last Stand and Saw.  In February 2013, he appeared regularly on Zero Hour, an American conspiracy television series create... Read More
  • Sandy Faison
    Sandy Faison (‘03) is a veteran stage, film, and television actress who made her Broadway debut as Grace Ferrell in the original production of Annie.  She currently serves as head of the Drama & Technical Theater Departments at LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Art... Read More
  • Scott Lupi
    Scott Lupi (‘07) is the director of Marketing/Advertising for Daryl Roth Productions. Daryl Roth is proud to hold the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park (Tony Award); Tracy Letts’ August: Osage Count... Read More