The new film was written by and stars Bill Connington (Faculty) and features Chalia La Tour (’16).
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“What I’m known for is nuanced storytelling… I’ve got that Yale Drama background,” says Mills.
Breslin and Foley joined the creative team of Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, a TodayTix streaming event benefitting The Actors Fund.
This is the only award given jointly by the Actors’ Equity Association and Actors’ Equity Foundation.
The Broadway Advocacy Coalition fellowship was created to support artist-activists using their talents to have an impact on the world.
The program is led by Francesca Fernandez McKenzie (’18), Julian Elijah Martinez (’16), Sohina Sidhu (’19) and Jenelle Chu (’16).
Brisport, New York’s first openly gay Black state legislator, was interviewed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in September.
DeCure, the first person of color to be certified in Knight Thompson Speechwork, advocates for attention to all linguistic identities.
“I’d like to keep that same sense of joy, but also add a mission, another layer of responsibility to tell stories that need to be told.”
Lemmon has also had impressive guest appearances on “Fear the Walking Dead” and “Succession.”