News from On and Off York Street

Emily Trask
September 21, 2022

Emily Trask (’11) Promoted at PCPA – Pacific Conservatory Theatre

Trask assumed her new role as Associate Artistic Director in August 2022.

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Noah Diaz
September 12, 2022

Noah Diaz (’20) An “Artist to Watch”

‘You Will Get Sick,’ written at the School, will be presented at Roundabout Theatre Company this fall.

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Da'Vine Joy Randolph in a victorian style dress holding a baby
August 26, 2022

What Da’Vine Joy Randolph (’11) Wants, She’ll Create

“We’ll be speaking the same language,” Randolph said of working with actor-director Sanaa Lathan (’95).

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Narda E. Alcorn (left) and Lisa Porter (right)
August 25, 2022

Stage Managers’ Association Honors Narda E. Alcorn and Lisa Porter

Alcorn (’95, Chair of Stage Management) and Porter (’95) will receive a Special Recognition Award at the 2022 Del Hughes Awards.

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Jennifer McClure's Bloody Brilliant
August 11, 2022

Jennifer McClure (Faculty) Published by Focal Press

McClure’s new book, ‘Bloody Brilliant,’ provides a prop master’s guide to blood effects.

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ABIGAIL C. ONWUNALI
August 11, 2022

Abigail C. Onwunali (’23) Receives 2022 Princess Grace Award

A multi-faceted Nigerian-American theater maker, Onwunali received the John Gore Theater Honor scholarship.

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Sophie von Haselberg
August 10, 2022

Sophie von Haselberg (’14) Feature in World Premiere

The Old Globe will present ‘What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank’ from Pulitzer-finalist playwright Nathan Englander.

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Martyna Majok
August 9, 2022

Martyna Majok (’12) Receives Hull-Warriner Award for ‘Sanctuary City’

Presented by the Dramatists Guild Council, the award recognizes a play dealing with controversial and timely subjects.

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Noah Diaz
August 8, 2022

Roundabout Theatre Company to premiere work by Noah Diaz (’20)

‘You Will Get Sick,’ developed at the School, will include costumes by Alicia Austin (’20) and feature actor Dario Ladani Sanchez (’20).

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Nomè SiDone as Melvin the Mistacow. Photo courtesy of the Dwight/Edgewood Project.
July 6, 2022

After Pandemic Pause, Dwight/Edgewood Gets Back to the Magic

The collaboration pairs Geffen School mentors with 5th and 6th graders from Barnard Environmental Studies & Technology Magnet School.

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