In his role as the Literary Manager & Resident Dramaturg at Washington’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, Drew Lichtenberg ’05, is the chief literary officer of one of the most prominent regional theatres in the United States and one of the truly eminent English-language theatre companies in the world.
Ben Jacoby ’09 is starring as Raoul in the national tour of “Phantom of the Opera.” His days stomping the stage at Denison have served him well.
Award-winning playwright to teach playwriting and collaborate with composer Matt Gould and director Cheryl McFarren on a student production of The Malvolio Project, a sequel to Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
During Big Red Weekend, the Black Box Theatre in Burke saw the premiere of not just one production, but three. It’s part of an exciting new festival program at Denison that has even more students involved, and they’re getting hands-on experience in even more aspects of theatre production.
Mark Evans Bryan, an associate professor of theatre at Denison and member of the Class of ’96, has a new play that has been getting attention on three continents.