skidmore theater living newsletter
Staff writer Max LoSardo ’20 traveled to NYC to see the latest production of “Playdate” by Kallan Dana by a city theater company, and had the chance to speak with the playwright and recent Skidmore graduate herself about the piece and what she’s been up to since May!
Co-Editors in Chief of the Skidmore Theater Living Newsletter speak with founding editor and alum, Gabe Cohn ’16.
Olivia Bagg ’19 sits down with alumna costume designer, Sam Garwood, to talk about her background and work on “We Used To Wear Bonnets & Get High All The Time”.
A short interview with 33 Variations scenic designer Andy Nice ’11. Welcome back Andy!
STLN Co-Editor-in-Chief catches up with three recent JKB alums on their experiences since graduating.
Co-Editors-in-Chief sit down with JKB’s latest visiting artist and alumni, Sara Juli, to get the inside scoop on her most recent work, Tense Vagina: An Actual Diagnosis.
Last Wednesday, a group of Skidmore Theater Alumni from the past 25 years gathered to perform the opening number at the President’s Society Campaign Launch Gala at Gotham Hall in New York City. The idea to kick off the event with a theatrical performance came from our own Marie Glotzbach, who was able to assemble an impressive roster of Theater Alumni ranging from 1993 to 2015.
Editor-in-Chief sits down with alumnus Katie Gould ’07 about her career: as an apprentice at Actors Theater Louisville, a graduate student at Pig Iron, and a company member of Lightning Rod Special.
Living Newsletter Editor Rachel Karp ’18 talks with comedian Chris Fleming ’09 about his time at Skidmore, his path to professional comedy, and the inspiration behind his character Gayle.
Living Newsletter Editor Gabe Cohn ’16 sits down for coffee with Walking Dead and Wolf of Wall Street actor Jon Bernthal ’99 to discuss Skidmore theater, Scorsese, and baseball.
Keira Naughton ’93 and Liz Wisan ’02, who recently acted together off-Broadway in These Paper Bullets, talk to Living Newsletter Editor Gabe Cohn ’16 over a between-show dinner.
The award-winning theater maverick, MacArthur Genius, and doyen of downtown theater tells never-before-heard stories from the vault–from having Spalding Gray pose for her Skidmore drawing classes to her rebellious turn towards the theater and, ultimately, toward the birth of The Wooster Group.
Living Newsletter Editor Gabe Cohn ’16 goes backstage on Broadway to chat with Michael Zegen ’01 about A View From the Bridge.
BY MIRANDA PARK ’17 It’s a typical Friday afternoon; Theater Company is in full swing. But as the minutes tick by, the theater begins to fill more and more with students new to the department. Together, they wait excitedly for the arrival of actor and Skidmore theater alumnus Jon Bernthal ’99. I greet Bernthal at […]
STLN STAFF 2018-19
Editors-in-Chief: Audrey Erickson ’20 and Em Miller ’20
Founding Editor: Gabe Cohn ’16