Other Notable Alumni

Sean Martin (’03)  directed Lee Blessings’ Two Rooms at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts’ Linbury Studio.
H.R. Bradford (ʼ04) in Death, The Musical, a musical revue, October 6-31 at Houston's Ovations Night Club.
The Poe Murders, a new play by Josh Blann (ʼ00), premieres at Fort Worth's Theatre Northwest October 12-16.
Will Christoferson (’10)
 booked a SAG (Screen Actor’s Guild) short for the Dallas Film Society which makes him eligible for his SAG card.
Jenavene Hester Bazacas ('09) was cast as Sheila in the New York Music Theatre Festival's Greenwood with Andrea McArdle, Carey Shields and Felicia Finley. Listen to a podcast featuring Jenavene and her husband, fellow ACU Theatre alum Seth Bazacas.
Michelle Alexander (’09) appeared in Austin City Theatre’s production of Hair.
Lara Seibert ('06) cast in the company of the new musical adaptation of Big Fish by Andrew Lippa directed and choregraphed by Susan Stroman. She has also been hired as a principal understudy in Prince of Broadway, a musical tribute to the work of Broadway producer Hal Prince. Lara will be working with Jason Robert Brown, Susan Stroman and Hal Prince.
Dr. Don Wilmeth ('61) chosen to receive the 2012 Theatre Museum Award for Theatre History Preservation, which will be presented on April 30 at Gramercy Park in New York City.
Jonathan Bragg ('08) cast as The Caliph in a concert performance of Kismet at Dallas' Lyric Stage.
J Mendl (’10) cast as Frederick Fleet in Titanic at La Comedia Theatre. He has also been hired as a choreographer at The Prizery Theatre.
Allison Seibert Rogers ('02)  cast in the new Michael John LaChuisa musical Giant at Dallas Theater Center with Aaron Lazar and Kate Baldwin. The show is set to transfer to the Public Theater in New York.
Laura Wetsel ('11) cast as Gertrude in a touring production of Seussical.
Ann Wood ('05) Equity assistant stage manager for Theatre for a New Audienceâs production of The Taming of the Shrew. She will also return to Barrington Stage Company as their Equity assistant stage manager this summer.
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