Theatre Arts alumni David Hanks '11 is currently serving as the account executive and business manager of Palmer-Tingley LLC, & Associates and
Monica R. Harris is a professional actor and a proud New Orleanian not by birth, but at heart.
Eric John Ladwig ’98 (drama), Dallas, Texas, published book six in his fantasy series.
Gretchen Hirt ’12 (theatre/communication) was named communications coordinator for New Orleans-based public relations firm Gambel Communications.
After a successful collaboration on “The Ascension” at a medieval dramatic festival in 2010, a performance by a student theatre cast from Loyola Un
Ben Saypol, of Interactive Theatre Carolina, visited Loyola University New Orleans in the spring of 2009 to create an interactive theatre piece wit
Elizabeth S. Parent, Theatre Arts and Dance Faculty, designed costumes and makeup for Adam Rapp's award winning play, Blackbird.
Taylor Duhe' '13 led a public awareness campaign entered in a national competition sponsored by Theatrics and helped secure a $2000 award for Loyol
Current theatre student Charlotte Voekel lead the cast of Little Shop of Horrors at Playmakers Theater in Covington, Louisiana, under the direction
New Orleans Magazine September 2011 issue:
"Into the Future- New Orleans Magazine People to Watch 2011"