News and Notables: March 2019

Jack Dunphy (Media Arts ‘11) was featured in Filmmaker Magazine’s “50 Most Anticipated Films of 2019” for his upcoming film Watch Me Drown, which is is a semi-autobiographical exploration of the relationships in Dunphy’s life. The film will meld live action and animation.

Craig Hurley (Music ‘86) was featured on an episode of Chicago P.D. in January.

Gabriella Marzetta (Musical Theatre ‘13) stars in a new musical titled Contact High that is available on all streaming platforms.

Olivia Mulholland (Visual Arts ‘18) was awarded the Creative Vision Award, DaVinci Award, Academic Excellence Scholarship, and Thalheimer Scholarship at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She was also accepted into the MICA Art Market where she sold three paintings and one drawing.

Jacquelyn Rosati (Theatre ‘92) has been appointed Co-Artistic Director of Route 66 Theatre Company. Jacquelyn previously worked as an actress in both film and television.

Akenya Seymour (Music ‘11) made her New York City performance debut at the 15th annual Winter Jazz Fest in January.