Offered career positions after interning, Lauren Cole BA ’20, Isabella Dake BA ’20 and Anastasia Zavodnick BA ’21 mentor their own interns and turn to the SDA Professional Development Center and the Trojan Family to hire students.
The alumni and educators transitioned to their roles as assistant professors of theatre practice this spring.
The stage management alumna’s Scenery Bags transforms theatrical leftovers, including SDA’s recycled Bing Theatre curtain, and donates a portion of proceeds to theatre programs.
Loyal alumnus and staff member Howard Schmitt shares his thoughts on the Trojan identity.
Madigan Stehly BFA ’14 utilizes his theatre-based roots at USC to become an Emmy-winning lighting director.
The March 26 event will showcase the creative works of alumni who are writing, directing, producing and acting in short films and in digital media, as well as provide an opportunity for fellow Trojans to network.
The director, writer and producer discusses why he’s an alumni volunteer, four ways students can prepare for the professional world, lessons he learned at SDA and more.
The BFA Acting alumna, who was recently named one of Disney+ Launchpad’s short film directors, is taking great care to tell inclusive stories on screen.
Featuring the SDA community, this Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion series is collection of theatrical vignettes that convey the history of the Black journey in America and across the diaspora.
The Director of E-Commerce for L’Oréal shares about being an SDA supporter, how students can prepare themselves for the professional world and more.
The showrunner is nominated in the television screenwriting category for his work on Hulu series Dopesick.
Read through the 2021 issue — covering the School’s 75 years of excellence, features on six alumni, Q&A with the dean and more.