Honey Goodenough (B.A., Theatre and Dance, 2000) is the resident teaching artist at The Puppet Showplace Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts. Her work will be showcased at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta in September. (photo by Kirk Marsh)
Rebecca Fahning (B.F.A., Theatre Studies, 2014) teaches theatre and theatre technology at Desert Pines High School in the Clark County School District, the 5th largest school district in the nation.
Hai Zheng Olefsky (M.M., Applied Music/Voice/Piano, 1990), assistant professor of music at Southwestern University, was honored by Austin Mayor Steve Adler and the Austin City Council with a special proclamation on Thursday, May 10, 2018 for her 18 years of community work as Artistic Director for the Young Musicians Festival Competition at the Asian American Cultural Center.
Robert “Beto” Skiles (M.M., Composition, 1977) was inducted into the Austin Jazz Hall of Fame in April. His band, “Beto and the Fairlanes” were inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame in February.
Martin Rodriguez (B.F.A., Theatre Studies, 2015), Amanda Lloyd (B.A., Theatre & Dance, 2014), Sarah Marcum (B.F.A., Theatre Studies, 2014), and Shae Tomlinson (B.A., Theatre & Dance, 2015) are finishing the first full season of their production of SURVIVAL CHECK, by Amanda Lloyd, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
Chelsea Kathryne Ward (B.F.A., Studio Art, 2010) will publish her first book, "Modern Drawing" on June 5th. In October her second book, "Your Year in Art" will also release. (photo by Kelly Mellon)
Jacqueline Heard Hinton (B.F.A., Dance, 2001) performed in “Anais, A Dance Opera” at the La Nouvelle Eve in Paris and opened the Festival International de Théâtre in Casablanca, Morocco, in March. (photo by Barry Weiss)
Harrison Gordon Butler (M.F.A., Theatre, 2010) directed “The Laramie Project” at the Arena Stage in Hollywood in March. Butler was named “Teacher of the Year” in 2017 as a movement instructor for the Theatre of Arts Conservatory in Los Angeles. (photo by Daniel Passaro)
Sean Tecson (B.A., Directing, 2015) has been named Education Data and Professional Development Coordinator at Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City. (Photo by Enrique Cavazos)
Glenda Maddox (B.A., Theatre and Dance, 2003), received a Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Award for Costume Design for her work on The Bold and the Beautiful.