The following is a list of what just some of our graduates have been doing. If you would like to let your fellow alumni know what you've been up to, be sure to submit your own class note to be published on the web and in the Tisch Newsletter.
Emmy Award-winning costume designer for puppets. She is currently designing for the rabbit puppets on the Disney Channel’s series Bunny Town.
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Marie Anne Chiment's set designs for the Santa Fe Opera production of The Magic Flute and her costume designs for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's production of The Historical Tragedy of Dr. Faustus will be featured in the exhibit "Curtain Call: Celebrating A Century of Women Designing for Live Performance" at the New York Public Library for Performing Arts at Lincoln Center's Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery through May 3, 2009. "I've made hoopskirts out of coat hangers, costumes out of candy," she said. "I've always loved creating things. I loved playing with boxes and turning them in to forts made of cardboard. I've experimented with everything and made some mistakes along the way."
Master of the Schooner Pioneer operated by South Street Seaport Museum. Responsible for the operation, crewing and maintenance of an historic (ca. 1885) sailing vessel offering school programs, public sails and charters in New York Harbor.
Costume designer for Broadway’s Xanadu.
Currently working as a Show Director/Choreographer for Stiletto Entertainment in LA, providing production shows for Holland America Line.
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Production Designer; is currently prepping Julie & Julia for Columbia Pictures. The film is directed by Nora Ephron, and stars Meryl Streep as Julia Child and Amy Adams as Julie Powell.
Winner of the 2007 HOLA for Best Costume Design for Zanahorias (Off-Broadway). She also recently designed costumes for Lightbox Theater’s Milk-n-Honey at 3LD, and scenery and costumes for Rob Handel’s adaptation of The Knights as part of Target Margin’s Aristphanika Festival.
Daryl Eisenberg Casting (www.decasting.com) cast My First Time, which is currently running at New World Stages.
Recently engaged, and over the next year he plans on working between New York City and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Set designer for Ford's Theatre’s A Christmas Carol in Washington, D.C. and Lend Me a Tenor at the J.W. Engeman Theatre, directed by B.T. McNicholl. He recently served as Associate Designer on Ich war noch niemals in New York, das Musical, in Hamburg, Germany. He also designed the world premiere of Meet John Doe at Goodspeed Opera. He has assisted on Broadway productions of "Grease!", "Lestat", "Little Women", "High Fidelity", "The Coast of Utopia", "Cry Baby", "Mauritius", and "South Pacific."