A small sampling of our alumni illustrates the variety of careers they pursue:

Ted Shaker ’72, past executive producer, CBS Sports; past president, Sports Illustrated Television

Greg Peoples ’73, dean of students, Eastern Michigan University

Marybeth Abel Kirsopp ’80, production supervisor, the Imperial Theatre, New York City

Jon Darling ’80, assistant professor and sound designer, Northwestern University

Michele Pawk ’84, film and Tony Award–winning stage actress (Dear John, Broadway’s Crazy For You, Cabaret)

Tony Chiroldes ’84, film/stage actor and noted journalist (co-star in Show of Force with Lou Diamond Phillips, Puerto Rican productions of Hamlet, The Normal Heart)

Suzanne Carmack Celentano ’88, author, Theatre Management: A Successful Guide to Producing Plays on Commercial and Non-Profit Stages (published in 1998 by Players Press, Los Angeles)

George Hamrah ’89, stage manager, Actors’ Equity Association; freelancer

Jeffrey Verszyla ’91, chief meteorologist, KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh

Juliet Hart ’91, actor; marketing coordinator, DePaul University

Ken Hamm ’92, filmmaker, Manner Maker, Inc., New York City

Eleftherios Fylaktos ’95, TV director, the First National Television Station

Phillip Rhodes ’96, nutritional editor, Men’s Health, Rodale Publishing

Kelly Mednis ’96, freelance TV producer

Scott Wludyga ’97, sports anchor, WJET-TV, Erie

Kristen Lauth ’03, production coordinator, VITAC

Jacqueline Petty ’03, public relations coordinator, Zoo Atlanta

Ryan Reczek ’03, event marketing representative, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tennessee