Virtual Event: Life After Theatre Fairfield, Feb. 2

Virtual Event: Life After Theatre Fairfield, Feb. 2

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Join Dr. Martha S. LoMonaco and company for this bi-annual discussion highlighting some of Theatre Fairfield's most distinguished graduates.

Martha S. LoMonaco, PhD, professor of theatre and American Studies; director of the theatre program in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts, and co-producer and resident director of Theatre Fairfield, is thrilled to present this celebration of theatre graduates through the "Life After Theatre Fairfield" series.

Participants will meet five distinguished graduates: two professional actors, one Broadway theatre manager/administrator, a drama therapist, and a longtime high school theatre teacher/director at New Haven's famed Co-Op High School.

Please join the Theatre Fairfield community for this Zoom call to meet (or reconnect with!) these five great alumni. There will be a question-and-answer session, a chance to network, and opportunities to discover how these alumni have made lives and careers for themselves. They'll tell all — their successes as well as failures, good moves and not-so-good moves, and will share lots of good advice.

Read the alumni bios and find more information on the Theatre Fairfield website.

Virtual Event: Life After Theatre Fairfield

Date: February 2, 2021
Time: 7:30 p.m
Location: Online, Zoom

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Tags:  Alumni Stories,  Parent Stories,  Student Stories

Last modified: 01-29-21 8:30 AM

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