MFA in Acting | Alumni
Upon leaving the university, our MFA in Acting graduates enter a large artistic community of like-minded creative artists made up of former students and guest artists. Here are just a few...
Yvonne Senat (2013) is a Los-Angeles based actor recently seen in national television commercials for Scion, True Value and Anna's Linens.
Brian Clowdus (2011) is the founder and Artistic Director of Serenbe Playhouse, a professional theatre in Atlanta committed to site-specific performances and programs that connect art, nature and community. For more information regarding Serenbe Playhouse please visit: http://www.serenbeplayhouse.com/.
Daniel R. Hill (2011) is an assistant professor at the University of Louisville and is the founder and master teacher of the Louisville Acting Workshop.
Eric Bultman (2010) is the Executive Director of the Sumter Little Theater, a non-profit theater committed to theater education and community outreach.
Zach Hanks (2004) is a professional voice actor, with numerous credits in the video game industry, including The Amazing Spiderman, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Street Fighter X Tekken, Call of Duty: Black Ops and many more. Zack serves on SAG/AFTRA's National Voice-Over Committee.
Scott Bellott (2003) is an associate professor at Red Rocks Community College, and works in the professional theatre scene in Denver.
Marcella Kearns (2003) is a Milwaukee-based actor, acting coach and teacher, and has performed with Milwaukee Repertory Theater and First Stage Children’s Theater.
Monica Wyche (1999) is a NYC-based actor with recent credits in Taken In and Army Wives.
Dewey Scott-Wiley (1994) is an Associate Professor in theatre at USC-Aiken and is the Artistic Director of Trustus Theatre in Columbia, SC.
Karen Eterovich (1989) is founder and Artistic Director of Love Arm'd Productions, through which she performs her one-woman shows, Cheer from Chawton and Love Arm'd: Aphra Ben and Her Pen all over the country. In 2013, she performed Cheer from Chawton, in which she portrays Jane Austen, at the National Arts Club in NYC.