Asaki Kuruma

Originally from Japan, Asaki is a multi-disciplinary artist who has been working professionally with many theater companies and artists in the Philadelphia area over a decade as a performer, deviser, stage manager, administrator, cultural consultant, and educator. Her recent focus has been costume design. Costume design credit: Backing Track (World Premiere- Arden Theatre Co.), Marisol (Arcadia University), Pericles (Shakespeare in…

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Casey Berner

Casey Berner (’18) (she, her, hers) is a PhD student at the Graduate Center, CUNY in New York City, teaches Theatre at Brooklyn College, and is also the Director of Development at Maestra Music. Her research focuses on musical theatre, audience and spectatorship, and memory, and her artistic practice includes stage management, dramaturgy, and arts…

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Polly Rose Edelstein

Polly Rose Edelstein (’14) (she, her, hers) has been living and working in the Philadelphia region since 2010. She is the Founding Artistic Director of the Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival and works as a freelance theater director, teaching artist, and nonprofit administrator. Polly received her BFA in Theatre Arts from Stephens College in Columbia, MO.…

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Laura Barron

Laura Barron (she/her/hers) (‘17) is currently the Programs Director at Wolf Performing Arts Center in Bryn Mawr. She started working there as a teaching artist in the Summer of 2016 and is now a part of the full time staff; managing classes, private lessons, and the visiting artist program. She continues to teach voice lessons,…

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Brishen Miller

Brishen Miller (’18) originally hails from Kalamazoo, MI where he was a Managing Partner of Fancy Pants Theater from 2010-2014. He received a BA in Theatre from Wayne State University in Detroit in 2007, where he was seen onstage as Bynum in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone and served as Score Composer/Arranger of Othello and…

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Marcie Bramucci

Marcie Bramucci (’07) (she, her, hers) is an artist, arts producer, champion for inclusion, and mother of three.  She is Executive Artistic Director of Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley, PA, a 99-year-old resident professional theatre with a robust slate of year-round offerings. Previously Marcie served as Director of Community Investment for People’s Light in Malvern, PA, where she supported…

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Ty Furman

Dr. Ty Furman MA (’96) is a nationally recognized, progressive leader in arts in higher education. Furman currently serves as the Managing Director of the BU Arts Initiative, a position he has held since it was created in 2012. A collaborative and innovative leader, Furman has developed a series of programs and services at Boston University…

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K. O’Rourke

K. O’Rourke (’09) (she/her) Proud member AEA/SAG-AFTRA. Fulbright Student Scholar Semifinalist for the 2021-2022 season. Recent theater season: “Cabaret”(Bristol Riverside Theater), “Dot” (People’s Light). Barrymore nominations for Best Featured Performance, “Detroit” (Philadelphia Theater Company) & “Taming of the Shrew”(Lantern Theater). Barrymore nominations for Outstanding Choreography, “Emma” (Lantern Theater) “It Girl” (Simpatico Theater Company), “Anna” (EgoPo).…

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Amy Abrigo

Amy (she, her, hers) (’20) is an actor, director, writer and much more currently located in San Antonio, Texas. A proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, Amy holds an MA in Theatre and Certification in Nonprofit Management from Villanova University and a BA in Theatre from Concordia University – Saint Paul. Currently, Amy is a…

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Meghan Winch

Meghan Winch (she, her, hers) (’15) is a Philadelphia-area dramaturg, actor, and playwright. She is the artistic associate and dramaturg at Tiny Dynamite, where she also cowrote The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Abridged and Georgiana Recovered in Time. She is the resident dramaturg at Lantern Theater Company, and has also dramaturged shows at Shakespeare in Clark Park, Tiny…

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