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October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Shane Jacobson is a series regular in the new Amazon Prime pilot HYSTERIA with Mena Suvari and TR Knight.  and is a recurring character on the upcoming ABC drama AMERICAN CRIME, created by John Ridley.

October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Laurence Cantor is playing Sorin in the Columbia University/Sugarglass Theatre production of Chekhov’s The Seagull at Shapiro Hall.

October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Helen Abell has been invited back to set to recur her role on Orange is the New Black for Season 3.

October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Julian Gavilanes is appearing in the 6th episode of SyFy’s Z Nation, as well as the new film Star Leaf.

October 2014: T. Schreiber instructor Page Clements is appearing in The Muse’s Song: A Tale of Troy at The Gallery at The Access Theatre.

October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Edward Norton is staring in Birdman, coming to theatre’s this month.

October 2014:  T. Schreiber alum Pat Patterson is shooting on a new Darren Star show called Younger.

October 2014: T. Schreiber alum Cathy Haase is appearing in Madame Secretary.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Greg Tannen booked the voice of Staples for all of their back-to-school spots.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Louisa Krause stars in The Heart Machine.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Annabella Sciorra stars in Wishin’ and Hopin’.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Maria Bello plays the lead in Lifetime’s Big Driver.

September 2014:  T. Schreiber alum Edward Norton is narrating the series Saving Africa’s Giants with Yao Ming on Animal Planet.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Julian Gavilanes is appearing in a new SyFy series called Z Nation and will also be appearing as the lead in the new feature film Star Leaf.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Eliud Kauffman has been cast in a co-star role on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” season premiere, he is currently shooting “The Intern”, directed by Nancy Meyers, starring Anne Hathaway and Robert DeNiro and also has a co-star role on upcoming Starz series, “Flesh and Bone”, from “Breaking Bad” writer Moira Walley-Beckett.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Vikki Eugenis has been cast in the new series Madam Secretary.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Alexandra Turshen plays series regular “Misty” in Steven Soderbergh’s latest TV pilot RED OAKS, directed by David Gordon Green.

September 2014: T. Schreiber alum Fenton Li has been cast in the new film The Networker.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Helen Abell is appearing in select theater’s and On Demand as Molly in Matthew Weiner’s new film Are You Here.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Jim Shankman’s new play Kiss Your Brutal Hands will be appearing at the 2014 International Fringe Festival.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Julia Taylor Ross is currently filming the next season of Saving Hope.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Hugh Davies will be playing Nick in Sight Unseen by Donald Margulies at The Waterbury Festival Playhouse.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Pat Patterson has been cast in The Blacklist with Mary Louise Parker.

August 2014: T. Schreiber alum Eric Cotti will be appearing as Edgar Allan Poe in The Raven Doesn’t Talk at The Theatre at St. Clement’s.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Julia Garner is cast in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Julie Halston is returning to Broadway in You Can’t Take It With You.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Peter Sarsgaard has been cast as the lead in NBC’s The Slap.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Johnny Orsini will be appearing in a filmed version of The Nance presented on October 10th as part of the 2014 PBS Arts Festival.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Maria Bello will star in Stephen King’s Big Driver on Lifetime.

July 2014: The Birdman will open the 71st Venice Film Festival, starring T. Schreiber alum Edward Norton.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Matt Del Negro appeared on Mistresses on ABC.

July 2014: Yasmine Beverly Rana, Author of last seasons Blood Sky and The Fallen, presents two of her new plays that were published in the Summer 2014 issue of The Kenyon Review Online. 

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Christina Myers is starring in the short film Sweet 13, appearing at the LA Shorts Festival.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Brian Avers has been cast in Poor Behavior by Theresa Rebeck, playing at Primary Stages in July and August.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Helen Abell has been cast as the lead in a new short film, You, Me and S&G.

July 2014: T. Schreiber actor Gus Solomons has been cast in the one act Lottie and Leo playing at the Midtown Theater Festival.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Eric Cotti has been cast as Stanley Stubbers in One Man, Two Guvnors this July 24-August 2 at the Heritage Theatre Festival in Charlottesville, Virginia.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Ian Campbell Dunn makes his HBO debut in The Leftovers.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Orion Griffiths is appearing in Pippin on Broadway.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alums Johnny Orsini and Lowell Byers were cast in Othello in San Diego.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alums Loren Bidner and Mike Daze have been cast in Chekhov Shorts at Long Beach Playhouse Studio Theatre.

July 2014: T. Schreiber alum Rebecca Cherry stars in “The Game of Love” Daft Punk Cover Video.

June 2014: T. Schreiber alum Helen Abell booked a co-starring role on Orange is the New Black. She will also be appearing in Are You Here, coming to theater’s on August 22nd.

June 2014: T. Schreiber actor Eric Cotti is playing Captain Peleg and Tashtego in Strange Harbor‘s production of Or, the Whale. A site-specific adaptation of Moby Dick in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

May 2014:  T. Schreiber actor Chloe Futhey has been cast in Carlos: The Search for a Dream.

April 2014: T. Schreiber actor Kyle Sachs has been cast in Discovery ID.

April 2014: T. Schreiber actor Christina Toth has been cast in Boardwalk Empire.

April 2014: T. Schreiber actor Stephanie Iscovitz wrote and starred in Ladies Night, along with T. Schreiber actors: Caila Lavine, Sarah duRivage-Jacobs, Keith Panzarella, Lily DePaula, and featuring Anna Bakunova, Kathryn Rhoads, Joanna Gurin, Amy Rutledge, and Kerri Kenny Clegg. It was produced by T. Schreiber alum Jennifer Sciarra with original music by T. Schreiber alum Andi Kristins. Stephanie Iscovitz also wrapped filming on the set of the Angler Film short, Cesarean. Stephanie’s original play Out To Dry was accepted into Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Spring One Act Competition, featuring TS actors Keith Panzarella and co-directed by Caila Lavine.

March 2014: T. Schreiber actor Zach Brandler is appearing in a production at Pasadena Playhouse of Noel Coward’s A Song At Twilight. He also has a recurring role on ABC Family’s Switched At Birth, and is guest starring  on FX’s sitcom Braddock & Jackson.

March 2014: T. Schreiber actor Allison Strong is appearing in the Off-Broadway play Under My Skin at the Little Shubert Theatre.

February 2014: T. Schreiber actors Jessica Cadden Osborne & Sosie Bacon just finished filming Off Season.

February 2014: T. Schreiber actor Warren Bub just finished filming an episode of Orange is the New Black.

February 2014: T. Schreiber actor Luke Guldan’s recent work includes: Law & Order: SVU (guest star), Blue Bloods (guest star), Broad City (guest star), Hey Girl (co-star).

January 2014: T. Schrieber actor Kelly Zekas is playing the role of Livia in the play Cupid and Psyche at the Barrow Group Theatre.

January 2014: T. Schrieber actor Melissa Navia won Best Actress in a Feature at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival for her performance in The Paragon Cortex.

January 2014: T. Schrieber actors Maggie Alexander and Ciaran Sheehan star in Lung Tree Production’s show Fifty Words at the Gene Frankel Theatre. T. Schreiber actors Gwen Eagleton, Emily Cannon-Brown round out the cast.

January 2014: T. Schrieber actor Erica Lauren McLaughlin was cast in Manhattan Theatre Works’ production of David Stallings’ Black Water.

January 2014: T. Schrieber actor Charles B. Davies was cast as ‘Telegin’ in Uncle Vanya with the 24/6 Theatre Company in NYC.

December 2013: T. Schreiber actor Ben Jones plays a detective in the True Crimes with Aphrodite Jones episode “Ballad of Billi Jo” on Investigation Discovery.

December 2013: T. Schreiber actor Kevin Kraft was featured in an episode of ABC’s What Would You Do?

December 2013: T. Schreiber actors Debbie Jaffe and Garrett M. Brown were featured in the Showtime Original Series Masters of Sex.

December 2013: T. Schreiber actor Rachel Lowery is starring in Gale Theatre Company’s Florence, in Austin, Texas.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actors, and sisters, Sinem and Meltem Gulturk, starred in a Discover card commercial.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Gus Solomons Jr. was cast as the Grandfather in Peter and the Wolf with Works & Process at the Guggenheim. The production is being directed by Issac Mizrahi

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Nathaly Lopez was cast in New York Theatre Workshop’s premiere of What’s It All About? Bacharach Reimagined.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Adepero Oduye was cast as Eliza in the critically-acclaimed film 12 Years A Slave.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Luke Guldan was cast as Ralphie Vitale in the show Blue Bloods on CBS.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Stephanie Iscovitz’s original play Attempted Harmonies has been accepted into Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Winter One-Act Play Competition. The play will feature T. Schreiber actors Caila Lavine, Sarah duRivage-Jacobs, and Lily DePaula.

November 2013: T. Schreiber actor Alexa Erbach has been in cast in the production Lemon Meringue with the Barrow Group, which focuses on overcoming childhood abuse.

November 2013: 8 T. Schreiber alumni are in the multi-award winning thriller Junction, which will be in theatres across the country. Sharon Maguire, Summer Crockett Moore, Pat Patterson, Joanna Bayless, Peter Aguero, Derek Roche, Cynthia Shaw, and Jim Heaphy

November 2013: T. Schreiber alumnus Rich Graff has been cast as the Boyfriend in My Dead Boyfriend starring Heather Graham.

October 2013: T. Schreiber alumnus Jonny Orsini has been cast as Malcolm in Macbeth, starring Ethan Hawke, at the Lincoln Center Theatre.

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Brandon Boruch is playing the role of Lance in The Two Gentlemen of Verona at the Joria Productions Theatre.

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Colin DePaula is featured in the dark comedy The Rest of Your Life at the Axial Theatre.

October 2013: T. Schrieber actor Julia Udine is starring as Christine Daae in the new national tour of Phantom of the Opera.

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Debbie Jaffe has been cast as Nurse Grand on the Showtime original series Masters of Sex.

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Joe Bettles has been cast as Rolf in the Sound of Music at the Mill Mountain Theatre

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Nancy Nagrant is playing the role of School Nurse Reed in the CBS show Hostages.

October 2013: T. Schreiber actor Greg Vorob has produced and acted in the short film Greg’s Guardian Angel which was selected as part of the Big Apple Film Festival.

October 2013: T. Schrieber actor Zach Gafin was featured in a national Pepsi commercial.

September 2013: T. Schreiber actor Jake Choi was featured in the Best Buy Superbowl commercial with Amy Poehler.

September 2013: T. Schreiber actor Julia Garner is starring as Rose Parker in the thriller We Are What We Are that has just premiered in theatres all across the country.

September 2013: T. Schreiber actor Stephanie Iscovitz is performing on the true crime series Frenemies on Discovery ID. Stephanie is playing Kassandra; a lonely, unstable girl who’s obsessed with starting a family.

September 2013: T. Schreiber actor Adyana De La Torre is playing the role of Jiggy in Gymnos: A Geek’s Tragedy at Here Arts in New York City.

September 2013: T. Schreiber actor Wynn Everett was cast in several episodes of HBO’s hit-show The Newsroom starring Jeff Daniels, as Tamara Hart.

August 2013: T. Schreiber actorStephanie Gunderman was cast as Miss Forsythe in Death of A Salesman with the Arkanasas Repertory Theatre.

August 2013: T. Schreiber actor Kaitlyn Niewoehner is performing in the national tour of Memphis The Musical.

August 2013: T. Schreiber actor Naama Potok  is performing in the remarkable Off-Broadway production of My Name is Asher Lev at the Westside Theatre in New York City.

August 2013: T. Schreiber actor Stuart Green was cast in Our Kiki: A Gay Farce, as part of the 2013 International Fringe Festival in New York City.

July 2013: T. Schreiber actor Eliud Kaufman was cast in the film Hands of Stone, starring Robert De Niro. Eliud played the part of Margarito Duran. The film is set to be released in 2014.

June 2013: T. Schreiber actor Helen Abell just finished shooting the lead role in the short-film Tideline which shines light on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the struggles that women in the military face.

June 2013: T. Schreiber actor Heidi Philipsen played the role of ‘Florence’  in the feature Hobo Heyseus directed by Jon Russel Cring. She also played the role of ‘Dr. McNamara’ in a series of medical commercial projects for Aurora Studios and the role of ‘Viola Sciotti’ in the SAG-indie feature Marcy, which she also produced alongside director Daniel Freudenberger. Heidi was also interviewed on her local PBS stations for her acting/directing work in Her Telling Heart which will air in episode 1 of their ‘TvFilm’ series on Sunday, June 16th at 10:30pm (WMHT).

June 2013: T. Schreiber actor Eric Cotti is playing the role of ‘Yasha’ in Anton Chekov’s A Cherry Orchard with the Treasure House Theater.

February 2013: T. Schreiber Alumnus Jonny Orsini will be making his Broadway debut in The Nance, opposite Nathan Lane, at the Lincoln Center Theatre.

February 2013: Page Clements, T. Schreiber’s Vocal Production and Shakespeare instructor, has been cast as Clytemnestra in Sophocles’ Electra with the Phoenix Theatre Ensemble.  The show runs March 8th -24th, 2013.

January 2013: David Umansky (a graduate of the 2011-2012 acting conservatory program) has joined The Alabama Shakespeare Festival as an acting apprentice. He will be performing as well as touring Twelfth Night and performing Macbeth. Earlier this season, David had the opportunity to perform The Adventures of Tom Sawyer as well as A Christmas Carol at the Shakespeare Festival. He will also be in there upcoming production of To Kill a Mockingbird.

December 2012: Jingchu Zhang’s most recent film Switch, just premiered in China in November. Jingchu also recently finished shooting an Italian film entitled Something Good, which is coming out this year.

December 2012:  Tony award winner Anthony Civello is joining the cast of Golden Boy by Clifford Odet  He will be playing the role of Eddie Fuseli in this Lincoln Center revival.

October 2012: T. Schreiber student Emily Shephardshot a commercial directed and lensed by Steven Sebring for Wolf Magazine on the new Epic-M Monochrome Camera.  Click here to view!

October 2012: Jonny Orsini will be in a live radio play with Emmy nominee Mark Margolis.  The play is entitled Caper by Larry Fessenden.  Tuesday (Oct 23rd) 9 pm at Dixon Place 161 Chrystie Street (btwn Rivington and Delancy). For more info see http://talesfrombeyondthepale.com/

October 2012: Cynthia Shaw has just finished the multi-media film project Whispers in the Dark, presented at The Film Society of Lincoln Center. She’s going onto film John Orrichio’s horror film, Evil Lair as well as a comedic web series called King of Fitness, produced by Bouncing Ball Films. On stage, she will be a part of Ibsen’s Women, reading excerpts from Isben plays in a fundraiser for All Star and the NYC food bank. Finally she will be playing the role of Jack London’s mother in the play Jack London: His life and Loves.

 October 2012: Julia Garner is currently filming You Can’t Win directed by Robinson Devor.  She plays the role of Chicken in this drama based on a novel by Jack Black.

September 2012. Stephen Alan Wilson is the NYIT Award Winner for Outstanding Actor in a Featured Role for his portrayal of Satan in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot .

September 2012. Orlando Rivera (graduate of the 2011-2012 One Year Conservatory) will be performing with the Horizon Theatre Rep in Jean Genet’s The Balcony this October 11th thru November 4th at The ArcLight Theatre. Look for him this Fall making his TV debut in Celebrity Ghost Stories. Recently joined the resident acting company of the Flea Theatre, The Bats: check him out in there weekly episodic show theserials@theflea

August 2012. T. Schreiber Studio’s own Edward Norton is in the summer film The Bourne Legacy, directed by Tony Gilroy

August 2012. Aubrey Ball, Sebastian Montoya, Jessica Osborne, Noelle P. Wilson and Stephen Alan Wilson star in the new web series, Wright’s Wrongs, created by Noelle P. Wilson and directed by Robert Verlaque.

August 2012. Gen Parton Shin will appear in the upcoming FringeNYC production of Shooting Stars in Jordan. 

July 2012. Josh Marcantel can currently be seen in the Off-Broadway production of Vassily Sigarev’s Black Milk at the East 13th Street Theater (Classic Stage Company) through August 4th, 2012.

June 2012.  Noah Fleiss plays Mack in the 2012 horror film Dead Souls directed by Colin Theys.

June 2012. T. Schreiber Studio’s own Megan Abell, Bronwen Carson, Andy Cohen, Shane Lacoss, and Casey Shane are working together on the production of August Strindberg’s Playing With Fire at The Private Theatre.

June 2012. The Bunglers, a new short film starring Tyler McClain, will be screening on Saturday, June 30th as part of The Manhattan Film Festival.

June 2012. Erick Pinnick is set to star as Henry in the upcoming production of David Mamet’s Race at Theatre Raleigh, part of the Hot Summer Nights series.

June 2012. Helen Abell recenetly wrapped work on You Are Herethe latest project from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner starring  Zach Galifianakis, Amy Poehler, and Owen Wilson.

May 2012. Privacy, a new film starring Gina Busch, will be traveling to Le Marché du Film at Le Festival de Cannes

April 2012. Don’t miss Jonny Orsini in The New Group’s production of An Early History of Fire, a new play by the legendary playwright in Vermont.

July 2011. The Strawberry One-Act Festival presents Unexpected Company. Starring Belle Caplis, Stephanie Seward, and Sebastian Montoya. Directed by Meghan Jones, Assistant Directed by Geeta Pereira, and Written by Wendy Mae Shelton. July 31st, 2011 at 9pm at the Hudson Guild Theatre. Buy your tickets here.

July 2011. The Transport Group presents: David Greenspan in a double-header of his one-man shows The Patsy and Jonas* (*written by Greenspan). Buy tickets for one or both here. Previews began July 15th, show opens July 24th atThe Duke on 42nd Street.

July 2011. This Fall, catch Maria Bello as Detective Jane Timoney, the lead role in the new NBC series Prime Suspect. Bello’s acclaimed film Beautiful Boy is now available on DVD, and she recently wrapped work on John Singleton’s Abduction (alongside TSS Honorary Board Member Alfred Molina). For more on the busy actress and her work, check out this NYTimes Profile.

July 2011. Mara Davinowappearing in Death Takes a Holiday. Based on the dramatic play by Alberto Casella, this world premiere musical is brought to theRoundabout by a team of Tony-Award winning artists. Currently in previews, the musical will officially open on July 21st. Get your tickets here.

July 2011. Bonnie Dennison stars in the Lifetime Original Movie: Born Bad.

June 2011. Summer Crockett Moore and Pat Patterson star in the Silver Ace Award winner A Younger Man, directed by John Howard Swain.

June 2011. Lowell Byers (of You Never Can Tell, The Changing Room, and Balm in Gilead) is also a playwright! He will be performing in a reading of his new play – Kriegsgefangenen (Prisoner of War) – at Shelter Studios on Tuesday, June 28th at 7:00pm.  Cast includes: Ian Campbell Dunn, Esteban Benito, Seth James, Edwin Sean Patterson, and Tommy Buck. On July 19th, Byers can also be seen as Dr. Jake in the Playwrights Horizons production of the Relational Medicine Project through Columbia University (dir. John Henry Davis).

June 2011. Kevin David Thomas is Romeo in Northern Stage’s production of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ playing from September 28th-October 23rd.

June 2011. Julie Halston appears in the all-star, all-female rotating cast of ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore.’Peformancessupport the non-profit Dress for Success.

June 2011. Peter Sarsgaard stars as Dr. Hector Hammond in the Summer Blockbuster, The Green Lantern, playing in movie theatres everywhere.

June 2011. Diamando Stratakos stars in the Spoon River Project at the Greenwood Cemetery. A Backstage Critic’s Pick, the show is also featured in the New York Times slideshow: Among the Dead. Hear her interview on 1010 Wins.

June 2011. William Charles Mitchell is Yates in this Summer’s family fun flick, Mr. Popper’s Penguin.

June 2011. Congratulations to Rebecca Spiro! Dame Factory, Inc won Best Experimental Film at the Brooklyn Film Festival.

June 2011. Colin Egglesfield stars alongside Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, and John Krasinski, in the Summer romantic comedy Something Borrowed.

June 2011. The comedic short film Marty and Doug’s New Religion co-starring, produced, and co-written by Greg Vorob, and featuring Ian Campbell Dunn, shows this month at the Harlem Film Festival.

June 2011. Up and coming actress Zoë Kravitz stars as Angel Salvadore in the Summer blockbuster X-Men: First Class. She can also be seen on the hit Showtime series Californication.

May 2011. Dame Factory, starring Rebecca Spiro, has been selected as part of the Brooklyn Film Festival. Check out the trailer here, and catch the entire film at the festival, running from June 3-12.

May 2011. This Saturday only (May 14th), see Bianca Christina Gallifuoco and Sean Gallagher in Random Access Theatre’s Something’s Not Quite Right Here: An Evening of New Work, directed by Amanda Donelan. Performances at 6pm and 9pm at Theatre 54.

May 2011. Laura Sisskin-Fernandez directs Jill Waters and Mary Monahan in Two Days Til Dawn from June 8-25 at The Gene Frankel Theatre. Monahan can also be seen in T. Schreiber’s upcoming  New Works Project winner, Big Country.

May 2011. Ivan Goris to star in Carry On. The show, presented by Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, is showing from June 1-June 26, 2011 at The Gene Frankel Theatre.

May 2011. Bud Stafford appears in a spot for an upcoming special exhibit at the STL Zoo.

May 2011. Lauren LoGuidice is featured in the Queen Gazette discussing her film When Harry Tries to Marry, a recently released romantic comedy.She is also in the process of staging her solo show about the life of Greta Garbo.

May 2011. Be A Good Little Widow, a new play at ARSNova starring Jonny Orsini, has been chosen as a NYTimes Critics’ Pick. The show is set to run through May 14th.

May 2011. See Nick Fesette in the revival of Christopher Fry’s scorching Broadway hit, The Lady’s Not for Burning. The production, presented by Parenthesis, is set to run from May 21-June 11 at Walkerspace

May 2011. Umi Shakti and Jevon McFerrinsoon to appear in Tearing Down the Walls, a new musical directed and written by Obie award winner Daniel Beaty. Opens May 12th (previews this week) at The Riverside Theatre.

May 2011. Congratulations to Julie Halston for her Drama Desk nomination! Halston is nominated for her performance in Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister (Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play).

April 2011. Check out the new viral video at YouFluff.com to spot Mike Dazé, Marilyn Mineo, Bud Stafford, Esteban Benito, Lowell Byers, Luke Guldan and Yukiko Miyawaki.

April 2011. Chloe Sabin will star as Eliza Doolittle in the Cardinal Stage Company’s upcoming production of My Fair Lady.

April 2011. Jamie Neumann, Josh Sienkiewicz, and Laurence K. Cantor star in IDA’s upcoming Jack: The Original Human. Neumann also served as co-writer on the film.

April 2011. See Wynn Everett in her recurring role as Rachel on NBC’s The Event(full episodes online). She recently guest-starred on CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles.

April 2011. Starting April 21st, Arley Tapiriancan be seen in Fairy Tale: The Musical at the Laba Theatre at the 14th Street Y. The show is presented by (Re:) Directions Theatre Company and runs through May 1st. Click here to purchase tickets.

April 2011. Bill Mitchell can be seen as Pastor Blake on TNT’s Southland. This year he also appears on NBC’s Love Bites and Harry’s Law.

April 2011. David Greenspan’s new play Go Back to Where You Are is The New York Times Critic’s Pick! Buy tickets to the new hit through Playwright’s Horizons. Extended through May 1st at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater

March 2011. Alexei Bobrowsky and James Liebman to star in the upcoming political satire The Politics of Conflict, directed by Minos Papas. Bobrowsky will also star opposite Anthony Chisholm in The Exterminator, an independant film about an Iraqi war veteran in the debilitating throes of PTSD. Both films will be in festival circulation later this year.

March 2011.Luke Guldan of The Changing Room stars in the upcoming film The Watermen alongside Jason Mewes.

March 2011. Allison Strong will join the company of Mamma Mia! this Spring.

March 2011. Jonny Orsini won Outstanding Performance at the Florida Film Festival for the short film Cigarette Candy, which won Best Short Film at South by Southwest 2011.  He can be seen on-stage in Bekah Brunstetter’s upcoming new play, Be A Good Little Widow, at Ars Nova (previews start April 20th). Jonny also stars opposite Keanu Reeves in the upcoming Generation Um…

March 2011. The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players are now presenting Trial By Jury, featuring TSS alum Kimilee Bryant

March 2011. The critically acclaimed play with music by TSS Alum Angelo Parra, The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith, is the season finale at Florida Rep in Ft. Myers, May 3 – 22.  Based on the turbulent life of the legendary Blues singer, the show was named one of the “Top Ten Off-Broadway Experiences” in 2001 by the NY Daily News.

March 2011. Tune in to watch TSS alum Kasia Pilewicz demonstrate her broad range of modeling and acting talents on America’s Next Top Model 16, Wednesday, March 16th at 8/7c.

March 2011. Timothy Weinert is currently playing roughneck outlaw Stephen in The Great Divide, written by William Vaugn Moody, at the The Metropolitan Playhouse. Daniel M. Gold writes in his New York Times Review, “Ms. Sowa and Mr. Weinert finally come to resemble any couple who share a life under duress, all the time wondering exactly what of it is worth saving.”

March 2011. Maria Bello stars with Ben Affleck, Chris Cooper and Tommy Lee Jones in The Company Men (in cinemas now).

March 2011. Starting March 15th, Annabella Sciorra can be seen alongside Chris Rock and Bobby Cannavale in LAByrinth’s The Mother****** with the Hat. Directed by Tony Award Winner Anna D. Shapiro, written by Stephen Adly Guirgis.

March 2011. Summer Crockett Moore to star in Tony Glazer’s play Reading Under the Influence through Choice Theatricals.

March 2011. Cynthia Shaw has just wrapped on a number of independent films including Hate Street, The Saturday Post, and Know When to Fold ‘Em. She will also be starring in the REPalliance production of The Giver from the end of March through the beginning of April.

March 2011 Jay Patterson can be seen as Dr. Meadows in Edward Burns’ film Nice Guy Johnny, which premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival before arriving on DVD and digital download.

February 2011. One-Year Conservatory student Gen Shin will be playing Young Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi in a new original musical, Mitsuko by Frank Wildhorn, Directed by Shuichiro Koike. The show will be premiering at Osaka’s Umeda Arts Theatre in April, followed by a tour in Nagoya and Tokyo. Gen can also be seen this Fall as Rocky in Hidenori Inoue’s production of the Rocky Horror Show.

February 2011. The Changing Room’s Luke Guldan is participating in a national television spot for NickToons.

February 2011. Noah Fleiss recently completed work on the drama 11:11.

February 2011. Current TSS student Rebecca Cherry is also an accomplished violinist! Check out her MySpace to hear the music for yourself and to find out more information on upcoming albums (self-produced and with Mulatta Records).

February 2011. Bonnie Dennison guest stars as Reagan in the new series Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Check out full episodes here.

February 2011. Townsend Ambrecht currently starring in the Town Players of New Canaan’s Love, Sex and the IRS. Check out Townsend and the casts’ reflections on the show.

February 2011. Now Showing! TSS Honorary Board Members Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard now starring in the Classic Stage Company’sproduction of Three Sisters. Check out Ben Brantley’s rave review in the New York Times.

January 2011. Barbara Bonilla is appearing throughout the year in You’ve Got Hate Mail, an original comedy written by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore at the Traid Theatre.

November 2010. Lauren LoGiudice featured in a New York Times article about accent reduction.

November 2010. Writer/Director Tony Glazer makes his feature film debut with Junction. The genre thriller stars Anthony Rapp, and is produced in part by Summer Crockett Moore of Choice Films.

November 2010. Joseph W. Rodriquez and his theatre company, Playhouse Creatures, are staging Stephen Jeffrey’s comic/drama The Libertine at The Kirk Theatre on Theatre Row, opening Monday, November 8th.

October 2010. James Lukens guest-stars as Lane Thorngood on the new Fox show Running Wilde with Kerri Russell and Will Arnett.

October 2010. Patricia Penn is now appearing in Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven at The Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C.

October 2010. Cynthia Shaw will be playing a high school principal in Prom Night of the Living Dead at the Players Theatre. She will also take on the role of a cougar mom at the Shelter Acting Company. Keep a look out for her roles in the upcoming films Mac and Cheese, The Storyteller, Infinity: The Pilot, and Off-Season. You may also recognize her from her commercials for Icelandair and Atria.

September 2010. Edward Norton can now be seen alongside Robert DeNiro in the film Stone. Watch his discussion of the film on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show. Norton is also working on the screen adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s Motherless Brooklyn, set for release in 2013. Norton will helm the project as writer, director and star.

September 2010. Debra Jo Rupp can now be seen on ABC’s family sitcom, Better With You. Tune in Wednesdays at 8:30, or watch full episodes online.

September 2010. Charles West will take over the role of El Gallo in the Fantastiks at the Jerry Orbach Theater Saturday October 2 and Saturday October 8th, and the weekend of October 15-17th.

September 2010. T.Schreiber alum Peter Sarsgaard and Honorary Board Member Maggie Gyllenhaal will appear in Chekov’s Three Sisters in January. The couple’s follow-up to last year’s Uncle Vanya will be produced at CSC under the direction of Austin Pendleton.

September 2010. Playwright and Actor David Greenspan currently appearing as Queen Elizabeth I in Sarah Ruhl‘s Orlando. Classic Stage Company, Director Rebecca Taichman.

September 2010. Julie Halston appearing as Sister Acacius in Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister at the Soho Playhouse .

September 2010. William C. Mitchell to appear in NBC’s Harry’s Law with Kathy Bates.  Mitchell will also appear in the latest Charles S. Dutton project.

September 2010. Carrie McLemore will star in Whit Stillman’s latest filmDamsels in Distress, now in production.

August 2010. Alexandra Hellquist will be appearing as Mami in Butterfly, Butterfly, Kill Kill Kill! Presented by Depth Charge, the production is inspired by Seijun Suzuki’s Branded to Kill, and is being featured as part of The 2010 New York International Fringe Festival.

August 2010Zach Bandler is now appearing in the new musical, With Glee, by John Gregor at the Kirk Theater on 42nd Street.

August 2010Kevin Hagan just finished his run of Long Days Journey Into Night, in which he played James Tyrone, at the Arena Repertory in Farmingdale, LI.  His upcoming projects include the role of Joe Keller in All My Sons at Bayway Arts in E. ISLIP, LI.

August 2010. Chris Riggi will be starring as Jacob White in Vampires Suck, a Twilight spoof opening worldwide on August 18th.

July 2010. Mel England is currently filming the leading role in the upcoming  feature film The Grawsills.

July 2010. The Amoralists’ founders, James Kautz and Matthew Pilieci, played an extended Off-Broadway run last season of The Pied Pipers of the Lower East Side. They return for an encore engagement at Performance Space 122 July 29th through August 9th. Their other work, Happy In the Poorhouse, will begin August 12th and run through August 23rd.

July 2010.    Annabel LaLonde is appearing in Notice Me at Wild Project in the East Village.  She has also appeared in Wishing, Well, written by Ian McCabe.

July 2010Anna Young and Eric Fleming will be starring in Statements after an Arrest Under the Immorality Act at THE TANK in September 2010.  Directed by Nora DeVeau-Rosen.

June 2010. Colin Egglesfield is currently filming Something Borrowed with Kate Hudson and John Krasinski.  He has also appeared on Brothers & Sisters, Melrose Place and All My Children.

June 2010. Laurence Cantor is appearing as Henry Albertson, The Old Actor, in the Infinity Theatre Company‘s mini-tour of The Fantasticks, which will be playing in Lewes, DE, and Annapolis, MD.

June 2010.
Kevin Brown (a.k.a. Dotcom) won an ensemble SAG Award as a series regular for NBC’s 30 Rock.

June 2010. Sean Gallagher is directing Neil LaBute’s reasons to be pretty at Atlanta’s Pinch n’ Ouch Theatre

June 2010
James Kautz is one of the founding members of the Amoralists, which is currently producing Amerissiah, playing at Theatre 80.

May 2010. Valorie Hubbard has been a co-star on Romantically Challenged, How I Met Your Mother, Greek, and Desperate Housewives.

May 2010. Tony Glazer was awarded the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2009 L. Arnold Weissberger Award for Playwriting for his play The Substance of Bliss.

May 2010. Matthew Del Negro has recurring roles on United States of Tara, Parenthood, and Trauma.

May 2010. Claudia Shear wrote and stars in Restoration, directed by Christopher Ashley and about a woman commissioned to restore Michelangelo’s David for its 500th birthday, at New York Theatre Workshop.

May 2010. Ivette Dumeng just finished working with John Patrick Shanley in The Monkey Show for the LABrynth Theater Company. She also started her own theater company, NyLon Fusion Collective, with another T. Schreiber alum, Elliot Joseph.

May 2010. David Greenspan stars opposite Billy Crudup in Adam Rapp’s The Metal Children at the Vineyard Theater.

May 2010. Noah Mills plays Samantha Jones’ (Kim Cattrall’s) newest love interest in Sex and the City 2.

May 2010. Zal Owen is currently playing Motel, the Tailor, opposite Harvey Fierstein in the national tour of Fiddler on the Roof