Roanoke College graduate and professional actor returns to campus to teach and perform with New York theater company
Cory Lawson '08 is an actor with The New Yorkers, and he launched his own New York theater company, Ready, Set, Go Theatre. The New Yorkers performed Oct. 5 at Olin Theater.
The theater prepared John Brooks ’70 for a career as a U.S. Air Force pilot and international communicator.
A two-month-long restoration project has returned The Solar Wind, a sculpture by internationally-renowned sculptor Alice Aycock, to its gleaming, otherworldly splendor.
An English major at Roanoke, this Maroon has applied the skills she learned at the College in a variety of ways. From blogging about 31 dates in 31 days to writing for a television show, Duricka sure knows how to keeps things interesting.
The former studio arts major at Roanoke College designs and builds custom puppets for his clients from his basement workshop in Roanoke. He founded Thistledown Puppets in 2006.
“Art doesn’t have to be just an object on the wall. It can move you or amuse you, or you can have an interaction with it that will change the way you look at something,” says Cassullo.
As an artist and professor, Heil's work and teaching develops along with advancements in computer graphics.
Theatre Department Benefits From Ruhland's Creativity
The College Choir has sung for diverse audiences and with famous musicians around the world.
“I like to look at things slowly. I like for things to look hand-made,” says Shortridge.
The Kandinsky Trio has achieved a special harmony not only with each other and their music, but with the Roanoke College community.
“It was very humbling, very unsettling to be without my usual materials or usual artistic space,” says Hardwig.