Daniella Topol (A 1996) has been named the new artistic director at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in New York. Ms. Topol told the New York Times that her goals for Rattlestick include championing new, innovative plays, forging connections with theaters outside New York, and developing the theater’s educational programs. “Rattlestick can be a great place to continue to give opportunities to young diverse artists to get their hands dirty,” she said.
Sarah Pickett, Assistant Professor of Sound Design and Caden Manson, Associate Professor in the John Wells Directing Program have been named among the winners of the inaugura Fund for Research and Creativity Awards. The College of Fine Arts Fund for Research and Creativity (FRC) was established in 2015 by President Subra Suresh of Carnegie Mellon University and supplemented by the College of Fine Arts to support research and creative projects
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