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David Barbour ‘79 is editor of Lighting & Sound America , a monthly trade publication covering technology in the live performing arts including Broadway, concert touring, corporate events, theatre architecture, houses of worship and much more.
Sarah Elizabeth Bedard '09 currently in the MFA acting program at Brandeis University, will play Juliet in Romeo Loves Juliet a devised version of Romeo and Juliet in February 2013, and also play Electra in a production of Orestes scheduled for April.
Caroline Blais '07 works as Assistant Reservations Coordinator for Chamber Theatre Productions Inc. in Boston. Chamber is an educational theatre company that runs multiple national tours of stage adaptations of classic pieces of literature. Since graduating, Carolyn has acted in several shows throughout Boston with 11:11 Theatre Co. and SouthCity Theatre Co.
Mary Ellen (Baxter) Breen ‘83 is a nationally certified interpreter for the deaf and regularly interprets productions at theatres such as the Providence Performing Arts Centre, Trinity Repertory Company and Perishable Theatre.
Kenny Carnes-Beaupre ‘94 is a performance poet and creator of the play Pieces of War which he has toured throughout the United States. He is currently working in collaboration with the Office of Senator Jack Reed, Brown, the VA and the Veterans Task Force of RI to use theatre as a means to generate public awareness of post-war recovery issues, and to assist with the transition of Rhode Island war veterans suffering from PTSD upon their return from Afghanistan.
Richard Brundage '81 recently played Ken Gorman in Neil Simon's Rumors at the Broward Stage Door Theatre, where success led to the role of Cap’n Andy in the theatre’s holiday production of Show Boat. He has signed to play lead roles in Noises Off, The Fantasticks, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, and a new play called The Unicycle Of Life at the Winnipesaukee Playhouse (NH) for summer 2013. This is Richard’s fifth consecutive summer with the Playhouse.
Brendan Byrnes '92 most recently played “Munkustrap” in Cats, “Bill Ray” in On Golden Pond,. He has also appeared in Nite-Club Confidential at Sierra Rep in Sacramento , CA, The Screams of Kitty Genovese at the Theatre at St.Clements as a part of The New York Musical Theatre Festival, NYC. He also has a recurring role in the HBO television pilot Say Uncle and can be seen in the Disney film Enchanted. Brendan also had the pleasure of returning to PC in the spring of 2005 to direct and choreograph Brigadoon, the inaugural production at the Angell Blackfriars Theatre in the new Smith Center for the Arts. He most recently directed Charley's Aunt at PC in 2008.
Stephanie (Kraus) Carr ‘96 works full-time as the Director of Programs and Services for Pushcart Players, an Equity Touring Theatre Company for young audiences based in Verona , New Jersey . She also acts in several of the shows, most recently playing the role of Alena in The Last, The Very Last…Butterfly.
Jesse Cardozo ‘07 works for ShowMotion, Inc, one of the foremost scene shops in the industry. In addition to constructing Broadway scenery, ShowMotion also builds themed architectural interiors as well as automated platforms. Projects ShowMotion and Jesse have worked on are Jersey Boys (Broadway, Tour, Las Vegas), Rock of Ages (Broadway, Tour), The Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan Hotel (Las Vegas), Mohegan Sun: Casino of the Wind, and many others.
Nicholas Cipriano '08 designed the lighting and stage managed a production of Dramma Sacro di Santa Giocondina, a passion play produced by the Pontelandolfo Italian-American Community in Waterbury, CT. A tour of the show through communities in New York and Canada is planned.
Vincent Clark ’74 made his professional debut in 1975 appearing at Olney Theatre in The Show-Off by George Kelly. Vincent is a member of the Acting Company of the Washington Stage Guild, a small Equity theater company in Washington DC , where he has appeared in: Major Barbara, Too True to Be Good, Heartbreak House, Man and Superman, Aristocrats The Play’s the Thing and Steve Martin’s The Underpants among many others. His most recent performances have been in Mawby Green’s and Ed Feilbert’s translation of George Feydeau’s 13 Rue de L’Amour (May/June, 2007), and the area premiere of Michael Frayn’s Democracy (July/August, 2007), both at Olney Theatre. Even though more than three decades have passed since graduating, Vincent considers the friendships made while doing theatre at PC to be among the most enriching and enduring of his life.
Elizabeth Clark '06 had this comment on her part in the CBS series Criminal MInds which aired in March 2013, " I'm not a nurse this time. While I will happily put the scrubs back on at anytime, it is nice to have a little variety. [If you saw the show, or the promo] you might recognize the girl at the computer."
Patrick Cohen ’01 is currently living and working in New York, but will be relocating to LA sometime this year. He has worked at number of regional theatres including Long Wharf Theatre in Connecticut . He has done plays Off and Off-Off Broadway, as well as several independent films and appearances on One Life to Live and All My Children. He is currently starring in a new hit web series entitled We Need Girlfriends which can be seen at: www.weneedgirlfriends.tv, or on Youtube, Myspace, or as a podcast on iTunes.
Spencer Crockett ‘04 joined the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Film at Providence College as Assistant Technical Director in 2007