On March 22, Jeremy Raley (AS ’01, EL ’11) was appointed the chief of staff for the Virginia Department of Education by Governor Glenn Younkin.
Harry Culpepper Jr. (C ’03) has been awarded with the Carl R. Blair Commitment to Arts Education Award by the Metropolitan Arts Council in Greenville, South Carolina. He was also elected the Thespians South Carolina chapter director for the International Thespian Society and Educational Theatre Association along with the chair of the Secondary Division of the Southeastern Theatre Conference. (Pictured to the left.)
On Jun. 8, 2020, John DeYoung (AS ’04) was hired to be the new senior technical writer for
Delon Hampton & Associates.
Julia Hoffmann (C ’15) and Kyle Dill (C ’17) worked together on the musical “Once” at Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach, California. (Pictured to the right.)
Tyler Clarke Lahren (C ’18) was accepted into the incoming class for the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University. Sheplans to graduate with a Master of Fine Arts in acting by 2026.
Justin Delong (C ’21) and Laura Jordan Pritchard (C ’17) have been selected for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Intern Program. (Pictured to the left.)
On March 8 and 9, Anthony Wayne (’03) returned to the Shenandoah Conservatory to teach dance masterclasses to dance and theatre majors.
On March 26, Nathaniel Gumbs (C ’09) performed at a fundraiser for the First Church of Deerfield in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Jacob Ashby (AS ’16) was named the executive director of the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown.
On Nov. 27, 2022, Marilee Clemons (AS ’12, HP ’16) gave birth to her son, James Kyle Clemons.
The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association has named Kerry Lynch (B ’13) its director of communications. She will also serve as its press secretary.
On April 1 and 2, Elysia Green Merril (C ’13) and David Merril (C ’10) co-directed “Jesus Christ Superstar” at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park, Maryland.