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Scott Krinsky

Actor and Teacher Scott Krinsky Shares Industry Insights with Theatre Majors

Scott Krinsky, Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) actor and teacher with the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, recently spoke to the acting and musical theatre majors in the Survey of the Profession class taught by Visiting Associate Professor of Theatre Martha Wollner, M.F.A., regarding the union, the Los Angeles market and […]

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Alumni Successes

Drew Elhamalawy

Elhamalawy ’21 Featured in Q&A Article by Broadway World

Drew Elhamalawy ’21 (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre) was featured in a Q&A article published by Broadway World with other “Sticks & Stones” cast members which shares responses from cast members on first stage kisses, favorite Broadway love songs, favorite musicals and more. Earlier this year, Elhamalawy and Kelsey Marshall ’24 (Bachelor of […]

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J. Robert Spencer

Spencer ’91 Performs Virtually for Homecoming 2020

The Shenandoah Alumni Association and Shenandoah Conservatory are hosting a live performance by alumnus J. Robert “Bobby” Spencer ’91 (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre) at 7 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, Oct. 15, as part of Shenandoah University’s 2020 Virtual Homecoming. Spencer is the 2009 recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from […]

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Emily Rafala TV Debut

Rafala ’17, ’18 Makes TV Debut in CW’s ‘Katy Keene’

Emily Rafala ’17, ’18 (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, Master of Science in Performing Arts Leadership & Management) made her television debut in “Katy Keene” as Trula Twyst on April 16. Her debut was in Episode 9: “Chapter Nine: Wishin’ and a Hopin’” of this “Riverdale” spinoff. Visit IMDB to view her profile […]

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