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We had so many names that we needed another post! As we continue to celebrate Sunday's Tony Awards, congratulations to these talente...
We had so many names that we needed another post! As we continue to celebrate Sunday's Tony Awards, congratulations to these talented members of our community who presented, performed, or helped support the productions we love: 🔵 Greg Uliasz ’12 is a partner at MSA Talent Agency (and is married to fellow Theatre alum Eric Leiggi ’15!). MSA represents a range of Broadway talent, including artists in six productions that were nominated or won 2024 Tony Awards, such as “Suffs,” and “Cabaret.” Here he is with client and “Suffs” choreographer Mayte Natalio. 🔵 Assistant Theatre Professor Jesmille Darbouze-Smith, who starred in the 2023 Broadway revival of “A Doll's House,” presented the 2024 Excellence in Theatre Education Award recognizing a K-12 theatre educator. 🔵 Noah Pyzik ’19 made his Broadway debut as The Deputy in "Purlie Victorious," which had six nominations Sunday night, with star Kara Young winning her first Tony. 🔵 Robert Reed-Jones ’05, vice president and head of theater at the advertising agency AKA North America, saw several clients win this season, including “An Enemy of the People,” “Hell's Kitchen,” “Cabaret,” and “Purlie Victorious.” #theatre #nyc #tonyawards
We saw some familiar faces at Sunday night's Tony Awards! Congratulations to faculty and alums who performed, presented, took home a...
We saw some familiar faces at Sunday night’s Tony Awards! Congratulations to faculty and alums who performed, presented, took home awards, had productions that were nominated, or worked behind the scenes representing and supporting the incredible talent on Broadway! To name a few: 🔵 Assistant Theatre Professor Michael Mendez is featured in the ensemble of the Broadway musical “Water For Elephants.” The show was nominated for seven Tony Awards, with Mendez and castmates taking the stage on Sunday for an incredible performance. Watch it at the link in our bio. 🔵 What do the productions “Suffs” (which scored two trophies) and “Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club” (which took home one) have in common? Michael Duling D’Angora ’04 who served as a co-producer of both. D’Angora is pictured here with adjunct Theatre faculty member Leigh Goldenberg ’04. 🔵 Goldenberg had reason to celebrate, too: She’s the managing director of Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater, which received the 2024 Regional Theatre Tony Award. The prize recognizes a regional theatre company that has displayed a continuous level of artistic achievement contributing to the growth of theatre nationally—and is accompanied by a $25,000 grant. 🔵 The Alicia Keys musical “Hell’s Kitchen” had a big night, with 13 nominations and two wins—and Jackie Leon ’22 was there, performing and celebrating with castmates. (Watch them at the link in our bio!) Leon plays the role of Jessica—which they originated during the show’s 2023-24 Off-Broadway run—and appears in the ensemble.   🔵 Boutique talent agency The Mine—home of agents Ellery Sandhu ’01 and Eric Leiggi ’15  and talent coordinator Flynn Navin ’20—had several clients in Tony-nominated and award-winning productions, including “Suffs” and “Back To The Future: The Musical.” Phew! More to come!
?? Our friends at @becollegey brought international high school counselors to campus on June 10 as part of its Global Educator Program. C...
🌎💙 Our friends at @becollegey brought international high school counselors to campus on June 10 as part of its Global Educator Program. Check out this quick snapshot of their day! They took an art class with Art and Art History Professors Hallie Cohen and Julia Gran, watched Theatre Professor Emily Clark at work with Musical Theatre students, toured The Judy and Carson and Nugent halls, and more. Glad to have you back @becollegey!
Congratulations to the newest graduates of our college program at the Taconic Correctional Facility in Bedford Hills, New York! Six grads...
Congratulations to the newest graduates of our college program at the Taconic Correctional Facility in Bedford Hills, New York! Six grads earned their Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, and three received their Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Human Rights during Taconic’s May 30 commencement ceremony. MMC has partnered with Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison, an Ossining-based nonprofit, since 2019 to award degrees at the facility. The College has run the Bedford Hills College Program at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility since 1997. 📸: Angela James Photography / @hudson_link
The power of prison education: Last Thursday, we celebrated commencement ceremonies for our college programs at the Bedford Hills and Tac...
The power of prison education: Last Thursday, we celebrated commencement ceremonies for our college programs at the Bedford Hills and Taconic correctional facilities for women. We have lots of great photos to share, starting with these incredible moments from the Bedford Hills ceremony, where eight grads received bachelor’s degrees, 10 received associate degrees, and 11 received high school equivalency diplomas. Stay tuned for more, and congratulations, Class of 2024!
We are thrilled to announce that Marymount Manhattan College is joining @Northeastern University's global university system! This merger ...
We are thrilled to announce that Marymount Manhattan College is joining @Northeastern University’s global university system! This merger aims to combine the distinctive attributes of our two great institutions—the unique mission and creative community of MMC with the global resources and leading experiential learning model of Northeastern—creating Northeastern University – New York City and providing students with purpose-driven educational opportunities for years to come. Visit the link in our bio to learn more.
As we close out Commencement week, here are a few more pics of our new grads to take into the weekend with you. Congratulations, Class of...
As we close out Commencement week, here are a few more pics of our new grads to take into the weekend with you. Congratulations, Class of 2024!
We're still in celebration mode after yesterday's commencement ceremony. ? Congratulations, Class of 2024! We have tons of great photos t...
We’re still in celebration mode after yesterday’s commencement ceremony. 💙 Congratulations, Class of 2024! We have tons of great photos to share, so stay tuned for more visuals! 😁
Commencement 2024! We love our Musical Theatre students' rendition of America the Beautiful. ?
Commencement 2024! We love our Musical Theatre students’ rendition of America the Beautiful. 😢
We're at the United Palace getting ready to send off the Class of 2024! Congratulations, grads-to-be! You did it!   Dont forget to tag us...
We’re at the United Palace getting ready to send off the Class of 2024! Congratulations, grads-to-be! You did it! Dont forget to tag us in your posts! #GoGriffins
We celebrated seniors last night at a special reception in the Great Hall for the Class of 2024 and their family and friends. Congratulat...
We celebrated seniors last night at a special reception in the Great Hall for the Class of 2024 and their family and friends. Congratulations, seniors! We’re so proud of you. See you at Commencement tomorrow. 🎓💙 🤍
A look at today's incredible Alumni Reunion celebrating class years ending in 4 and 9. Among the day's highlights: MMC's Distinguished Al...
A look at today’s incredible Alumni Reunion celebrating class years ending in 4 and 9. Among the day’s highlights: MMC’s Distinguished Alumni Awards Ceremony, an alumni luncheon, a presentation by Interim President Peter Naccarato, and campus tours. Welcome back to 71st Street. 💙🤍 Stay tuned for photos and a full recap of the day. #MMCPROUD
  • Amber Adams '11
    Amber Adams ’11 

    “Some little girls played with Barbies. I was making dance and films since I can remember. When I was a child, dance and film were playtime for me and they have always been a part of my life.”

  • Raghib Allie-Brennan '13
    Raghib Allie-Brennan ’13 

    After majoring in International Studies during his time at Marymount Manhattan, Raghib is now making a name for himself in local politics. Advocating for the people, he is now the youngest member serving in the Connecticut State House, advancing policies that benefit the second district and all of Connecticut.

  • Amanda Webster '15 on set with actress Emma Thompson
    Amanda Webster ’15 

    From the editing studios of Nugent Hall to tea with Dame Emma Thompson, Amanda has had a whirlwind transition to a career in film and television. During her time at MMC, she interned with a producer who later recommended her for her first job on a major film.

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  • Jordan Gelber '10
    Jordan Elizabeth Gelber ’10 

    “My college experience transformed me into the person I am today. Marymount Manhattan gave me a voice and allowed me to find my own way. Being a double major and double minor, I was able to fuel my creative needs with practical business needs.”

  • Leana Jannetty '18
    Leana Jannetty ’18 

    “After graduating with degrees in Finance and Entrepreneurship with minors in Accounting, Economics, and Dance, I now work on Merrill Lynch’s Northeast Division Office Management Team. Career Services opened this door to me in the fall of my senior year by helping me earn an internship with the company.”

  • LisaDupree2018
    Lisa Dupree ’88 

    As CNBC’s Vice President of the Media Content Center, Lisa oversees a team of 25 responsible for the lifecycle management of the network’s broadcast media – from acquisition through archiving, to workflow and implementation of the network’s media asset management system and infrastructure.