IU alumna Arian Moayed was nominated for a 2023 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance in the Broadway revival of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House.
IU alumna Ninako Donville ('20) recently made her Broadway debut in A Beautiful Noise the musical.
IU Playwriting alumna Lloyd Suh was nominated for a 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Drama for his critically acclaimed play, The Far Country.
Legendary IU alumna, Howard Ashman's classic The Little Mermaid gets starry buzzed-about Hollywood remake this June!
IU alumna Larkin Reilly ('21) recently made her Broadway debut in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's instant camp classic, Bad Cinderella the musical.
IU Dramaturgy alumna Lexi Silva has been named the inaugural dramaturgy fellow at Playmakers Repertory Company.
IU alumna Julien Ramos ('14) recently made his Broadway Debut in musical adaption of Kander & Ebb's classic New York New York.
IU alumna Emily Schultheis ('15) created the role of Anita Miller in the Broadway musical Almost Famous.
IU alumna Colin LeMoine ('18) has joined the National Touring company of Hadestown the musical.
IU alumna Dominic Pagliaro ('20) was has joined the National Touring company of Anatasia the musical.
IU alumna Andrew Brewer has joined the National Touring company of Moulin Rogue the musical.
Meghan Faddis ('16) is currently a swing in the National Touring company of Hamilton.
Kaitlyn Louise Smith ('16) has joined the National Tour of Mean Girls the musical.
IU alumna Elizabeth Stanley was nominated for 2020 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her riviting creation of the role of Mary Jane Healy in Alanis Morrisette's Jagged Little Pill.
IU alumna Sydney Chatman named one of two inaugural recipients of the Golden & Ruth Harris Commission.
Bowie Foote (B.A. 2017) is playing the role of Jeremy's voice in the Red Theatre premiere of You Are Happy!, running through December 8.
Musical Theatre B.F.A. alumna Hana Slevin recently appeared on Dead of Winter on Investigation Discovery.
Theatre and Drama Ph.D. alum Noe Montez published a new book Memory, Transitional Justice, and Theatre in Postdictatorship Argentina.
Clarissa Jacobson wrote and produced a proof of concept short film called Lunch Ladies, which has received great reviews. It has also won several horror comedy awards and premiered internationally at multiple film festivals.
Maddie Shea Baldwin was part of the cast for "Bright Star" at the Ahmanson Theatre, presented by Center Theatre Group.
Charlotte Twitchwell participated in Twisted Element’s dance theatre production of “Opus” at the Duti Studios Enmore.
Leah Boresow was featured in VoyageATL in March 2017.
Nicole Parker has found success in a variety of TV and movies roles, including MADtv, Funny People, and Disaster Movie.
The Obama Foundation named Louise Bernard as director of the Obama presidential museum.
Emma Wesslund now works as an institutional fundraising coordinator for the Shakespeare Theatre Company.