* Laura Pazuchowski and Lindsey Griffith have presented a short performance "In light of" as a part of the symposium "(Re) sounding Bodies"at University of California at Davis on May 19, 2017. This 20-minute piece examined space and time through the use of lamps.
* Lindsey Griffith and Laura Pazuchowski have presented works in collaboration with the graduate students from MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) and Peabody Institute. April 9, 2017 at Walter's Museum of Art.
* Sara B. received a recognition from DC Metro Theatre Arts for her sound design work " Edith can shoot things and hit'them" at Iron Crow Theatre in Baltimore. "... reinforce the sense of time and place, as well as providing cover for smooth transitions between scenes."
* Susan Stroupe (2012) directed Submersive Theatre's site-specific theatre "H.T. Darling's Incredible Musaeum Presents: The Treasures of New Galapagos, Astonishing Aquisitions from the Perisphere". Click here for the fabulous review from Baltimore City Paper!
* Rohaizad Suaidi (2001) is back in Baltimore! He has received a recognition from DC Metro Theatre Arts for the role of Kenny he played in " Edith can shoot things and hit'them" at Iron Crow Theatre. He has appeared in Single Carrot's "Promnade: Baltimore" in June 2017.
* Monique Holt (2010) just completed translating "Hamlet" for Charles Fee of Great Lakes Theatre Festival. In February, she will be in Burgundy, France to coach and supervise the American actors signing in French and Russian Sign Languages for a "Tolstoy-based story" film. In June, 2017 She will be co-facilitate TCG: Theatre Communication Group’s 27th Annual National 3-Days Conference in Portland, OR.
* KT Peterson (2010) is developing a new musical called LIGHT & SHADOW at Theater On the Square in Indianapolis in collaboration with Tony Guerrero. She is working on her first novel, teaching Playwriting, and will be producing a new play in Fringe season called FAITH, IOWA.
* Zach Trebino's (2016) "Story of My Eye", which was originally produced at Towson Univeristy, was presented at Philly Fringe Festival in September 2016. http://fringearts.com/event/story-of-my-eye-3/
* Mara Neimanis (2006) received a 2015 Ruby award for to"Cross Over Stories", a series of three onsite aerial performance pieces designed to transform Baltimore urban spaces into innovative performance spots.http://www.baltimoreculture.org/programs/grants-and-awards/rubys-artist-project-grants/rubys-2015-performing-and-media-arts-grantees#.WCtm83c-Ihs
* Lola Pierson (2013) received a 2014 Ruby award to support “A Day by Yourself,” a collection of 12 short stories that embrace action, tone and other theatrical elements as expressed through language. The structure of the work will be cumulative rather than relying on a linear narrative, and will present a series of literary snapshots, constructing a whole that is more than the sum of its parts. http://www.baltimoreculture.org/programs/grants-awards/rubys-artist-project-grants/rubys-fall-2014-literary-and-visual-arts-grantees#.WCtozXc-Ihs
* Temple Crocker (2006) received a 2016 Ruby award for "Come Shining", a performance and installation where the stories of older adults living with dementia and memory loss are embodied and shared. http://www.baltimoreculture.org/programs/grants-and-awards/rubys/rubys-2016-media-and-performing-arts-grantees#.WAFRZdzY-7A
*Tavia La Folette received a 2017 Ruby award for Ancient Instincts, a performance that will use soundscape to evoke instinctual responses to an individualized
experience that investigates ecology, perception, and the psychology of sound.
*Naoko Maeshiba received a 2017 Baker Arsist award in the field of Performing Arts as well as 'best of Baltimore 2017 Best Transformative Artist' from Baltimore magazine for her solo piece, "Subject/Object" and an individual artist award in solo dance performance from Maryland State Arts Council.