The Classical Studio Class
Brandon Uranowitz was nominated for a Tony Award for his role as Adam Hochberg in An American in Paris.
Grace McLean and her band, Grace McLean and Them Apples, opened the American Songbook series at Lincoln Center this year. Grace also appeared in Michael Mayer’s off-Broadway musical, Brooklynite, and will soon reprise her role in the hit musical, Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812, at the American Repertory Theater.
Rachel Chavkin is directing Preludes at Lincoln Center and will bring her hit musical, Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812, to the American Repertory Theater later this year.
Max Jenkins stars in the NBC sitcom, The Mysteries of Laura
Jack Falahee is starring in the ABC drama, How To Get Away With Murder
Luke Marinkovich made his Broadway debut in The Bridges of Madison County
Makena Miller and Lida Darmian recently started an online comedy production company, Quirky Love Productions. Their first video was recommended by Amy Poehler on her website.
Ani Niemann’s immersive dance company, The Dance Cartel — which includes fellow Classical alums, Chinaza Uche and Stephen Arnoczy — will appear in the La MaMa Moves! Festival.
Ricardo Davlia is starting his first year in the graduate acting program at the Yale School of Drama, joining fellow Classical alums Niall Powderly and Jabari Bridport.
Paul Pontrelli is an understudy in Sam Gold’s production of Annie Baker’s play, The Flick, and will begin his first year in the graduate acting program at NYU in the fall.
Soo Min Chun is starting her first year in the graduation program at Harvard/ART.
Jessica Johnstone is executive assistant to Tina Fey.
Christina Sajous starred in the Broadway musical, Holler If Ya Hear Me.
Taylor Williams is Associate Casting Director with Jack Doulin.
Dawn Cantwell made her Broadway debut in Sting’s Broadway musical, The Last Ship.
Nik Walker made his Broadway debut in the musical, Motown.
Maya Erskine starred in the Amazon TV series, Betas.
Daliya Karnofsky solo show, And She Bakes, won Best of the Fest at the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.
Dan Sickles’s film, Mala Mala, was an official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Chelsea Davison headlined at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, has a hit YouTube comedy channel, and has participated in the NBC Late Night Writers workshop.