Our Graduates Are on the Move

When students graduate from Tisch Drama, they join a diverse, accomplished, collaborative community that reflects the next generation of artists and leaders in the field. Graduates go on to build successful careers across artistic disciplines—not only as actors, but also as writers, managers, designers, directors, producers, educators, and more. The department’s unique combination of rigorous studio training with comprehensive academic study ensures that students develop key transferable skills, qualifying them to excel in a myriad of professional roles.

The Tisch Drama Office of Career Development & Alumni Relations is dedicated to empowering our alumni as they transition from student life to the professional world. Whether you're a recent graduate or well into your professional journey, our office is committed to providing valuable resources, practical skills, and career development workshops to assist and enhance your professional growth.

To receive Tisch Drama Alumni resources and information about our upcoming professional and career development programming, please contact Jessica Genick. Program Manager, Career Development & Alumni Relations at tischdramaalumni@nyu.edu.


Taylor Daniels in Hamilton

Alumni Spotlight

Each month, Tisch Drama highlights alumni in various stages of their careers.

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Tisch Drama offers specialized Lab courses designed to guide students along specific career paths, equipping them with the skills and confidence needed to discover career exploration and  transition to the next stage of their professional journey. Read more about our new Lab course below:

From Storytelling to Story Selling: Live Experience Marketing

Offered during the Spring semester to third- and fourth-year students, this application based course is taught by a collaborative team of instructors at Situation, a leading NYC marketing agency revolutionizing the field of live experience marketing.  Students are introduced to various skills such as marketing campaign strategy, content creation, website design and digital media planning.  Students will also develop the following competencies: collaboration, communication, strategic thinking, problem solving and time management.  Students will have the unique opportunity to collaborate and network with the distinguished team of fourteen Situation members, each possessing profound expertise in various facets of the field.

Programs continue to be developed. Learn more.

Have questions, comments, or ideas? Don't hesitate to reach out to Jessica Genick, Program Manager of the Office of Career Development & Alumni Relations, at tischdramaalumni@nyu.edu.

Tisch graduates at NYU Commencement

More Alumni Updates

We're thrilled to celebrate alumni achievements! It's an impressive list. Can you see yourself on it?

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