Life on Stage

USI Theatre grads enjoy professional success
Erica Becker

While USI’s new teaching theater won’t open until next year, the university has been sending graduates into theatrical professions for many years. Here is a short, not-in-any-way complete listing of some of the University of Southern Indiana Theatre students who have gone on to professional success (as supplied by Elliott Wasserman at USI).

Bradley Berridge: Independent sound designer. Originally from Newburgh, Indiana, Berridge graduated about 15 years ago. Since then he has worked as a sound designer and engineer for the theater program at Williams College and has designed several Northeastern productions, including work in New York City.

Jennifer Birge: Broadway stage manager, currently production manager at New York University’s public stages.

Jennifer Ahlfeld: Stage actress and designer, who has been actively working with a New York Shakespeare company.

Dan Tracy: Freelance set designer.

Erica Becker: Actress, New York City.

Anachebe Asomugha: Stage actor.

Joe Cunningham: Props designer, Actors Theatre of Louisville.

Rachel Schenk: Producer, New York City.

Brad Lock: Costume designer and professor, California State University, Fullerton.


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