Our Graduates in Theater
Carol Flint (above) is a Hollywood scriptwriter and producer. Over the last two decades, she has regularly written and produced episodes for such acclaimed and successful television shows as China Beach, L.A. Law, ER and The West Wing, all shows for which she received Emmy nominations. After sharing in ER’s Emmy win for “Outstanding Drama Series,” Flint both wrote and produced the long-running TV drama’s 1997 season premiere. The much-publicized episode was broadcast live — a TV genre thought to be extinct. More recently, she has produced and written for Royal Pains, Six Degrees and The Unit.
New College is proud of its many Theater graduates. Here's a look at what some of them are up to these days:
• Maya Lilly earned a prestigious Morris K. Udall Scholarship Award for her work combining the arts with environmental activism and received the Best of Actor’s Rep award in Los Angeles for her critically-acclaimed play, Mixed. She has also worked on the documentary Spill about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and produced the music video "Free Tibet: Now or Never", which features Brandon Boyd of Incubus and Sanaa Lathan of the movie, Love and Basketball.
• Marcus Geduld is a multimedia trainer in New York City with clients such as The New Yorker Magazine, The Discovery Channel, NBC, The Gap, Sotheby's, Avon, Citibank, The Federal Reserve and The New York Times (Theater/Drama Literature).
• Martha Graebner is a social worker (Psychology/Theatre).
• Emma Holder is the talent director for the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, a seven-day live performance festival in Austin, Texas, which showcases improv, sketch and stand-up comedy from all over the country and across the globe (British & American Literature/Theatre).
• Dylan Jones is the owner of Little Grey Hat Productions. In addition to producing, directing and editing films, he also writes plays, short stories and scripts and composes original music for films and stage musicals (British and American Literature/Theater).
• Arkady Medovoy is clinic operations administrator at Palmetto Heath Council in Atlanta (Humanities/Theater).
• Deanna Ohlandt is a professional in education, performance studies and theater practice in the Washington, D.C., area. She has taught in traditional college classrooms and in a range of nontraditional settings, including residential and day programs for youth, community adult education programs, and on outdoor experiential education courses. She has been directing for the stage since 1995 and has also worked as a dramaturg, producer, stage manager and assistant director on various productions (Philosophy/Theatre).
• Jonathan Spector is a director and playwright (Literature/Theater).
• Sara Stein is a licensed master social worker (LMSW) with experience in individual, couples, family, and group therapy (Psychology/Theatre).
• Noah Teitelbaum is executive director of academics at Manhattan Prep (Anthropology/Theater).
• Michael Wells is a software developer (Computer Science/Theater).
Sample of Graduate Schools Attended by NCF Students in Theater
• American Academy of Dramatic Arts