Alumni-in-the-News, March ’23
Tegan Summer (‘00)
Summer’s credits are numerous having written and produced for stages in New York for over a decade. A list of some of his credits follows Lucky Numbers: The Story of the Peerless Nicholas Brothers, Amelia: A Musical Tale of Bravery & Mystery, The Dolly Sisters: Icons of the Jazz Age, Stormy Weather: The Lena Horne Musical, and Marilyn! The New Musical.
Summer is the recipient of an Ovation Award and the NAACP Image Award.
Mozart: Her Story, for which Summer wrote the book and lyrics, premieres at Carnegie Hall on March 5th and 6th. Tickets and more information are available here.
Stephanie Heitman (’06)
New York-based actress Stephanie Heitman has worked onstage with Tony-Nominated actress Xanthe Elbrick and director Ludovica Villarhauser.
Recently, Heitman can be seen in She Said, the feature film starring Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan.
Cecilia Deacon (‘11)
The Ontario native has taken to the New York stage in productions at the Lester Martin Theatre, the Mary MacArthur Theatre, and the Mannie Greenfield Theatre. Deacon has recurred in several popular series: Altered Carbon and Nancy Drew.
Currently, you can catch her in the film Why Can’t My Life Be A ROM-COM.
Georgia Sidell (‘15)
Sidell trained at both The Academy and the Guildford School of Acting. She has starred in Netflix and Amazon Prime films and has worked onstage in New York and London.
You can hear Sidell’s voice in the Netflix series Lidia Poët, released in February of this year.