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SCCC Theatre Training Program Alumni

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Distinguished Alumni
Christine Bieselin Clark Christine Bieselin: Distinguished Alumna 2010 - Professional Stage and Film Costume Designer
"The Theatre Department at SCCC challenged me to take all of the opportunities it offered - which were many. It was there that I began to challenge myself."
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male sihouette Darren O'Hare: Distinguished Alumnus 2009 - Professional stage, film and television actor, Improv comedian

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male sihouette Michael Green: Distinguished Alumnus 2008 - Professional Designer, Scenic Artist

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Helen Toth Eileen Schellhorn: Distinguished Alumna 2007 - Professional Agent

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Helen Toth Terri Calese Morrissey: Distinguished Alumna 2006 - Actress, Business owner of acting school for children

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Charles Wittreich, Alumni Charles Townsend Wittreich, Jr.: Distinguished Alumnus 2004 - Professional Scenic Carpenter, Scenic Designer, Manager
"To be back at Suffolk
to have come full circle – is the most awsome responsibility and greatest joy of my career!"
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Scenic Designer, member USA

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male sihouette Rob Zylowski: Distinguished Alumnus 2003 - Professional Actor, Writer

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male sihouette Ian Floyd: Distinguished Alumnus 2002 - Professional Scenic Carpenter, Scenic Designer, Manager
"Suffolk was the first and best step toward fulfilling my dream of a Theatre career."
Credits/Accomplishments:
Sales Manager at Norcostco in Denver, Sales Manager at Theatrix in Denver, Guthrie Theatre Stage Carpenter

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John Anselmo John Anselmo: Distinguished Alumnus 2001 - Professional Lighting Technician
"Suffolk gave me the individual attention I needed to be successful in my field."

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New York Musical Theatre Workshop

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Jerry O'Donnell Jerry O'Donnell: Distinguished Alumnus 2000 - Professional Actor
"Suffolk gave me the strongest possible foundation to become a professional actor."

Credits/Accomplishments:
Brooklyn South, JAG, Young and the Restless, Pacific Blue, and NYPD Blue

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male sihouette Michael Sancinito: Distinguished Alumnus 1999 - Broadway Wardrobe Master

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James DeVita James DeVita: Distinguished Alumnus 1998 - Professional Actor, Playwright, Novelist
"My training at Suffolk has led me to an active and fulfilling artistic life."
Credits/Accomplishments:
Actor/Playwright

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male sihouette John Rutuello: Distinguished Alumnus 1997 - Educator, Professional Costume Designer

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Marie Danvers Marie Danvers: Distinguished Alumna 1996 - Broadway Actress
"Suffolk is still a great influence in my professional life - a great place for beginnings."
Credits/Accomplishments:
Christine in Phantom of the Opera

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male sihouette Stephen Graham: Distinguished Alumnus 1995 - Broadway Stage Hand

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Brian McDevitt Brian MacDevitt: Distinguished Alumnus 1994 - Broadway Lighting Designer
"Suffolk allowed me to explore all avenues of theatre as well as my own potential."

Credits/Accomplishments:

Love, Valour, Compassion!, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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male sihouette Gordon Rice: Distinguished Alumnus 1993 - Professional Technical Director

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male sihouette Michael McConkey: Distinguished Alumnus 1992 - Producer

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Helen Toth Helen Toth: Distinguished Alumna 1991 - Broadway Wardrobe Master

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Alumni
Nick Annunziata Nick Annunziatta - "Suffolk had the most influence in my career as a working actor – a truly undiscovered gem of a program."
Credits/Accomplishments:

Spin City, General Hospital, Days of Our Lives, LA Law, Grandma Sylvia's Funeral, Carlito's Way, and Bronx Tale

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male sihouette James Beneduce -

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Janine Campeau-Ewald Janine Campeau-Euwald - “'The great thing about theater is that even if you are not good looking, you can act like you are, and people will perceive you to be attractive.' This profound quote came from a fellow student during rehearsals for Finian’s Rainbow back in 1971. The skills I learned from professors like Wayne Pevey, Richard Johnson, David Miller, Harriet Novick, and most fondly Barbara Baird, allowed me to “act” my way into personally fulfilling if not financially rewarding opportunities over the years. Working with Ed Haines on costumes for Mother Courage though was the best reward of all, it

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Helen Toth Diane Devitt - "Congratulations on your upcoming 50th anniversary. Suffolk Community Community College Theatre gave me my love for theater and all that it encompasses. Some of my best memories are still there. Good luck!"
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SCCC:
The Impossible Years, 1967, The Boyfriend, 1968, and Androcles and the Lion

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male sihouette Carl Dumicich - "The beginning of my journey had its starting point at Suffolk County Community College."
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Iowa Western Community College Theatre Department Chair and Technical Director. Received an Associate degree at Suffolk County Community College and a BFA and MFA in Design at Brooklyn College. Has Designed sets for Brooklyn College, New York City Technical College, Multiple Outlet Productions, and the Omaha Theatre for Young People at the Rose ( the nations largest children’s theatre), where he also served as Technical Director. Continues to work with film and Tony award 

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male sihouette Mark Gill - "Suffolk gave me a push towards the right direction regarding my career, possibly more like a swift kick to the rear!"
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BFA graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts. Member of IATSE local 635. Worked for Showman Fabricators, Williams Town Theatre Festival, Baystreet Theatre and currently working as a scenic carpenter for Juilliard.

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Steve Inglima Steven Inglima - All the world's a stage"... and there's a lot of bad acting out there. But, by observing and focusing on what makes good communication (and good acting), my time at Suffolk County Community College was very well spent in honing those skills... because regardless in what field we choose to earn a living, each and every one of us will benefit significantly from effective communication. If all of us are going to be "actors" anyway, why not be conscious and effecitve at it"
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Canon USA- I am currently the administrator of the Explorers of Light program, where I contract 80 of the top photographers in the US to lecture,

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