The student, faculty, and alumni achievements and research listed below showcase the best of the College of Music and Fine Arts.

Theatre Arts/Communication alum in HBO's Big Love


Brian Treitler, '08, recently booked and filmed an episode of HBO's Big Love. Brian is in the 8th episode of the season, which will probably air sometime in March.

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Theatre Arts alum is PR/Press Development Coordinator with Cripple Creek Theatre Company and more

Monica Harris, '07, isa professional actor,a member of Cripple Creek Theatre Company where she serves as PR/Press Development Coordinator, and Assistant Business/Box Office Manager at Loyola University New Orleans.

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Theatre Arts/Communication alum working at local radio station BIG 870AM

Ian Hoch, '06, currently works at BIG 870AM WWL Radio as a Broadcast Engineer, part time News Reporter, and Social Media Director. He also has quite a dynamic acting career.

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Living a Dream...local soprano makes debut at The Metropolitan Opera this week!

Angela Mannino

Loyola University New Orleans graduate, Angela Mannino, makes her "MET" debut this Saturday, May 8 in the Berg opera, Lulu.

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Loyola Opera welcomes new director and stages production by Ravel

The Loyola University New Orleans College of Music and Fine Arts recently announced Carol Rausch as the new director of Loyola Opera Theatre.

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Loyola theatre's 'The Scene' gets nominated for Big Easy Award


“The Scene,” produced by Loyola University New Orleans’ Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, has been nominated for a Big Easy Entertainment Award in the category of Best University Production.

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Music Industry Studies chair leads successful non-profit

John Snyder is President and Founder of Artists House Foundation, an educational 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, founded in 2002 with the mission of “helping musicians and music entrepreneurs create sustainable careers.”

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Vocal performance student wins prestigious competition

David Castillo

Loyola University New Orleans student David Castillo won first prize in March 2010 in the Stewart Brady Competition for Young Artists sponsored by the Y.E.S. Foundation for the Arts of San Francisco, Calif.

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Theatre Arts alum currently managing a comedy group in New Orleans

Kristi Jacobs, '05, currently manages the comedy group Stupid Time Machine in New Orleans, LA.; Their latest show, Love in the Time of Swine Flu, has been accepted into The New York International Fringe Festival Summer 2010.

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Music alumnus working as successful band leader with Galactic

Stanton Moore

Stanton Moore, '94, is band leader for Galactic, Moore and More, and Garage a Trois. Moore was a featured artist in Modern Drummer magazine in July 2008. He is also a contributing columnist for Drum! Magazine.

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