News at the College of Music and Fine Arts

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 so

Ian Hoch, '06, currently works at BIG 870AM WWL Radio as a Broadcast Engineer, part time News Reporter, and Social Media Director.  

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, h

Eric John Ladwig ’98 (drama), Dallas, Texas, published book six in his fantasy series.

Gretchen Hirt ’12 (theatre/communication) was named communications coordinator for New Orleans-based public relations firm Gambel Communications.

Theatre Arts alumni David Hanks '11 is currently serving as the account executive and business manager of Palmer-Tingley LLC, & Associates and

Monica R. Harris is a professional actor and a proud New Orleanian not by birth, but at heart.

Dominic Clust, a theater arts/communications major from Metairie, joined college students from Tulane, LSU, Xavier and other schools across the are

Loyola University New Orleans Theatre Arts costume director and extraordinary assistant professor Kellie Grengs, M.F.A., is leading the final push

After a successful collaboration on “The Ascension” at a medieval dramatic festival in 2010, a performance by a student theatre cast from Loyola Un