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ASOLO REPERTORY THEATRE

Box Office: 941.351.8000 / 800.361.8388

FSU/ASOLO CONSERVATORY ALUMNI

Class of 2013

 

JESS DORNAN 

Chicago credits include: Both Your Houses (Remy Bumppo) La Bête (Trap Door) Scotland Road (Boho Theatre) SS! A Midsummer Nights Dream (CST) Spike Heels (Brown Paper Box Co.) and Making God Laugh (Fox Valley Repertory). Regional credits include: King Lear and Comedy of Errors (Door Shakespeare Festival); Two Gentlemen of Verona and Romeo and Juliet (Nebraska Shakespeare Festival); The Seafarer, The Government Inspector, and A Christmas Carol (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre); A Midsummer Nights Dream (Pioneer Memorial Theater); Glengarry Glen Ross, Clybourne Park, and You Can’t Take It With You (Asolo Repertory Theatre). Jesse has an MFA from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training.

 

 

 

JOSEPH MCGRANAGHAN

Since graduating, Joseph has kept his nose to the grindstone, coming up for air just long enough to wed the love of his life, Lily Junker, on a perfect summer day in August of 2014. As an actor, Joe has worked in New York City with Storm Theatre (Our God's Brother - New York Times review), The Workshop Theatre Company, Hudson Warehouse, and Magis Theatre (which will premier a new adaptation of Life is a Dream at La MaMa ETC in April 2016). Regionally, Joe has worked with Clarence Brown Theatre (Noises Off), Centerstage (George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life), Bucks County Playhouse (In The Dressing Room- New Voices Festival), and Lantern Theatre (Photograph 51). Next: a world premier play with Quantum Theatre in Pittsburgh. Film: The Lucky Six, Door to Door, and Innerspace. Between gigs, Joe works as a teaching artist at the McCarter Theatre. www.josephmcgranaghan.com 

 

 

 

BRITTANY PROIA

Brittany graduated from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory in 2013 and currently resides in NYC! She recently returned from spending the summer with the Nebraska Shakespeare festival performing in rep as Desdemona (OTHELLO) and Celia (AS YOU LIKE IT). This fall she looks forward to participating in a concert series singing the works of new music theatre composers at 54 Below and performing the new musical THE SHOWMAN by Ryan McGovern and Noel Carey. Brittany has performed regionally and in NYC with Frog and Peach Theatre Co, The Ozark Actors Theatre, The York Theatre Company, Peterborough Players, Nebraska Shakespeare, Toby’s Dinner Theatre and even returned to The Asolo Repertory for their production of SHOWBOAT! She is also a series regular in the webseries HOUSE OF CANNON written and directed by fellow FSU classmate Christopher Wynn. www.brittanyproia.com

 
 
 
 
 

BRENDAN REGAN

Brendan Ragan
After graduating, Brendan moved to New York City for a year, landing work at Nebraska Shakespeare, Gorilla Theatre and Stageworks. For Gorilla's An Iliad, Brendan won Theatre Tampa Bay's award for Best Solo Performance. He returned to the area as a founder and Co-Artistic Director for Sarasota's newest theatre, Urbanite Theatre, where he appeared in Reborning this summer. This season at Urbanite, Brendan will perform in Lungs, and direct The Drowning Girls. Since arriving back in Sarasota from New York, Brendan has made appearances at A Simple Theatre, HOME Resource, and the Ringling International Arts Festival. He's humbled to have so much opportunity and is constantly in awe of the tremendous, lasting relationships he made while at the conservatory. www.urbanitetheatre.com

 

 

 

LINDSAY TORNQUIST

After graduating from FSU/Asolo Conservatory in 2013, Lindsay moved to Chicago, Illinois. She was in the Jeff Award nominated The Playboy of the Western World at Raven theatre, published in Samuel French as originating the role of Ellen in Belfast Girls, and had been involved with workshops and play festivals with Victory Gardens, Artemisia Theatre, Vivarium Theatre, and Broken Nose Theatre. She has worked across the country, in Florida in the feature film The Lucky Six, South Dakota in the short film The Rabbi Died, and Maine for summer repertory at Theatre at Monmouth. She is continuing her eduction at iO, formally known as improv Olympic, learning from the top improvisers in the country. This spring she will be teaching an introduction to acting class at Cornell College.

Website: www.lindsaytornquist.com

 

 

The 2013 Class: Kelly Cambell, Jacob Cooper, Jesse Dornan, Joseph McGranaghan, Brittany Proia, Brendan Regan, Sarah Razmann (Brown), Francisco Rodriguez, Lindsay Tornquist, Erin Whitney, Zak Wilson, Christopher Wynn (Williams).